TranzPort is easy to set up and use. Right out of the box, it’s compatible with popular DAW software such as Pro Tools, Sonar, Logic, Cubase, Digital Performer and others. You can arm tracks, use transport controls, set markers, control pans, punch in/out, start loops, and more from TranzPort’s simple and intuitive interface. TranzPort is a bi-directional controller, so it also provides feedback to you on signal levels, timecode position, track names and more, via a backlit LCD display and LED indicators.
Music technology users who would like the chance to win a Tranzport from Frontier Design Group can sign-up at the DigiFreq web site: http://www.digifreq.com/digifreq/contest.asp
The only information users need to provide is their e-mail address, which will be kept completely confidential. The following rules apply: One entry per person. Must be 13 years or older. No geographical restrictions.
The Tranzport giveaway contest will run until August 31, 2006. The winner will be chosen shortly thereafter, and notified via e-mail. The winner will be announced in the September issue of the DigiFreq newsletter.
About Frontier Design Group
Frontier Design Group (www.frontierdesign.com) is committed to keeping theireyes on the new frontiers of audio equipment design. Always able to find the right solutions for the needs of audio enthusiasts and professionals alike, new Frontier tools will continue to push the boundaries of our creative imaginations.
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