Daly City, CA (October 4, 2005)–Digidesign has introduced the Control & Expand Promotion, enabling music and post production professionals to gain hands-on control of projects while quickly expanding the capabilities of their Digidesign Pro Tools|HD system. Now through December 20, 2005, customers will receive a free Pro Tools|HD peripheral (valued at up to $2,495) with the purchase of a Control|24 control surface or an 8- or 24-fader ICON D-Command worksurface.
The following two options are now available as part of the Control & Expand Promotion:
With the purchase of a Control|24 control surface, customers will receive a free 192 AD Expansion Card ($1,295 value). The card provides eight additional channels of high-definition analog input for the high-definition 192 I/O audio interface.
With the purchase of either an 8- or 24-fader ICON D-Command medium-format worksurface, customers will receive either a free PRE ($2,495 value) or 192 Digital I/O ($2,495 value). PRE features eight discrete, matched-transistor, hybrid mic-preamp circuits that deliver a transparent signal path. 192 Digital I/O offers up to 16 high-definition digital channels of AES/EBU, TDIF, and ADAT I/O, along with S/PDIF I/O.
This promotion ends December 20, 2005.
In other Digidesign news, the company will be exhibiting at the NYC AES Convention, which kicks off this coming Friday, October 7, at the Javits Center. This year at AES, Digidesign will introduce Pro Tools 7 software, as well as showcase the ICON D-Control and D-Command integrated console systems for music and post production, the VENUE live sound environment with the new Drawmer TourBuss plug-in suite, the all-new Mbox 2 audio/MIDI production system. Digidesign will also introduce its new Pro Tools plug-ins including the Neyrinck SoundCode for Dolby Digital plug-in suite and the Dynamics III DigiRack plug-in.
Digidesign is proud to once again be working with technology sponsors Dell and Intel to showcase the power of the Dell Precision 670 Workstation powered by Intel Xeon processors and Dell Precision 380 Workstation powered by Dual Core Intel Pentium processors. Additionally, attendees will have a chance to enter-to-win an Mbox 2 and Dell Precision 380 workstation featuring Dual Core Intel Pentium processors and 3D OpenGL graphics.