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Fishman is shipping its new Aura Sixteen Acoustic Imaging Pedal and Aura Image Gallery III for Mac and PC.

The Aura Sixteen features an open architecture for loading up to 16 images via USB from the included Aura Image Gallery.

The Aura Sixteen ships with 16 pre-loaded images, allowing acoustic musicians to reproduce the sound of their instrument as miked in a studio.

Now available for Mac and PC, Aura Image Gallery III software provides over 800 free images of actual recorded instruments.

Users can sort and search by make/model, body style or even wood type. By connecting a compatible Aura product, users can download and store sets of images to take with them on stage or in the studio.

The newly released Mac version is compatible with a PC running Microsoft Windows XP or higher or a Mac with an Intel processor running OSX 10.5.x or higher.

Users may also download the software for free at www.fishman.com.
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