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stuff that didn't or barely reached the market
|DSP||32 bit sampling/recording in a 3200/6400 package.
Does everything a ProTools can do. Except it sounds good!!
|D.E.S.C.||A giant "remote control" for the Direct to Disk. It attaches to an RS422 port. It was essentially a bunch of buttons arranged in a similar manner as a 24 Track machine's remote. One million dollars was spent to make it not happen. Two? are in existence.|
|Fostex Foundation||N.E.D.'s answer to Sonic Solutions and ProTools. However, no one in upper management took it seriously. When the company died, Fostex took over. To read more, click here.|
|Digital Signal Processor||A nifty device that worked with the DSP70 card to provide EQ and mixing functions with "snap shot" memories. Two in existence. One is being used by Alan Howarth.|
|EditView 4.0||The vapor-ware version that showed audio as waveforms!|
|Open Developer Environment||An idea by S.O.C. to have the Synclavier environment control any audio equipment on any desktop platform.|
|Synclavier Guitar||I don't care who currently uses it, who did own it, etc. It has the WORST tracking of any synth-guitar I have ever used. There are certain frets, open strings, picking methods that just CANNOT be used. Most solo guitar music has to be COMPLETELY arranged around the deficiencies. What a shame!|