Joleton, TN (September 21, 2005)–iZ Technology has released its Version 3.37 Software, now available for free download. New features include expanded File Flatten functions, Export and Flattened File naming options and Mute I/O on Stop preference. Visit iZ Technology’s Booth (#845) at the AES Convention in NYC, October 7-10 to see the latest developments in the RADAR lineup. RADAR has been the recording platform of choice for some big touring artists recently, including the Rolling Stones and The White Stripes.
(L-R) Paul Special, RPR Systems Engineer, Kooster McAllister, RPR Owner and Chief Engineer, and Ed Cherney, ProducerThe Rolling Stones launched their current world tour Aug 21st at Fenway Park with Record Plant Remote providing live audio recording services. Four RADARLinked RADAR 24s captured 96 tracks of audio in the renowned audio truck. Additional equipment was provided by Dreamhire USA and Mercenary Audio.
(L-R) Jeff Nichols, iZ Support Manager, NJ McDonnell, iZ Support Staff, Dale Anaka, iZ Dealer Manager and Matthew Kettle, The White Stripes FOH and Recording EngineerRADAR 24 and RADAR V have also become the recording workhorses or The White Stripes, now with over 150 shows tracked, including 2004’s Live Under Blackpool Lights DVD.
Matthew Kettle, FOH and recording engineer for The White Stripes, cited RADAR’s ease of use and reliability as the main reasons to trust the platform. “With no set lists and more instruments on the current tour, there is a lot to keep track of at front of house,” said Kettle. “RADAR is perfect because it’s so simple to use and reliable…. I hit record at the beginning of a show and get back to my mixing duties.”