NEW BERN, N.C.�Wheatstone is bringing in the big guns to help promote its new version of the VoxPro 7 recorder/editor at the 2017 NAB Show, announcing iHeartMedia and CBS Radio personality Kaden will be on hand to demonstrate the product for attendees.
VoxPro is a recorder/editor/playback system designed for live radio. It consists of software and a USB hardware control panel for recording and editing without a mouse. The control panel also features a scrub wheel for editing of voice, sound effects and music clips on two tracks.
New for the VoxPro 7 model is the ClipCleaner, a signal processing toolset that includes spectral display, parametric EQ, de-esser, compressor, expander, limiter and noise gate for processing channels independently or jointly. FX Marcos are also among the VoxPro 7�s new features, enabling the creation of one-button macros for frequently used effects and editing operations. In addition, the new version features a QuikSearch box on-screen along with the ability to color-code files and hotkeys.
Other new features include support for importing 24-bit files; a GapBuster feature to automatically detect the noise floor; and the use of a hardware-based graphics library. The system supports WheatNet-IP audio networking� and has the ability to import and export MP3, MP2, WAV, AIFF and WMA files.
Wheatstone will release the VoxPro 7 system in June. It will be on display at Wheatstone�s booth, N6531, during the 2017 NAB Show, with the Kaden demonstration taking place April 24 and 25 from 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and 11 a.m. on April 26.