(Paris, France--August 18, 2016) Aaton Digital will present the complete CantarX3 digital sound recorder package at IBC 2016, including the new Cantarem2. The CantarX3 is now widely recognised by the sound community as the ultimate digital 24 track location sound recorder.
Aaton-Digital’s CantarX3 Full Package
The CantarX3, packed with an impressive array of professional and innovative features, has already made a huge impact on the sound recording sector for cinematography, broadcast, drama, and orchestral work. Many early adopters were users of previous CantarX recorders, but the wider market is now recognising the true potential of this outstanding design, a flexible tool for those who need to record professional audio for years to come.
Many new owners have taken to extolling the many virtues of their new state of the art recorder on social media, and interacting with designers and engineers at Aaton Digital, who are always there for the users to discuss points arising. With such optimised ergonomics and a bright and comprehensive display, the CantarX3 is extremely robust and can go on working in extreme conditions of heat and cold, recently being used on location high on Mount Everest.
The CantarX3, amongst other unique features, can self-generate PDF and CSV Sound Reports, with ALE files embedded within deliverable media. New firmware and software updates are issued from time to time bringing new features, some from the design team and some via feedback and requests from users in the field.
The Cantarem2 is a USB quick add-on extension mixer panel to extend the control capabilities of the CantarX3. With 12 full travel 100mm linear faders, 12 solo buttons, 2 shift buttons and 4 assignable buttons it offers the production sound mixer many options.
The Cantarem2 add-on mixer panel for the CantarX3
New CantarX3 accessories continue to appear to enhance operation for users. New Low and High Pot Knobs are now available in 13 colours. Also, the new generation of sliders pad with a soft top, compatible with CantarX3 and Cantarem2.
Tim White – Sound recordist: "It was a really easy transition as I have been using Cantars as my main recorders for nearly 8 years. The X3 has many similarities but the number of tracks and that lovely display are game changers. I love working with the X3 and looking forward to pairing it with the new Cantarem2."
Greg Burgmann - Sound engineer: "I'm very happy for you all at Aaton-Digital, that you have the opportunity to express yourselves in a product that has integrated the thorough understanding of what is required by sound recordists, with such brilliant engineering."
CantarX3 received several awards as the 2014 IABM Award, the 2014 Cinec Award, also nominated at the CAS Awards 2015, Resolution Award 2016.
President Jacques Delacoux, Sales Director Karine Fouque and their team will be there to welcome you to the stand to provide demos.
CantarX3 specifications: http://www.aaton.com/cantar-x3/features-specifications
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French Technologies for Motion Picture, Broadcast and Digital Cinematography. Sister companies Transvideo and Aaton-Digital are part of the ITHAKI Group.