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iZotope Tech Licensed to Soundminer

New Soundminer HD Plus Asset Management System to include iZotope 64-bit Sample Rate Conversion Engine for world-class sound quality, speed, and efficiency

 iZotope has licensed their 64-bit Sample Rate Conversion Engine (SRC) to Soundminer for integration into their new HD Plus Asset 
Management System and is also scheduled to be added to an upcoming release of their noted V4/V4pro product. The partnership
is designed to provide Soundminer customers with sample rate conversion and improved file transfer speeds with efficient
operation for low demand on processing (CPU) power.


Soundminer is a search engine, a conversion engine, an integrated metadata management tool, a sound design tool, a DSP
processing host, a scalable product line that includes server, enterprise and web portal options, and it is designed to work directly
with production tools.


Soundminer users include sound editors, music editors, content creators, music publishers, composers, broadcasters,
audio studios, gamers, radio stations, and film and TV studios.


For more information about iZotope's technology licensing program, visit www.izotope.com/tech.
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