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Sonic Studio announced the upcoming release of SonicStudio DDP v2, a premastering application for Mac OS X.
Version 2 combines DDP open, playback and validation capabilities exclusive to SonicStudio DDP with additional features requested by hard core practitioners such as Simon Heyworth at Super Audio Mastering in Devon, UK. The upcoming version 2 adds the ability to create DDP file sets from scratch using the editing capabilities, NGC interface and SSE real time audio engine.
SonicStudio DDP focuses on comprehensively addressing the poorly understood and often overlooked task of premastering and replication. Not only are ISR Codes and PQ subcodes with Indexes supported but UPC/EAN, SCMS and digital emphasis flags are also included as part of the standard feature set from the company that created desktop mastering.
SonicStudio DDP v2 was designed with speed and simplicity in mind. You can open WAV, AIFF, BWF and SD2 files, while new editing tools, including an improved, smart version of Sonic Studio's classic Fade Tool, make quick work of compilations and versioning. In addition, Roxio's Jam image file creation joins breakpoint gain control as part of the new feature set.
SonicStudio DDP will be available through an international network of distributors and channel partners.
For more information, visit their web site at www.sonicstudio.com