Join the HC Newsletter.
Subscribe Now!
Sign In

Greater flexibility and more functionality from new Version 2.0 features.

BLACKBOX RECORDER manufacturer JoeCo has announced the release of a major new software update (Version 2.0) that offers front-of-house and broadcast engineers even greater flexibility and speed when working with the 24-channel live audio recorder. The latest update includes several features designed to streamline the efficiency of live performance capture, such as the ability to create a headphone monitor mix with level and pan on every track, and a new Name Manager for easier creation of templates and modification of track and song names. Navigation is also speedier, with additional keyboard shortcuts for transport control and numerous menu options, along with the ability to access certain non-critical menu functions while in record mode.

For film, TV and other broadcast applications, Version 2.0 offers a further range of enhancements, including support for 23.98fps time code, improvements to 9-pin support for edit controllers and support for iXML.

JoeCo's Joe Bull commented: "We are constantly looking at ways to streamline the BLACKBOX RECORDER's usability in both live performance and broadcast situations and this latest software update has been specifically developed to provide more functionality both at front of house and out in the field. Feedback from our professional users has proved invaluable in taking us to this next level and we are continuing to develop features that will open up the BLACKBOX RECORDER to other user applications in the future."

Visit product page at http://www.CapturingPerformance.com

JoeCo\_BBR.jpg

Existing BLACKBOX RECORDER users can register to download the latest update free of charge from the newly updated end user section of the website: go to http://www.joeco.co.uk and Log In. The website now also includes a visitors area that provides additional information for potential users and resellers.

No comments
Join the discussion...
Post Comment
More Cool Stuff
Expert Reviews
Overdrive based on the vintage Vox 4 and 7 series amplifiers By Phil O'Keefe &nb...
Articles
Signal processing and cool effects aren't just for electric guitars   by Cr...
x
sign in
x
contact us
*Indicates required fields
Name *
Email Address *
Issue Type *
submit
x
message
okay
please wait