>Does anyone on the list know anything about NOA Audio
>based in Austria? The English at their website is a little hard to
>but they seem to offer archiving and database services, as well as
>own audio hardware.
Yes I know those guys in Vienna. They offer complete systems and
modules in both hard- and software. It's the best technology available
for audio archiving and audio databasing so far - they also offer quite
good background text recognition for building text libs from audio
Their technology is much better than the notorious Cube-Tech systems
from Germany I have had to work with for a while, which we nick named
"Club-Tucce" ("Club Turd") after a while.
Contact Mr. Kummer ([log in to unmask]) if you have any questions.
I am sure some kind of English communication should be possible :-)