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TC Group announces nine new products at NAMM 2014

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TC-Helicon, TC Electronic and Tannoy, all members of the TC Group family of companies, will premier nine new products at this year’s NAMM Show.

TC Group at NAMM 2014

Spanning from vocal processing and monitoring, guitar looping, studio monitoring and last but not least a book release on all aspects of vocal performance, a lot of ground is covered.

Kevin Alexander, VP of Business Management, adds “We are coming into NAMM hot off the release of a family of four Bass Combos, a new version of the game-changing PolyTune pedal tuner, mini reverb and boost pedals, and the TonePrint Editor for iPad – all since the summer. But musicians don’t stop inspiring us to spend more time in the office bashing out new gear. To have major new product and products ranges debuted at NAMM speaks to the coffee-fueled ingenuity of our musician-focused development teams.”

TC Group will be exhibiting all of the new products at booth 5932, and all NAMM attendees are invited to stop by for a demonstration, a hands-on experience and a chat with the product managers and specialists.

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TC Electronic announces Ditto Looper X2

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TC Electronic Ditto Looper X2

TC Electronic has introduced Ditto Looper X2, its new looper pedal designed for guitar players.

The original Ditto Looper rocked guitarists with a lust for looping like nothing else. Finally something that was simple, made for guitarists and sounded great.

What would possibly be better? Well, how about all of that, plus new, next level looping features forged from pure awesome?

  • Dedicated Start/Stop Button
  • Looper effects: Stop, Reverse and Half Speed
  • Loop Import/Export and Backing tracks

Ditto Looper X2 features

  • The guitarist’s looper – made by guitarists for guitarists.
  • Loop FX (Reverse and ½ speed).
  • Import/Export loops from PC/Mac.
  • Backing Track – perfect for solo practice and live performance.
  • Stereo In/Out.
  • Undo / Redo function.
  • Unlimited overdubs.
  • Audiophile approved 24-bit uncompressed high quality audio.
  • Dedicated Stop/Clear footswitch.
  • True bypass and Analog-Dry-Through.
  • 5 minutes of looping.

The Ditto Looper X2 will be available from March 1st, 2014, priced at MSRP $179.99 USD / 169 EUR.

More information: TC Electronic / Ditto Looper X2

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TC Electronic Master X3 Black Friday Sale – 50% off

TC Electronic Master X3 Black Friday Deal

TC Electronic has announced a Black Friday promotion for its Master X3 multiband compression plug-in for Pro Tools.

Master X3 is built on the legacy of our game-changing Finalizer that brought professional mastering to personal studios. Ever since, users worldwide have embraced this amazing multiband compression algorithm.

If you haven’t already added it to your mastering arsenal, now’s the time to act! Today you can get it for just $249 (regular price $499).

Master X3 TDM is a Pro Tools TDM plug-in. There are no immediate plans for an AAX upgrade.

The promotion is only available November 29th, 2013.

More information: TC Electronic / Master X3

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TC Electronic LM2 loudness meter plugin 75% off

TC Electronic LM2 Native 75% off

TC Electronic is offering a 75% discount on its LM2 native stereo loudness meter plug-in for a limited time.

That’s Right. Only $49 for the LM2 Plugin This Week!

If you produce audio for broadcast, it is absolutely essential to monitor your loudness levels. In fact, no matter what, you should always monitor your loudness levels.

The best loudness monitoring solution you can get your hands (and eyes) on is our Loudness Radar Meter – and this week you can get our LM2 native plug-in for just $49!

The LM2 plug-in is a stereo version of our Loudness Radar Meter that supports all the major native plug-in formats: AAX Native, RTAS, Audio Suite, AU and VST. To use LM2 you need an iLok 2.

The LM2 plug-in is available to purchase for $49 USD until November 24th, 2013 (regular $199 USD).

More information: TC Electronic / LM2

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TC Electronic intros Broadcast 6000

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TC Electronic has announced Broadcast 6000, a a custom-tailored version of TC Electronic’s System 6000 MKII that is optimized for production with broadcast in mind.

TC Electronic Broadcast 6000

We have tailored a special version of System 6000 MKII that is optimized for production with broadcast in mind. It comes fully equipped and gives you a wealth of pristine algorithms.

Broadcast 6000 also facilitates live program mixing, making it the ideal solution for sports, gameshows or concerts. Ultimately, during live transmission, Broadcast 6000 becomes your number one toolbox as well as your safety net.

