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DigiTech, a manufacturer of guitar signal processors, and a division of Harman Music Group (HMG), announced today that Cakewalk software is now available in all the company’s GENETX products including the GNX1, GNX2 and GENESIS3. Cakewalk brings a recording element to DigiTech’s guitar processors through its PC-based Guitar Tracks 2 software. Mac users can record songs through the Cakewalk’s Metro SE software.

DigiTech’s GENETX technology allows the musician to combine characteristics of their favorite amplifiers to create new amplifiers that never existed before. Amp modeling is limited because it’s an imitation of sounds that already exist. GENETX technology breaks down amplifier models into basic building blocks and then recombines them to form totally new hybrid amplifiers called "HyperModels." A simple turn of the warp knob on a GENETX product creates an infinite array of tones and textures between any two amplifier models. The musician can then recombine HyperModels to create an infinite number of new amplifiers.

The GNX1 and GNX2 guitar processors are optimized for live sound applications. The GENESIS3 is a desktop processor designed for studio applications. All GENETX processors come with Editor/Librarian computer software (PC and MAC) for easy editing of parameters and programs. The new Cakewalk software adds the ability to easily record these powerful processors.

"We’re excited to announce Cakewalk’s software will be included with many of our GENETX products," said Rob Urry, president of Harman Music Group. "GENETX is a step beyond modeling and the added benefits of the Cakewalk software give musicians even more tools to control, create and record."

Musicians who purchased GeNetX products without Cakewalk software can contact DigiTech through the Web site or send the buyer’s card to DigiTech to request the software.

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