NOA Audio speeds up audio archiving process

NOA Record 4 digitises audio 33% more quickly than previous version.
NOA Record 4 can process four parallel streams, which speeds up the archiving process.
NOA Record 4 can process four parallel streams, which speeds up the archiving process.

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NOA Audio Solutions has boosted the speed at which its products can migrate audio content from analogue to digital storage.

NOA Record 4, part of its IngestLine product range, can now process four parallel streams, allowing it to digitise 3.6 hours of sound per hour, compared with 2.7 hours previously.

“NOA’s MediaLector and CD Lector products already meet the mass migration needs of customers with large archives stored on DAT and CD. Now, we add higher throughput to the record system to suit customers whose analogue audio archive material is currently carried on cassette, vinyl, open reel tape and 78s,” said Jean-Christophe Kummer, NOA managing partner.

NOA Record works with NOA’s mediARC and JobDatabase workflow systems, which together form a solution for digitisation and archive management.

NOA Record consists of software, the N6071 Workstation and N6000A hardware and replayer communication modules.

NOA will demonstrate NOA Record 4 on stand 8 D91 at IBC 2010.

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