[ardour-users] news: Solid State Logic announces support for the Ardour project

Brett W. McCoy idragosani at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 11:24:10 PDT 2006

Terrific news! Thanks for the update... we've all been wondering
what's been going on!

-- Brett

On 10/9/06, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> Several months ago, I was happy to announce my employment by a then-
> unknown company that enabled me to get back to full time work on Ardour.
> On Friday last week, that employer announced their involvement with me
> and the Ardour project overall. From ardour.org's announcement:
> The Ardour project is happy to be able to announce the involvement and
> support of Solid State Logic (SSL), one of the most respected and
> trusted names in the field of audio technology. SSL has chosen to
> support Ardour's development and to promote the idea of its broader
> adoption within the audio technology industry. SSL's Managing Director,
> Antony David, had this to say at SSL's AES press announcement:
>         [ ... ] Solid State Logic is committed to providing users with a
>         range of products that enhance the experience of producing music
>         or sound for picture. We are becoming a much more open company
>         and are establishing strategic partnerships throughout the
>         industry to deliver a new breed of hardware and software
>         solutions to audio workstation users. Our collaboration with
>         Waves and Algorithmix are examples.
>         Continuing down this track, SSL is proud to announce its
>         involvement with the Ardour workstation. We have been funding
>         development of the Ardour platform for a number of months and
>         plan to continue through our relationship with its key developer
>         Paul Davis.
>         [ ... ]
>         Our involvement with Ardour should not be seen as exclusive of
>         other workstation manufacturers and we regard the Ardour
>         platform as important for an industry that doesn't currently
>         have a truly open project interchange standard or an open
>         platform for plug-in developers. The open architecture and
>         platform neutral technology of the Ardour workstation are a
>         natural fit with SSL's long-term vision to provide scalable and
>         customisable solutions to a rapidly growing customer base.
> The Ardour project continues to work with Harrison on its own product
> plans for Ardour, and we look forward to welcoming the participation and
> support of other companies and organizations.
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Brett McCoy: Programmer by Day, Guitarist by Night

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