Updates for Lawo's JADE and EDIT Radio Software Solutions – with d’accord Integration
The release of JADE 1.0.2 adds a number of handy new features, including ASIO direct monitoring support. This allows low-latency monitoring connections for ASIO devices, centrally managed in JADE environments. More, it adds up to four independent WDM driver instances, enabling separated audio input and output connections for applications that rely on windows audio driver interfaces. Additionally, a limited access mode now permits hiding the access to the configuration for easy and failsafe end-user operation. Finally, the VST plugin host is now part of JADE Pro. This applies also to existing licenses in field, when updating the system with the new release.
EDIT, Lawo’s audio editing software, is tailor-made for radio production, bringing optimized workflows and faster user performance. The 5.2.2 EDIT release allows seamless integration into d’accord database environments. This includes bidirectional exchange of audio files and projects, powerful metadata and marker handling, and one-click software launch from d’accord user interfaces.
Both releases are cost free and available on the Lawo website.
Lawo designs and manufactures pioneering audio and video technology for TV and radio broadcast production, post-production, as well as live performance and theatrical applications. Products include digital audio mixing consoles, routers, video processing tools, as well as IP-based video and audio transport solutions. Lawo products are developed and manufactured according to highest quality standards at the company’s headquarters in the Rhine valley town of Rastatt, Germany. Founded in 1970, the company now employs more than 200 people at 8 locations in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America.