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Moog Inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame for Patent No 3475623, The Moog Ladder Filter

ASHEVILLE, NC – May 1, 2013 – Moog Music is proud to announce that today its founder Dr. Robert Moog will be posthumously inducted in to the United States Patent and Trademark Office National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Dr. Moog is being awarded this honor for Patent No. 3475623, more commonly known to Moog fans as the Moog Ladder Filter. Moog Music, which will be hosting Moogfest, its annual celebration of the innovative spirit of Dr. Moog on April 25th-27th 2014, has created a video featuring Moog hardware engineer Rick Shaich discussing the importance and innovation of this creation. The video can be seen here:

In the video, Shaich discusses the Ladder Filter, the first Voltage Controlled Filter, which is the heart and soul of the Moog modular synthesizers of the 60s, the Legendary Minimoog of the 70′s, and is still the same filter topology used in all Moog Synthesizers to this day. The Ladder Filter is an essential element of the massive, thick sound for which Moog instruments are renowned.

To celebrate this historic occasion Moog Music is reissuing the Moog Ladder Filter Tee, which is now available for pre-order and will ship with a free poster commemorating Bob Moog’s induction to the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

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About Moog:
Moog Music is the leading producer of analog synthesizers in the world. The company and its customers carry on the legacy of its founder, electronic musical instrument pioneer, Dr. Bob Moog. The company hosts Moogfest, a three day festival celebrating the intersection of music and technology in honor of Moog’s innovative spirit. All of Moog’s instruments are hand built in its factory on the edge of downtown Asheville, NC. To learn more, visit

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iN DEMAND Uses AJA Video Systems Technology to Create A Wealth of Promotional Content

As the leading distributor of transactional movies, sports and events to video providers across North America, iN DEMAND delivers a huge amount of programming from more than 150 program suppliers to major cable operators and telcos. To support all this content, the company also creates more than 10,000 pieces of promotional video each year to help MSOs promote their Pay-Per-View (PPV) and Video-On-Demand (VOD) offerings. The New York-based iN DEMAND, owned jointly by Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, (and serving many more affiliates) has a thriving in-house post production and creative services group to create these promos. Plus, iN DEMAND also serves as production headquarters of Howard TV On Demand, the subscription VOD service from “The Howard Stern Show,” which includes daily highlights from Stern’s satellite radio show, original programming and archived content.

To efficiently manage the immense amount of content flowing through iN DEMAND’s original production offices, Senior Director of Post Production Keith Koby deploys an array of AJA equipment to streamline workflows including AJA T-TAP Thunderbolt(TM)-powered adapters. “For when you just need to monitor video or put video out to an SDI monitor, but don’t need to capture anything, the T-TAP is ideal,” Koby said. “We’re incorporating several T-TAPs and we’re really happy to have it as a low-cost Thunderbolt alternative.” Koby also leverages AJA FS1 and FS2 universal converter/frame synchronizers, Ki Pro and Ki Pro Rack video recording devices, KONA 3G video I/O cards, Io XT I/O devices and an assortment of AJA Mini-Converters.

Scaling Promo Content with FS2
The promotional pieces that iN DEMAND creates are mostly destined for systems’ “barker” channels to advertise VOD and PPV shows. For instance, to promote Movies On Demand, film studios send footage to iN DEMAND in various formats, leaving Koby and his team to edit clips together for an original program that also features a host filmed on green screen. Koby receives a range of HD and SD content that must be edited together and down-converted to 4×3 SD footage, which is then squeezed into the cable guide preview window. To appropriately scale the content, iN DEMAND relies on AJA’s FS2 converters.

“What the FS2 does really well,” shared Koby, “is that with scaling, you don’t get any interlace artifacts or abnormalities and the video is situated perfectly in the squeezed barker channel window.”

Koby and his team strive to bring the most professional, highest quality content to iN DEMAND’s cable clients and the FS2 allows them to do so very cost effectively.

“To get the best quality video, you need to process live video through good hardware – like the FS2. We are able to up-res or down-res through the device, rather than just scaling in NLE software, which makes a tremendous difference. With the FS2, we not only deliver top-notch quality to cable companies, but at a fraction of the cost,” Koby explained.

Saving Time and Resources with Ki Pro Rack
After routing content through the FS2 to upconvert or scale, the material is sent to an AJA Ki Pro Rack, which iN DEMAND recently began using as a VTR alternative. The Ki Pro API automatically downloads any files onto the network every ten seconds, streamlining a process that used to take additional manpower and was subject to human error. Using the Ki Pro along with an Io XT, one crew member can easily record and send content to a transcoder, rather than the prior method which required at least two machine room operators.

“I like that we can retain the original time code for the field with the Ki Pro, especially since we often end up scaling and repositioning the materials,” noted Koby. “It’s also a nice clean write to the SAN volume, which is useful when capturing with set in and out points.”

