Sequoia adjusts perfectly to the user's needs for the most diverse applications.
Save valuable time with your radio productions via seamless linking to radio content management systems from DAVID Systems and VCS. Swap individual files at the press of a button or even manage entire Sequoia projects in databases. When connected with our user management and administrator functions, Sequoia is perfectly suited for integration into networks and digital workflows.
For more involved (multi-track) editing, Sequoia offers unique features like multi-synchronous cut, a consistent further development of the source/destination editing model, including a convenient crossfade editor.
Sequoia is capable of using multi-track projects to burn Red Book.compatible master CDs. These CDs may even feature to copy protection, UPC/EAN, ISRC codes, pre-emphasis, and CD text. Formats for transferring the project to the vinyl press include DDP or wave export including cue list.
For post-production, the option to use the audio input from the sound card for synchronizing Sequoia with the local external timecode is also available.
AAF / OMF support enables projects to be exchanged between platforms quickly.
After a film has been dubbed, Sequoia can be used to produce a visual copy without the need for additional programs. The video can be exported from Sequoia in different formats including the finished mixing.
Sequoia has been an integral part of leading broadcast and mastering studios worldwide for years, including WDR, MDR, SWR, the Vienna Symphonic Library, and Sterling Sound in New York. The range of functionality makes Sequoia the perfect choice for for any kind of media production. Ideal for home and project studios, sound engineers, music producers, and radio journalists, Sequoia offers registered users professional service, customer-oriented support, an exclusive forum, and free support
By the way: The "Cleaning & Restoration Suite" for perfectly restoring audio data and the support of AAF and OMF files are already contained in Sequoia.