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TC Electronic has announced the release of the version 2.0 software for their flagship EQ Station and MotoFader64 equalization system.
"We have been compiling comments and suggestions from EQ Station users for the past year," said Michael Munch, PA Product Manager for TC Electronic. "Version 2.0 is the result of this customer feedback and we are quite pleased to be releasing this free software upgrade just in time to meet the upcoming summer touring season. Everyone who has tested the beta version, has reported great results from the improved fader latency and expanded security functions."
Featured in this version are improved fader latency, 0 dB detent on the MotoFader64, MIDI implementation and new security lock-out features. Copy/paste and store/recall functions on EQS and MotoFader64 have also received an upgraded feature set.
Version 2.0 is available as a free download from www.tcelectronic.com/eqstation
For more information, visit their web site at www.tcelectronic.com