Syncing Stern Feeds
In addition to creating promotional content, iN DEMAND has produced Howard Stern’s on demand subscription digital cable channel, Howard TV On Demand, for the past seven years. Koby uses AJA tools to keep the production running smoothly. iN DEMAND’s control room manages 19 remote cameras, which capture the shock jock’s uncensored radio show. The SiriusXM show director and crew make a live program cut of the show, recording at least three of the ISOs to tape. Simultaneously, two FS2 video feeds are routed via fiber to an iN DEMAND edit facility located four miles away. Sitting on either side of the feed, the FS2s help provide clean, consistent video that is run through independent frame syncs so that the computers constantly receive a strong signal even if the feed drops out.

Stern’s show is recorded to computers using AJA KONA 3G capture cards and just:in from ToolsOnAir software, which lets Koby and his team edit while ingesting. Time codes for each feed are embedded as an audio channel, and the signal is then passed through the FS2 and de-embedded with an AJA HD10AMA or HD10AM Mini-Converter.

“We create over 640 hours of programming each year for Howard TV, so our workflow needs to be fast and effective. AJA solutions help us simplify our pipeline and are very affordable,” Koby said.

Mini-Converters for 3D Production
Using Hi5-3D Mini-Converters with a 5.1 audio setup, iN DEMAND tackles 3D projects for On Demand and produces 3D content for Comcast channel XFINITY 3D. For releases made available on this channel, Koby and his team add stereo slates on the front and back and complete a quality control check.

“We are responsible for a tremendous amount of content in a variety of formats and our AJA gear more than handles everything we could possibly throw at it. Our workflow is so powerful and flexible that we can easily adapt to the changing needs of our clients, and we look forward to working with AJA in the future,” concluded Koby.

About AJA Video Systems, Inc.
Since 1993, AJA Video has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality and cost-effective digital video interface, conversion and Desktop solutions supporting the professional broadcast and post- production markets. With headquarters in Grass Valley, California, AJA maintains an extensive sales channel of dealers and systems integrators around the world. For further information, please see our website

Vaddio Combines Echo Cancellation and Automatic Mixing Into TRIO Microphones with SmartMIC Technology

Vaddio announces its revolutionary TRIO audio line with SmartMIC technology. TRIO SmartMIC technology is the industry’s first microphone system to incorporate Digital Signal Processing and echo cancellation directly into the microphone itself. The internal DSP features microphone gating, equalization, AGC and noise cancellation. With SmartMIC technology, internal DSP and echo cancellation can now be integrated into any manufacturer’s audio mixing system.

Each TRIO SmartMIC is equipped with an array of three electret condenser microphones positioned to form a 360-degree pickup pattern. This unique technology is based on the microphone’s ability to actively manage the room’s live audio for gain, gating and echo cancellation. Once detected, the microphone will adjust and mix down to a single output. Because the intelligence is inside the microphone, any mixer can now be used in a live collaboration application for audio conferencing and achieve outstanding results.

“Our TRIO SmartMIC technology was designed to allow our integrators to have a simple and less expensive approach to adding live audio conferencing into their room designs,” explained CEO of Vaddio, Rob Sheeley. “As our industry moves away from designing presentation-only rooms into designing interactive collaborative workspaces, adding clear, echo-free audio has become a major priority. Designing complex and expensive echo cancellation systems for one room just doesn’t work in a world where collaboration is being deployed in EVERY room.”

The TRIO I/O interface device allows the connection of up to four SmartMICs and because each input is effectively running three microphones on three different channels, users can technically run 12 microphones all with independent echo cancellation and internal DSP. For installations requiring more than 12 SmartMICs, just add an additional EasyMIC I/O for 12 more channels.

With Vaddio’s new SmartMIC technology, there’s no more complex programming. No more time-consuming setups or outrageous equipment costs. Want to hang the microphone from the ceiling? The same SmartMIC technology in the table microphone is available in a ceiling version as well.

About Vaddio:
Vaddio is the leading manufacturer of specialty PTZ cameras and camera control systems used in the audiovisual, videoconference and broadcast industries. Your customers demand cutting-edge technology that’s simple to use. You want equipment that’s easy to install and reliable to operate. Vaddio serves integrators and operators alike – with broadcast-quality PTZ cameras and control systems that deliver the performance you need with the convenience you demand. More information can be found on the Vaddio website, or at (800) 572.2011.

Rome 2013 — 134th AES Convention Amplifies Spatial Sound

ROME: “Reviewing the many authoritative Papers and Workshop submitted for the 134th AES Convention, the Committee recognized a prevalence of 3-D Sound-related proposals,” reveals AES Executive Director Bob Moses. “It became apparent that we had enough perceptive, well-researched events to establish a formal Spatial Sound Track,” “By assembling nearly two dozen-papers and four timely Workshops into a dedicated bloc, we can direct 3-D Sound-focused attendees to a comprehensive overview on this topical field.” The 134th AES Convention will be held May 4 -7 at Rome’s Fontana di Trevi Conference Centre.

