In , the company ‘ Sonic Core ‘ purchased certain Creamware assets and intellectual property. The company was founded in and operated until July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The big advantage here is that Scope “frees up” those critical resources allowing the recording application to use as much processing power as needed.

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You can run out-of-the-box routines, or build your own utilizing a simple-to-master set of toolkit utilities; if you have ever used a PC- or Mac-based graphics programs, for example, then SCOPE’s bundled utilities should pose few problems. At the time or writing, CreamWare was working closely with a variety of third-part creqmware, including Quantec, Prosoniq, Sonic Timeworks and Aphex.

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These things were huge man. In this way, a user can develop an operational surface within just a couple of minutes. Scooe cards are used to create synthesized sounds for audio production in music and other audio environments.

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Some are virtual copies of older analog models which are now considered collectors items like the MiniMoog and Pro-One. Creamare to 48 channels of audio can be controlled with these mixers.

Particularly cool are the latest mastering tools: The big advantage here is that Scope “frees up” those critical resources allowing the recording application to use as much processing power as needed.


Archived from the original on 8 June Z-Link creamwaer a proprietary communication interface using standard Firewire cables Z-Link permits the simultaneous transmission of 16 channels of bit audio between the soundcard and converter without having to use a sdope word clock device. The latter is implemented via the hardware, and considered far more secure than dongle-based solutions.

Go grab a cup of coffee because this gets deep: Running at a master clock speed of some 60 MHz, the total power per board approaches close socpe 2. The amount of Creamare resources required for a project depends on the number of Scope virtual devices effects, mixers, synthesizers, etc.

The Creamware Modular Synthesizer has gone through a number of revisions, each adding more modules and greater functionality. Even sales, support and application engineers can modify software and execute changes for customers. You connect these devices together using virtual patch cables, much like hooking actual studio hardware together.

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Creamward to be confused with screamwareanother name for scareware. There were three distinct categories in the Scope product family which were differentiated by the number of DSP chips installed:. Thanks to SCOPE’s extensive circuit design capabilities, there are already many [third-party] application engineers working on new functionality.


I guess the best way to describe Scope is to start with the hardware and then move on to the software side of things. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.

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The system also provides an ideal OEM platform for developing custom hardware for a small customer base. The first version was more or less a ‘pure’ recreation of a traditional hardware modular synth.

It’s a powerful and flexible audio processing and music development system. You needed a pretty good size room and a lot of patch cables to produce music with one of those babies. Minimax, Pro, B, Vectron 3. Creakware audio recording and post applications, SCOPE provides mixing, special effects, synthesis and sampling with extensive routing and blending capabilities that integrate many studio components.

And SCOPE’s extensive graphics-based toolbox allows the user to combine and configure various library “modules” with external hardware to create custom solutions.

The concept behind SFP is that all the boards have the same basic software feature set.