Aaton-Digital is now being represented by Hamburg-based Zeigermann Audio in Germany.

Jacques Delacoux, president and owner of Aaton-Digital, said: “With Zeigermann Audio we have found a German partner with great expertise and experience in all areas of mobile audio recording including classical music and wildlife sound recordings.

”In addition to film sound mixers, we want to inspire sound engineers to use our mobile audio recording products. We have developed a feature that records the movements of the fader during capture and saves them as metadata for ProTools or Pyramyx. This will give us the opportunity to directly convey the automation metadata to post-production.“

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Zeigermann, Michoud, Delacoux and Mußbach

Volker Zeigermann, founder of Zeigermann Audio, said: “The Aaton Cantar series has significantly expanded our portfolio in the field of multitrack recorders, and we are now able to offer our customers and distributors a premium recorder.

”The CantarX3 and CantarMini offer unique features such as Dante connection, simultaneous Rec & Play functions and wireless receiver remote control functions. We are in direct contact with the development department and able to establish a valuable connection between the user and the manufacturer.”

A selection of Aaton-Digital products is already available for viewing and demonstration at Zeigermann Audio.

Photo shows left to right, Volker Zeigermann, Pierre Michoud and Jacques Delacoux of Aaton, and Martin Mußbach at Aaton-Digital HQ in Grenoble, France.

Aaton-Digital is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 12.F30.