Endless Analog Signs with TransAudio Group

Las Vegas (June 25, 2009)--Endless Analog readies for the initial shipping next month of its inaugural product CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor), they announce it has signed an agreement for exclusive representation in worldwide sales with TransAudio Group.
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Las Vegas (June 25, 2009)--Endless Analog readies for the initial shipping next month of its inaugural product CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor), they announce it has signed an agreement for exclusive representation in worldwide sales with TransAudio Group.

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Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group is anxious for the release of CLASP: "I am thrilled to be working with Endless Analog. The CLASP product is remarkable because it enables you to record with analog tape through your workstation without time code or sacrifices of workflow speed."

CLASP inventor and Endless Analog president Chris Estes says, "We are excited to be working with TransAudio Group. They understand how special this product is. CLASP technology solves the long-standing problem of how to get analog sound from a digital workstation. After years of development, we are ready to ship."

Endless Analog's CLASP reportedly allows users to achieve the warm and expressive sound of real analog tape instantly while storing audio inside a workstation, enabling punch in's and all necessary editing functions workstation users require.

Endless Analog
www.endlessanalog.com

TransAudio Group
www.transaudiogroup.com