Sydney, Australia (January 3, 2007)–Fairlight has announced UK-based manufacturer Synchro Arts and Israel-based Waves Ltd. have both joined the Dream II Partner Program.
Synchro Arts has signed on as a Fairlight PLATINUM Partner. Using Dream II’s open architecture, Synchro Arts’ powerful VocAlign audio alignment software is directly integrated into the Dream II environment. “VocAlign is an incredibly useful and powerful tool,” stated Lukas Bower, general manager Strategic Partnerships, Fairlight. “We’re very pleased to have Synchro Arts on board.”
Jeff Bloom, managing director, Synchro Arts, said, “As a long-standing admirer of the Fairlight system, we’re pleased to see our software offered to assist the professionals who will be working with this new product line.”
Waves Ltd. has joined as a Fairlight GOLD Partner. “Waves has a well deserved reputation for creating superb plug-ins,” said Bower. “The addition of Waves to the Partner Program gives Fairlight users an even broader choice, and Waves is a welcome addition to the growing Fairlight Partner family.” Daniel Weizmann, Waves International Marketing representative, added, “Waves strives for compatibility with the broadest range of audio platforms for our over 90 digital sound processors.”
Select manufacturers from around the world can apply to join the DREAM II Partner Program. Partners are divided into two categories. “GOLD Partners” are able to connect their products to DREAM II via industry-standard Virtual Studio Technology (VST) or ReWire interfaces, while “PLATINUM Partners” can integrate their software more directly with DREAM II products. Companies wishing to join the DREAM II Partner Program should contact Lukas Bower, general manager, Strategic Partnerships, Fairlight.
The DREAM II Family delivers lower cost of ownership across the whole range of Fairlight systems and sets a new benchmark for HD compliant media creation systems. DREAM II features Fairlight’s tactile control and mixing surfaces including Satellite AV, StationPlus, Constellation-XT, HD DREAM Factory and Anthem powered by the new CC-1 multimedia engine.