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Microsoft, Euphonix Join Forces

Microsoft Corp. and Euphonix announced an agreement that allows Euphonix to manufacture, sell and support the HDCD Model Two Processor, a high-resolution 10/02/2001 8:00 AM Eastern

Microsoft Corp. and Euphonix announced an agreement that allows Euphonix to manufacture, sell and support the HDCD Model Two Processor, a high-resolution A/D converter designed for DVD and CD mastering.

The two companies will work together on marketing efforts to continue the adoption of HDCD (high-definition-compatible digital) technology by top recording artists, producers and engineers.

The Model Two Processor encodes audio in HDCD format, thereby improving sound playback in standard consumer devices and players with HDCD decoding.

"The Model Two fits into our philosophy of offering the absolute highest quality audio equipment," said Dave Hansen, VP of product marketing for Euphonix. "With the addition of the Model Two, we now offer a powerful end-to-end audio solution for professional recording, mixing and mastering."

For more, visit Euphonix online at www.euphonix.com.