On 26 maj 2007, at 23.24, Graham Newton wrote: > At the time I was considering changing my 3 stand alone series 2 > CEDAR boxes to the Cambridge environment a few years ago, I had the > full Cube-Tec system to test for about a month over the Christmas > holidays. I was sufficiently impressed with it that had Cube-Tec > been willing to cut me a deal where I acquired their equivalent > processes to the ones I already had, I would have moved over to > their system. > However, they refused point blank to make any arrangement, and > CEDAR being in the catbird seat, offered equivalent processes in > Cambridge which cemented the deal, and effectively locked out Cube- > Tec. Frankly in retrospect, I'm glad I stayed with CEDAR. (Sorry for delayed response). I guess it is difficult as on one hand it would be "good sales PR" for them to do that, they perhaps don't benefit as much financially doing it. I don't yet know their detailed prices so if they are cheaper overall to CEDAR maybe their margins are lower. Some form of accommodation though would have been good. I guess the cost to offer it to CEDAR was lower though and thus easier. >> They are anyway at http://woof.terva.net/audiosample/ presently. > > I tried to access them only to be told with any of them:- > > Forbidden > You don't have permission to access /audiosample/78-swedish-elp > transfer.wav on this server. > > I think there was a permission problem I have fixed now. Thanks, Darren --- Darren Ingram (darren at ingram.fi / www.ingram.fi) Provider of many things including research, media, innovation and consultancy services. "Insert pointless, humo(u)rless quotation and ASCII art here" "Insert lengthy, boring and meaningless corporate and copyright disclaimer here"