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Euphonix Taken Over By AVID

Avid announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Euphonix, a manufacturer of large-format digital audio consoles, media controllers and peripherals.

With the acquisition, Avid says it will deliver "a broad range of audio and video control surfaces and consoles designed to meet the needs of customers ranging from the independent professional to the high-end broadcaster."  Avid plans to continue to support and sell both Euphonix control surfaces and Avid’s existing ICON solution, enabling customers to leverage existing investments in industry-leading hardware.

Avid declares it plans to further develop an open standard protocol to expand "the ecosystem of compatibility between the Euphonix control surfaces and a wide range of Avid and third-party audio and video applications," including Media Composer and Pro Tools.

For existing Euphonix customers, Avid will continue to support EuCon– the Euphonix high-speed Ethernet protocol that enables its control surfaces to interface with third-party software.

The transaction is expected to close at the end of April.

Check out AVID & Euphonix for more.
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