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Ambrosia Software, Inc. releases Soundboard 2.0.0: Shiny new features, audio routing, and low latency sound playing

Posted Nov 4 2010, 07:26 PM

ROCHESTER, New York -- November 4, 2010 -- Ambrosia Software announced today the release of Soundboard™ 2.0.0, a major upgrade to the live sound effect playing software. Like cart machines in broadcast radio studios, Soundboard lets you map sound effects, audio clips, or musical accompaniment to keys on the Mac keyboard, easily triggered with a single tap.

The new 2.0.0 version of Soundboard features major functionality upgrades, such as our new Soundpipe™ technology, which allows users to route audio to other applications (such as GarageBand) for recording. Other features include a totally redesigned one-window user interface, with major improvements such as per-effect fader controls, Duck and Pause All controls, and much more!

Soundboard is available immediately for $49. Registered users of Soundboard 1.x can upgrade to version 2.0.0 at the discounted rate of just $19.

Get trigger happy today, try Soundboard 2.0.0 out for free now:
http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/soundboard


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Expensive? Yes.

I also think it is expensive, but I better upgrade for $19. I feel bad for the people that needs to buy the new version for $49 and can't benefit from the upgrade price.

A softer price policy could benefit both side, Ambrosia and the clients.

On Nov 23 2010, 06:39 PM, by marcob

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I agree with theRamenNoodle

Too expensive!
This is nice, but wow, way too expensive! The previous version was only—what?—$24 or $29? Soundboard 2.0 is now almost double the price. And it stinks that the old version was completely unreliable because of the mono problem. So the only way to fix that problem is to upgrade at a high price. Come on Ambrosia give us loyal customers a break.

On Nov 14 2010, 02:18 AM, by tvwillie

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Too expensive!

This is nice, but wow, way too expensive! The previous version was only—what?—$24 or $29? Soundboard 2.0 is now almost double the price. And it stinks that the old version was completely unreliable because of the mono problem. So the only way to fix that problem is to upgrade at a high price.

I really don't think Soundboard should be more than $29.

On Nov 5 2010, 03:22 PM, by theRamenNoodle

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