Audified introduces the Scene family
Audified, the hardware division of Audiffex, introduced this month in Frankfurt a triple software-controllable rackable processor.
The Scene platform is based on a technology that allows hardware processors to be controlled remotely by software via Ethernet, WiFi, MIDI…
The first module, Scene Anti Feedback, uses an algorithm licensed under the OTVP company, which is dedicated to feedback cancelation in complex environments. The 19” 1U rack feature XLR input and output.
The second module, Scene Auto Mixer, offers 12 inputs and 4 outputs with feedback cancelation, de-esser, dynamic processing (multiband compressor, expander, gate) and EQ, including an 8-band parametric equalizer. The rack can automatically recognize 12 different sources and adjust level, noise and feedback cancelation ; it also offers group, aux and master channel options.
All the setting on this module can be controlled from a computer via Ethernet or USB, as a standalone software or plug-in within your DAW. You can also save on the computer the settings of each channel, the global setup and transfer them to other devices.
Last, the SceneBox is also a 19” 1U rackable unit equipped with a large front display and programable encoders. Its uses a SHARC DSP effect processor and custom algorithms developed by Audiffex/Audified. You’ll find guitar amp, cabs and effect simulations, valve circuits emulations, feedback cancelation, an 8-band parametric EQ and dynamic processors.
The SceneBox offers balanced/unbalanced stereo inputs and outputs (4 to 256 on demand), and also works as a standalone unit or integrated into your software environment as a VST and AU plug-in (multi-instance supported) via the network.
All the SCENE devices are manufactured in Czech Republic. Visit www.audified.com for more info.
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