Cherry Audio is a new company formed by a small group of industry veterans from Sonic Foundry, Cakewalk, Bias, Acoustica, and Keyboard Magazine. Voltage is backed by a real company, built by programmers with decades of experience creating audio and DSP software.
Mark Bliss wrote:Its a third party plug in. Not Acoustica software.
And its a synth.
There is a specially priced offer for Mixcraft users,
(There is a relationship there as well, as Cherry sells PSP products. Also dunno what that means.)
daveiv wrote:Mark Bliss wrote:Its a third party plug in. Not Acoustica software.
Come on. Acoustica CEO, CTO and of course Mitchell are on the video wearing "Voltage Modular" shirts.
daveiv wrote:Obviously more than a synth. It can even host VST plugins.
daveiv wrote:Mark Bliss wrote:(There is a relationship there as well, as Cherry sells PSP products. Also dunno what that means.)daveiv wrote:Cherry Audio website has a marketplace for Voltage Modular modules.
daveiv wrote:I'm just curious about the future of Mixcraft.
Ian Craig wrote:PS. Ignore Joe
jlouvar wrote:I'm listening to the Podcast as I'm typing this (very cool).
EDIT: PS: Please keep Acoustica Mixcraft focused on DAW features... Not video editing.
Acoustica Dan wrote:Hi Joe,
Mixcraft actually has quite a few video editing features in it, but I promise you we'll never let Mixcraft become a video editing application the way Sonic Foundry's Vegas program did!
I hope you enjoyed the interview.
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