PowerFX AudioLocker Tuscaloosa AL
Kincaid Tv-Stereo Inc.
620 15Th Street
1811 Hargrove Road E
Radio Active, Inc.
3147 Pelham Pkwy
5850B UNIVERSITY DR NW
ODEON/The Systems Group
2805 6th Avenue South
Audio / Video, Environmental Controls, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Multi-Room Audio
Pioneer, Peerless, Denon, Escient, Boston Acoustics, Harman Kardon, JVC, Middle Atlantic, Proficient, Russound, Sanus.
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- John Turner, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II
Kincaid TV-Stereo, Inc.
620 Parkview Center
Look & Listen
3656 G Hwy 90
Lighting & Lamp
516 S. 32nd Street
Birmingham Home Theater
3795 Ross Park Drive
Audio / Video, Furnishings, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control
One or more employees at this company have achieved CEDIA Professional Certification status:- Justin Hardy, CEDIA Certified Professional EST II
2431 COBBS FORD RD
PowerFX, developer of Soundation Studio, has announced the release of AudioLocker . AudioLocker is a desktop application that allows you to store your files in your own account on the "Soundation cloud" and import your own sounds into Soundation Studio.
AudioLocker is a simple drag-and-drop program, easily allowing uploads, downloads, delete, folder creation and integration all within Soundation Studio. AudioLocker also receives and stores any purchases made from the Soundation Sound Shop, so those sounds are always available and always backed up.
Currently there are 3 versions of AudioLocker:
Intro, a 100MB account ($19 a year)
Basic 2 GB account ($49 a year/ 4.99 a month)
Power User 5 GB account ($99 a year/9.99 a month) which includes 20 sound sets (over 400 additional loops) preloaded in your AudioLocker
High-quality sample titles and sound sets from PowerFX are being added regularly to the Soundation Shop. AudioLocker offers great sound selection, integration and backup - the next step in sound ware distribution.
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