Las Vegas, NV (April 22, 2005)–Creative Network Design has announced the release of NetMix Pro 3.2 for Pro Tools 6.9 XP. An upgraded version of the NetMix Pro Sound Library Management software, NetMix Pro 3.2 enables Digidesign Pro Tools editors, on either Mac or PC, to search for sound effects and production music quickly, and to transfer sounds and spot them into the Pro Tools timeline with the click of a button.
Developed in conjunction with Academy Award-winning music and sound supervisors, the cross-platform NetMix Pro 3.2 enables users to rapidly search, audition, track and manage audio files with ease. The NetMix Pro-Pro Tools integration is the only editing solution that enables the creation of company-wide metadata structures, for greater interoperability and security.
With NetMix Pro 3.2, users can preview complex sounds or music edits before importing the audio directly into Pro Tools, providing increased production efficiency and creativity. NetMix Pro offers bin-to-bin transfer capability with lightning-fast Boolean search and spot to Pro Tools timeline functions.
Users can pre-stage a complex sound or music edit in sync to picture using volume, pan, mute, solo-in-place, multitrack-scrubbing, waveform editing and timecode display. NetMix Pro automatically converts and spots the audio to specific timecodes onto Pro Tools tracks, maintaining all previously made edits.
NetMix Metabase Server is a multi-SQL database that enables workstations to gain simultaneous access to large central libraries of sound effects and production music, for example, over a LAN or the internet. Using MediaLock, the NetMix Metabase Server can protect media assets against uncontrolled copying through central and secure logging of all transfers.
Users can add unlimited database fields, unlimited metadata fields, and NetMix automatically updates embedded metadata when new fields are added to the Metabase Server. With playback up to 24 bit and 192kHz, NetMix Pro can be scaled up to 100 users with a customizable server database.
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