Special WaveLab Edition for Yellowtec Recording Products
Announced at NAB, new Yellowtec WaveLab Bundles comprise the WaveLab Yellowtec Edition along with the Yellowtec iXm Recording Microphone or PUC2 Mic LEA Audio Interface to provide a comprehensive solution for journalists to record and edit audio
Steinberg is providing a bespoke version of WaveLab that is being bundled with the Yellowtec iXm Recording Microphone as well as with PUC2 Mic LEA Audio Interface. Both Yellowtec WaveLab Bundles offer an all-round audio recording and editing package tailored to the needs of journalists today.
The electronic press kit is available at: www.steinberg.net/...
The Yellowtec WaveLab Bundles offer a production environment designed to optimize journalistic workflows. iXm and PUC2 Mic LEA supply automatically leveled recordings while the WaveLab Yellowtec Edition production software delivers enhanced tools for superb editing results.
WaveLab is the go-to audio mastering software for many engineers the world over. Constantly pushing back the boundaries of what is possible, WaveLab includes professional editing and analysis tools and metadata management. The WaveLab Yellowtec Edition provides an easy-to-use interface, with a dedicated Yellowtec feature ribbon that provides quick access to all essential functions.
The first bundle comes with the iXm Recording Microphone that captures best-quality interviews with perfect audio levels right on location. Its interchangeable microphone heads offer different characteristics within one microphone that pertain to specific conditions.
The second bundle includes the PUC2 Mic LEA, a two-channel interface with USB connectivity and headphone/loudspeaker monitoring.
Both the iXM and PUC2 come with onboard LEA DSP Engine for audio processing and level automation.
Senior Marketing Manager Timo Wildenhain commented: “Partnering up with Yellowtec is a perfect match. Yellowtec’s microphones and audio interfaces, combined with a WaveLab version especially designed for journalists to deliver interviews and recordings with ease and at highest standards, enables an industry-new workflow experience.”
“The WaveLab Yellowtec Edition perfectly complements our iXm’s and PUC2 Mic LEA’s abilities. Taking advantage of the bundle, the user not only enjoys the benefits of optimally leveled recordings, but also the editing options given by the most professional editor on the market,” said Yellowtec’s Sales Director Andy Mikutta.
Refer to www.yellowtec.com/... for information on the Yellowtec WaveLab Bundle. For more details on WaveLab, visit www.steinberg.net/wavelab.
Availability and pricing
The Yellowtec WaveLab Bundles will be available from Yellowtec as of now. The suggested retail price is 1,095 euros for the iXm WaveLab Bundle and 854 euros for the PUC2 Mic LEA WaveLab Bundle, excluding German VAT.
About Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
Steinberg is known the world over for its music and audio software and hardware solutions. The company has been developing, manufacturing and selling innovative products for musicians and producers in the music, film, post production and multimedia industries since 1984. Steinberg products are used by Grammy and Oscar award-winning composers, engineers and producers. The company also offers business customers license-management and copy-protection systems.
Visit www.steinberg.net for further details.
YELLOWTEC (Thum + Mahr GmbH)
Manufacturing intuitive solutions for broadcast and industrial applications, Yellowtec sets new standards in terms of technology, usability and esthetics. Known as an award-winning innovator, the company transforms complexity into usability. Due to decades of experience in top-end system integration and intimate knowledge of the broadcast media industry and its needs, Yellowtec's designers and engineers are able to follow a unique approach at every stage of product development, from initial concept to product delivery.
Visit www.yellowtec.com for more information.
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