VoxPro was designed by Seattle radio personality Charlie Brown in 1991. Brown, then the morning jock at Seattle's KUBE 93 FM, had seen a rudimentary audio editor on a Mac computer. He was intrigued enough to pursue a development partner, Buzz Hill, an old radio friend who knew how to write code - and with Charlie writing the specs and Buzz writing the program ProVox was born. However, a quick search of trade names showed that ProVox was being used so the name was flipped to VoxPro. Brown was instrumental in designing the VoxPro control panel keeping broadcast talent in mind as he laid it out.
In 1993 Audion Laboratories, Inc. was founded and in 1994 the first VoxPro system on a Mac computer was sold to KHJ in Los Angeles. VoxPro stayed on the Mac platform through the iMac. In 2001 Audion ported the software program over to the PC platform where it resides exclusively today.
VoxPro can be found in radio studios and broadcast news rooms around the world. The product has been honored for its excellence as a recipient of Radio World's "Cool Stuff " and BE Radio's "Pick Hit" Award. VoxPro is known for its stability, durability, speed, reliability and ease of use. VoxPro is the de facto choice for voice editing software in radio broadcasting.
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