Also, by adding more speakers you can upgrade any conventional OB van or stereo editing suite to a full-blown 5.1 studio with loudness meters and calibrated listening.

Broadcast 6000 features

  • Tailored for Broadcast
    - Equally Great for Post Production and Live Program Mixing.
  • Cover Your Bases
    - Loudness Metering, Logging & Correction, Upconversion & Downmix, Monitor Controller.
  • System 6000 MKII Platform
    - The Audio Backbone of Thousands of Film and Music Studios Around the World.

The Broadcast 6000 will be available Q4 2013.

More information: TC Electronic / Broadcast 6000

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TC Electronic announces UpCon audio upconverter

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TC Electronic has announced UpCon, a combined and uncompromising upconversion and downmix processor in a single, high-density rack unit.

It continuously monitors the channel format of the incoming audio, and if the signal falls back from true 5.1 to stereo, UpCon seamlessly cross-fades into a convincing 5.1 surround upconversion without adding any interruptions or artifacts.

TC’s UnWrap HD algorithm is the go to upconverter for film and mastering professionals. The sheer sound quality achieved during upconversion is unrivalled and can be heard in countless cinema movies and music tracks. UpCon is based on UnWrap HD and shares its ultra low latency as well as its overkill processing resolution.

TC Electronic UpCon

Loudness Transparency

Contrary to many competing products, the upconverted audio is loudness transparent. Many format converters will output a significantly different signal in terms of perceived loudness compared to the source, but this is not the case with UpCon. Broadcasters often need to stay within certain boundaries according to regulation or recommendation and by letting UpCon handle the conversion from stereo to 5.1, it is possible to stay compliant regardless of the signal’s channel format.

Automatic Input Detection, GPI or Metadata

The hardware is based on the TC Electronic DB6 platform and UpCon offers the same extended control possibilities. Ease of use is key and it can detect the incoming signal channel format automatically. In case the engineer wants more manual control, UpCon also offers extensive GPI control, or it can be set up to react to incoming metadata.

UpCon also offers the same expandability as DB6 Multi. It comes with one 3G SDI stream standard, but it can be expanded with one or two optional UpCon 3G cards for a maximum of 3 simultaneous SDI streams – the ultimate cost-effective, high-density solution.

Redundancy and Reliability

It does not matter how well a transmission unit does its job if it is not completely reliable. Being the last line of defense in a live scenario calls for ultimate redundancy and reliability. Therefore, UpCon comes with dual low-noise fans, dual fuses and dual power inlets for feeding the unit from two independent power sources. This way, broadcasters are virtually risk-free of losing signal while on air.

UpCon is by definition inserted at a very critical point of the audio signal path, and it is an ‘always on’ type of unit that needs to deliver non-stop performance year after year. Should the unlikely event happen that DB6 loses power, transmission will go on thanks to the Relay Bypass feature that passes the stream directly from input to output no matter what happens. Further, if one of the power sources should fail, notification can be given using GPIO or SNMP traps.

The UpCon will be available in Q4 2013.

More information: TC Electronic / UpCon

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TC Electronic updates LM2 & LM6 Native Plugins for ATSC A/85 Revision 2013 Compliance

TC Electronic LM6

TC Electronic has released version 1.4 of its versatile and highly acclaimed LM2 (stereo) and LM6 (multichannel) Loudness Radar Meter plugins.

With the new release, TC Electronic adds compliance with the recent 2013 revision of the ATSC A/85 broadcast standard that are mandatory for US broadcasters to adhere to.

“The new revision of the ATSC A/85 standard integrates the latest revision of the international ITU BS.1770-3 standard, which is of great importance in the efforts to make audio loudness more transparent even across national borders,” says Thomas Lund, CTO for Broadcast & Production at TC Electronic. “So it was a high priority for us to make our loudness meters compliant with this new development as we constantly work towards making audio experiences better no matter where you happen to be located.”

Apart from the ATSC A/85 2013 compliance, v. 1.4 also adds improved support for Pro Tools 11. “Measuring loudness becomes increasingly important, and every day more and more producers realize that they will benefit greatly from measuring the audio loudness of their projects,” says Thomas Valter, VP of Business Management at TC Electronic. “Therefore, it is important for us to always keep up with the latest DAW developments, making sure that we support first-movers, who port quickly to the latest incarnations of Pro Tools, Logic, Nuendo, Media Composer, etc.”

The free updates for LM2 and LM6 are now available to download.

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