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SysTune 1.2 Release on May 1st

2012-04-23 14:40

SysTune 1.2 adds an interface for mobile devices

Berlin, Germany, April 23, 2012 – AFMG, German-based pro-audio software developers, release the new version of their widely recognized real-time audio analysis software SysTune on May 1st. Once again, SysTune´s new features will be setting the standard for professional pro-audio measurement tools and again, this update will be free for the large community of existing users! Beyond that, AFMG has changed prices and licensing to make SysTune even more affordable to a larger group of users. To celebrate the release, AFMG has launched a dedicated SysTune Facebook page with a special lottery in May and June.

For the past 30 years, software from AFMG´s high-profile developers has been known for its long product cycles and well thought out features and usability. True to its unique philosophy, AFMG will again deliver the upgrade to SysTune 1.2 to existing customers for free, thus providing a set of incredibly powerful new features at no charge at all.

Delay Analysis, Web-Interface and AUBION X.8 Integration

A large amount of research and work has gone into one of the new plugins called ‘Delay Analysis.’ From a set of captured individual measurements, SysTune automatically calculates optimal delay times between mains and subs or between main and delay loudspeakers, giving precise information on polarity and predicted overall system performance. “Never before has it been easier to solve the polarity question and find the correct delay time for your system!” Stefan Feistel, physicist and Managing Director of AFMG, is excited. “You can save about 70% of time on measurements by one quick calculation using our new Delay Analysis plugin.”.

Efficient use of tools has always been a key aspect of AFMG software. No marks for guessing that SysTune´s new Web-Interface will become an audio technician´s most-loved feature during soundcheck. Just about any mobile device with a modern browser can be used to remotely watch and control live measurements from anywhere within reach of your WiFi access point. Store and name overlays, start and stop measurements, etc. Now you can walk through the hall, microphone in one hand, your phone in the other and gather all necessary measurements without running back and forth to the computer. An incredible time-saver.

Released only five months ago, the AUBION X.8 has been getting a lot of recognition as the new high-end 8-channel measurement interface on the market. With the release of SysTune 1.2 this will continue to increase. Sound technicians, system integrators and loudspeaker developers will benefit from the full integration of SysTune and the AUBION X.8 that comes with the new software version. Especially the unique feature of gain compensation, which allows the user to make gain adjustments without losing calibration, will be welcomed by professionals around the globe.

SysTune Facebook Celebration

These and many more enhancements are a good reason for a party. AFMG will be celebrating the release of SysTune 1.2 on Facebook. Thilo Schuetz, Director of Marketing & Sales at AFMG invites all SysTune users and friends: “Come and visit www.facebook.com/SysTune, become a fan and enter in the big lottery being held from May 1st to June 28th. Post pictures of your best gigs, your biggest setup and the craziest artists you have kept under control with SysTune. Impress your friends and win a unique SysTune T-Shirt. In other words: Be a SysTuner!“

New Pricing and Licensing

In the past, SysTune has been sold in so-called dual licenses. Technicians have frequently inquired about the possibility to acquire only a single license at a reduced price. With the release of SysTune 1.2, AFMG complies with this wish. In the future, users needing only a single license will benefit as SysTune becomes more affordable, while existing users will retain the full number of licenses they own.

In addition to the reduced entry level prices, AFMG grants a 10% discount on any two licenses even of different programs purchased simultaneously.

SysTune 1.2, Single License 400 EUR (approx. 525 USD)
SysTune Pro 1.2, Single License 650 EUR (approx. 850 USD)
Upgrade SysTune to SysTune Pro
300 EUR (approx. 395 USD)

Prices do not include VAT. Discounts cannot be accumulated.

All software can be purchased directly through the Online Store of AFMG.

More information can be found here: SysTune.AFMG.eu

A large amount of research and work has gone into one of the new plugins called ‘Delay Analysis.’

From a set of captured individual measurements, SysTune automatically calculates optimal delay times

between mains and subs or between main and delay loudspeakers, giving precise information on

polarity and predicted overall system performance. “Never before has it been easier to solve the

polarity question and find the correct delay time for your system!” Stefan Feistel, physicist and

Managing Director of AFMG, is excited. “You can save about 70% of time on measurements by one quick

calculation using our new Delay Analysis plugin.”

Efficient use of tools has always been a key aspect of AFMG software. No marks for guessing that

SysTune´s new Web-Interface will become an audio technician´s most-loved feature during soundcheck.

Just about any mobile device with a modern browser can be used to remotely watch and control live

measurements from anywhere within reach of your WiFi access point. Store and name overlays, start

and stop measurements, etc. Now you can walk through the hall, microphone in one hand, your phone in

the other and gather all necessary measurements without running back and forth to the computer. An

incredible time-saver.

Released only five months ago, the AUBION X.8 has been getting a lot of recognition as the new

high-end 8-channel measurement interface on the market. With the release of SysTune 1.2 this will

continue to increase. Sound technicians, system integrators and loudspeaker developers will benefit

from the full integration of SysTune and the AUBION X.8 that comes with the new software version.

Especially the unique feature of gain compensation, which allows the user to make gain adjustments

without losing calibration, will be welcomed by professionals around the globe.

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