AudioLink Will Allow Users to
Seamlessly Record and Label Multiple CDs From Within Audio Editing
NEW YORK, 107th AES Convention,
Booth #480, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Rimage Corporation announced
today a new software accessory that allows popular audio editing
programs to communicate more easily with the company's
CD-Recordable (CD-R) publishing and duplicating systems. With the
new AudioLink accessory, users of audio editing programs from
SEK'D and other vendors will be able to connect directly to Rimage
CD-R systems, allowing them to seamlessly record and label
multiple CDs from within the editing software. Rimage is
demonstrating AudioLink at the 107th AES Convention in booth #480.
"Today, recording multiple CD
copies from within audio editing programs can be complicated and
time consuming," said Rob Walker, owner of CD-Lab, a CD production
house and audio mastering studio in Phoenix. "Rimage's new
AudioLink accessory streamlines this process, making it possible
to record and label multiple CDs automatically from within audio
editing software -- without ever exiting the editing program or
having it sit idle while the CDs are recorded. All of this
increases ease-of-use while offering end-users significant time
and cost savings."
Using AudioLink, a sound engineer
can finish editing a project, send it to an automated Rimage CD-R
system, and return immediately to another editing task while the
CDs are recorded and labeled. AudioLink also allows a user to
master a recording on a hard drive and send it directly to a CD-R
system, eliminating intermediate steps between mastering and
replication such as transferring tracks to DAT or assembling
tracks to a single CD for use as a duplicating master.
The AudioLink accessory announced
today is compatible with audio editing software from SEK'D, and
will be bundled with SEK'D's Samplitude 24/96, Samplitude Studio
and Red Roaster products. AudioLink is also compatible with audio
editing software from other vendors.
"We believe AudioLink will
significantly simplify the CD replication and labeling process for
users of audio editing software," said David Suden, chief
technology officer of Rimage. "We're also very pleased to be
working with SEK'D on the initial release of AudioLink. They have
powerful audio editing software, which we're happy to make even
more powerful with the addition of AudioLink."
SEK'D, (Studio fur elektronische
Klangerzeugung der Universitat Dresden) is an industry leading
software and hardware development, sales and marketing company
with offices in Dresden, Vertrieb Germany and Santa Rosa, Calif.
USA. The creators of the high-resolution digital Audio workstation
software Samplitude, Samplitude 2496 and Red Roaster, SEKD is also
proud to have developed and marketed the first commercially
available complete 24-Bit 96kHz Hardware/Software solution in the
world. SEK'D America's VP of Sales and Marketing, Michael Seltzer
states "SEK'D is delighted to partner with an outstanding company
like Rimage to bring the AudioLink software to the thousands of
SEK'D systems in place worldwide."
Minnesota-based Rimage Corporation
has been in business since 1978 and has operations in the United
States, Europe and Asia. The company's major products include
digital publishing and duplication systems for CD-R media serving
many diverse markets, including government, finance, health care,
software manufacturing and entertainment.
SOURCE: Rimage Corporation