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Coming Home to Windows Home Server Part 38: WHS 2011 is here!
Auralex Introduces First Entry-Level Cloth Wrapped Foam Panels to the European Market at Musikmesse 2011
Genelec Offers 6010A Bi-Amplified Active Monitor and 5040A Active Subwoofer
High Resolution Systems Introduces UDC-Touch for Touchscreen Device Control at NAB 2011
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Coming Home to Windows Home Server Part 38: WHS 2011 is here!

by Eric B. Rux
Last Tuesday, Microsoft announced that the Home Server team “signed off” and released the product to manufacturing. Can I get a WOOT WOOT?! What does this mean for us? In short, it won’t be long until we can get our hands on this release via an evaluation download. As of this writing, WHS version 1 is still prominently displayed on the download page, so clearly the marketing folks haven’t caught up yet. We should be able to download WHS 2011 in “early April”. more>>

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Auralex Introduces First Entry-Level Cloth Wrapped Foam Panels to the European Market at Musikmesse 2011

Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, will introduce yet another ground-breaking addition to its line of products at Musikmesse 2011 (Hall 5.1, Stand D43); the new SonoLite™ fabric wrapped Studiofoam®Pro panels, with a price that specifically targets those on limited budgets. The latest entry-level SonoLite fabric wrapped StudiofoamPro panels (which will be on display at the ICM booth—Auralex’s German distributor), now allow the company to expand its customer base by reaching everyday musicians who want to treat a variety of studio spaces. more>>

Product News

Genelec Offers 6010A Bi-Amplified Active Monitor and 5040A Active Subwoofer

Genelec, the world’s longstanding leader in active monitoring, is shipping its 6010A Bi-Amplified Loudspeaker System and matching 5040A Active Subwoofer in a striking new finish, dark “Mystic” black. The 6010A is Genelec’s smallest speaker system to date, measuring 7 1/8″ x 4 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ (height with Iso-Pod 7 11/16″). The system has been designed for computer sound systems, workstations, Master Control Rooms, and other close proximity listening applications requiring a low-profile monitoring solution. It can even be plugged directly into personal music players for enhanced acoustic enjoyment. more>>

High Resolution Systems Introduces UDC-Touch for Touchscreen Device Control at NAB 2011

High Resolution Systems LLC will be showcasing its new line of UDC-Touch touchscreens in the lower South Hall at NAB 2011. The company will be sharing the booth with PI Engineering. UDC-Touch is a Windows-Embedded based touchscreen solution for device control. At the heart of the system is High Resolution’s UDC (Universal Device Control) software, which communicates with the devices to be controlled; multiple 7 or 10-inch touchscreen interfaces can be located in different areas and access the centralized UDC system. more>>

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