It’s been 10 years since SADiE (Nashville) released its first digital audio editing system, the Studio Audio Disc Editor, which is where the company got its name. Today, SADiE is one of the leading manufacturers of digital audio workstations, supporting virtually every application from broadcast, CD mastering and post, to new delivery formats such as SACD and DVD-A. SADiE was also one of the first DAW manufacturers to offer 24-bit/96kHz PCM sampling for recording, editing and mastering on DVD. Another first was seen last month, when SADiE became the first manufacturer to implement the new AES31 file-exchange standard.
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