Recording and Studio
Source-Connect 3.1 for trouble-free remote professional IP recording
|Source Elements LLC announces a major feature update to its ultimate solution for perfect quality, low latency, IP based, real-time collaborative recording for the sound industry audio connecting remotely via IP. The introduction of Source-Connect 3.0 with Auto-Restore and Auto-Replace overcame every quality issue that IP streaming can encounter, while simultaneously delivering superior audio quality compared to ISDN. The 3.1 update makes the entire process easier and even more reliable. Included with this update is Source-Connect Standard for Audio Units and VST, all fully compatible with the Pro Tools product line.
Source-Connect 3.1's Auto-Restore feature operates in the background using the Q-Manager application. The Q-Manager automatically identifies dropped dropouts packets, recalls them from the remote system and restores them into the original audio file without ever leaving the timeline: quickly and automatically. Source-Connect 3.1 brings general network improvements and adds features including optional FTP mode for PCM Replace, a cleaner user interface with better user feedback, the ability to export an entire session to a sound file for even more levels of backup, an faster easier method of managing the Q data, and Auto-Restore and Auto-Replace features are now active with VPN mode.
Going one step further, Source-Connect 3.1's Auto-Replace feature calls for the remotely recorded, uncompressed audio file and then locally replaces the AAC file with the full resolution PCM counterpart; not just on the hard drive but also within the timeline. No longer does the Recording Engineer have to deal with FTP downloads or have to re-edit the uncompressed file into an already edited timeline.
John Binder, co-founder of Source-Elements states "With our extensive experience with remote connections of all types (including ISDN and IP) we realized that no public network is capable of 100% delivery of real-time, latency sensitive data. We needed to provide a solution for our customers so they could rely on the connections they were using and allow them to focus on the project at hand - not technical issues." Source elements Co-founder Robert Marshall adds "Making affordable, world wide, high quality, real-time synchronized audio connections was possibly the first major revolution in remote audio collaboration. Making the process of reliably and simply recording and running a session in real time from a remote location and having fully uncompressed PCM audio seamlessly integrated into the workflow a reality is a second revolution that will push all types of remote audio collaboration to new levels."
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