Wheatstone announced on Monday that it has purchased Audion Labs, including the company’s VoxPro digital audio editor.
Audion’s VoxPro, a broadcast-specific voice editor, is used by radio studios to record and edit phone calls on the fly for on-air broadcast.
Wheatstone, which manufactures and sells audio mixing consoles and other audio technology to both television and radio stations, has developed WheatNet-IP, an end-to-end IP audio network.
Audion Labs will remain a separate brand entity, Wheatstone said. Its CTO, Rick Bidlack, will remain with Audion Labs and operate from his office in Seattle.
Financial terms of the sale were not made available.