AUDIOSCIENCE DESIGNS CUSTOM CARD FOR AMERICAN MUSIC
NEWCASTLE, DE (Feburary-19, 2001). - AudioScience Inc., a specialist in digital audio peripherals for the broadcast and entertainment markets, has announced an agreement with American Music Environments (AME) Inc., in which AudioScience will develop and manufacture a custom sound card for AME's revolutionary AME-2020 audio delivery system.
The ASI4401 PCI soundcard will be based on AudioScience's 4000 series DSP audio platform, which has been used successfully in its broadcast products over the last four years. The card will offer a software selectable choice of either 6 mono streams of 16bit PCM mixed to two mono outputs or 4 streams of stereo PCM mixed to one stereo output. The card will operate under Windows 98, NT or 2000.
"We have always known AudioScience to be on the forefront technologically and they are highly respected in providing computer-based audio applications," says Tom Krikorian, President of AME. "The new custom AudioScience sound card adds a new dimension to AME's unique business music system.
The AME-2020 Digital Music and Marketing system is a patented breakthrough platform. The system permits clients in retail, food service and hospitality to strongly enhance branding and marketing strategies with sound. AME gives each location or region in a chain full custom control over the in-store and on-hold audio environment. Remote control of every location is possible from anywhere with Internet access.
AME is a dynamic, cutting-edge company that is changing the way retailers and restaurateurs do business,'' said Richard Gross, President of AudioScience. "This new relationship will bring significant added value to AME's music system while providing another opportunity for AudioScience to continue to be a leader in the development of digital audio peripherals."
About AME Inc
American Music Environments (AME) provides customized music and advertising to business environments of all kinds. AME is under the same ownership and management as Radio Programming and Management (RPM), a worldwide service providing prerecorded, customized music to broadcast conglomerates since 1970. For more information about AME, access the company's web site at www.amemusic.com.
About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets digital audio peripherals for computer-based digital audio applications. AudioScience is headquartered in New Castle, Delaware with offices in Costa Mesa, California, Rochester, New York and Christchurch, New Zealand. It is located at 42C Reads Way, Newcastle, Delaware 19720; phone +1-302-324-5333, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information the company's web site is at www.audioscience.com.