Prism Sound, manufacturer of the SADiE product range of high-end DAWs, has announced a major addition to its new SADiE 6release. In a deal just announced with iZotope, all SADiE 6 systems will include an expanded audio effect feature set powered by iZotope technology. These features will include:
- Chorus & Flanger
- Analogue Delay
- Parametric EQ
- Single-Band Compressor
- Multiband Compressor
- Simple Mastering (including EQ, reverb, exciter, widener, loudness maximize)
These nine VST plug-ins make use of SADiE 6′s extended VST capabilities and are in addition to the existing on-board EQ’s, dynamics, aux sends, M/S decoder, width control, Graphic EQ and Mastering Limiter. All SADiE 6 systems also come with SADiE’s own Hi-dither tools and the Sound Suite and Mastering Suite packages including Prism Sound’s long-established “Super Noise Shaping” wordlength reduction tools, as used, for example, on the Beatles “1″ collection mastered at Abbey Road.
Peter Nash, SADiE 6 specialist at Prism Sound, comments: “The deal with iZotope brings a well respected range of creative tools to SADiE 6, which will prove invaluable to creative radio production professionals and post production specialists alike. We have worked closely with iZotope to choose precisely the right combination of functionality to allow creativity to be maximised in what is already regarded as the most professional and serious of DAWs used by broadcasters the world over.”
Alex Westner, iZotope’s Business Development Manager adds: “With such a well respected and experienced workflow-orientated editing system as SADiE, we feel we can add to the product’s creative value with a variety of our audio technologies, while introducing the iZotope brand to a new set of customers in the broadcast market. In addition, this set of VSTs are tailored for SADiE, fitting into their new graphic look and creative workflow.”
Radio New Zealand is the first international broadcaster to take delivery of SADiE 6, with others following soon after as Prism Sound/SADiE fulfils the hundreds of pre-release orders that were taken during the beta-test project stage.