iZ RADAR studio Runs DAWs Natively

iZ Technology Corporation has announced that it will debut RADAR studio, which runs DAW software natively and will ship with Pro Tools and Harrison Mixbus, at the NAMM Show.
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New Westminster, BC, Canada (January 16, 2015)—iZ Technology Corporation has announced that it will debut RADAR studio, which runs DAW software natively and will ship with Pro Tools and Harrison Mixbus, at the NAMM Show.

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"Recording is a daunting task. Music producers must research and choose computers, software, audio and sync interfaces, hard drives, and unwieldy digital interface cabling and integrate them all into their studio," says Barry Henderson, president of iZ Technology Corporation. "RADAR studio is a turnkey solution that makes recording as easy as turning on the power and hitting the record button. The best hardware and your favorite software now seamlessly work together in one box to deliver the highest sound quality. Easy."

RADAR studio (patent pending) reportedly offers near-zero jitter, a pristine signal path and the latest converter technology. Running Pro Tools, it enables users to track, mix and automate, using all of the plug-ins and features of the native DAW software. The unit is customizable, offering configurable I/O, drive bays, external media, DSP cards and peripherals. RADAR studio comes with 10 years of free customer support.

During the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, beginning January 22, iZ Technology will present the following appearances and Q&A sessions:

Alex Krispin (engineer for Daniel Lanois) - Thursday, 1/22 at 11am & 2pm.
Nick Peck (head editor, Disney Worldwide Publishing) - Friday, 1/23 at 11am & 2pm.
Tony Shepperd (engineer/mixer/producer) - Saturday, 1/24 at 11am & 2pm.

iZ Technology
www.izcorp.com