What started as a PC control package for the XTA DP100 Delay Processor in 1996 has grown into a true audio management system. “We had no idea just how far AudioCore would go,” exclaims XTA’s Andrew Grayland. “Ten years on, AudioCore is almost unrecognizable. In hindsight, it was a fairly simple package, designed to access the three bands of parametric EQ in the DP100, via a remote computer,” continues Grayland. “As we added features to the units, DP200 then DP202, we added in the requests ...
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