Spatial Sound Track Paper Sessions Include:

• Perception
• Recording & Production
• Spatial Audio – Part 1: Binaural
• Spatial Audio – Part 2: 3-D Microphone and Loudspeaker Systems
• Spatial Audio – Part 3: Ambisonics, WFS

Workshops Include:

• Applications of 3-D Audio in Automotive
• Properties of Auro 3-D Room Signals
• Bernstein and Beethoven in 3-D
• 3-D Audio: Produce the New Dimension?

Visit: for a complete list of events.


For Convention details visit the Preliminary Events Calendar at:

The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit

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PGA TOUR Entertainment Relies on Xytech

MediaPulse Supports Multi-Faceted Entertainment Sports Group

(Mission Hills, CA) Xytech, the global leader in facility management software for the broadcast and media services industries, announced that PGA TOUR Entertainment has chosen MediaPulse to support its wide range of services, which include commercial production, live event coverage, creative services, and licensed golf footage.

PGA TOUR Entertainment, headquartered in St. Augustine, FL, is a world-class, innovative entertainment company and the full service content production arm of the PGA TOUR. Established in 1985, the Emmy(r) Award winning company has produced countless television series and specials for broadcast, cable and digital platforms. PGA TOUR Entertainment's 32,000 square foot facility offers North Florida's premier high definition edit facilities, state-of-the-art graphics, animation, audio sound design, and satellite and fiber transmission facilities. After a careful review of available solutions by PGA TOUR Entertainment, MediaPulse was chosen to support operations across an extensive roster of schedules, deliverables, facilities and project management.

David Dukes, Senior Director of Technical Operations for PGA TOUR Entertainment saw MediaPulse as a strong solution to their multi-faceted needs. "Sports entertainment organizations are uniquely focused on so many areas these days. Commercial and long form programming, live events, broadcast, and digital media are now all part of the mix for us. We found MediaPulse to be a perfect fit for our need to manage production staff, project schedules and reporting."

Greg Dolan, COO of Xytech, said, "PGA TOUR Entertainment is at the top of the list of the great organizations we have had the pleasure of working with in the past year. It's been a wonderful experience putting MediaPulse in place for this terrific group of professionals. We designed our platform to support just the sort of work they are delivering."

About Xytech
Xytech Systems Corporation(tm) is the leading global provider of facility management software for today's media and broadcast companies. Leveraging a 25-year history of innovation and market expertise, Xytech brings unparalleled proficiency to its customers with flexible, transparent and evolutionary solutions that set the standard for successfully managing the continuous business realignments that define today's marketplace. Xytech's collaborative MediaPulse platform and suite of solutions enable craft workflow and asset management systems to work seamlessly with the company's renowned planning, scheduling and financial management tools. Xytech has over 450 software deployments in more than 20 countries around the world and is headquartered in Mission Hills, California, with regional offices in New York and London.

For more information, please visit or call +1.818.698.4900 (US) or +44 (0)20.7903.5170 (UK).

About PGA TOUR Entertainment
PGA TOUR Entertainment is a world class, innovative entertainment company and the full service content production arm of the PGA TOUR. Established in 1985, the Emmy Award winning company has produced countless television series and specials for broadcast, cable and digital platforms. Their 32,000 square foot facility offers North Florida's premier high definition edit facilities, state-of-the-art graphics, animation, audio sound design, and satellite and fiber transmission facilities.

For more information, please visit or call (904)940-7000

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SSL C100 HDS Digital Broadcast Console Makes Classical Music Sing for Vienna Boys’ Choir

“SSL is a company that takes care of you through the sale and continues the relationship into the future”

VIENNA – A Solid State Logic C100 HDS Digital Broadcast Console has been chosen to make classical music sing for the new Musik und Theater (MuTh) Concert Hall, the permanent home for the Vienna Boys’ Choir (VBC). The 400-seat facility is also home to many other institutions and hosts performances ranging from the Vienna Philharmonic to dance and jazz presentations. The C100 is used for front of house live sound mixing, DAW capture, post production and live-to-air broadcast/streaming. The choice of the C100 was based in part on purity of sound and SSL’s responsiveness to client needs.

“While we looked at consoles from all the major manufacturers, SSL was our choice for many reasons,” says Roland Tscherne, technical manager and sound engineer for MuTh. “First and foremost, SSL offers the most clarity and precise sound, worthy of the internationally acclaimed artists who perform here. Second, unlike other companies, SSL was very willing to sit and discuss our specific needs and work with us to fulfill those needs. SSL didn’t stop paying attention once the console was installed, as we have received software updates that include many of the refinements we were looking for. SSL is a company that takes care of you through the sale and continues the relationship into the future. That attention is very valuable.”

The MuTh Concert Hall is also an educational facility for children and young adults who attend its co-ed kindergarten, elementary and high schools that are attached. The theatre places particular emphasis on children’s opera. The entire operation is conceived as a gathering place for educating young people in the performing arts and to foster collaborations with other established institutions centered on youth performing arts.

According to Tscherne, the C100 resides in the theatre itself, acting as the front of house console and the audio hub for the facility. The C100 has been configured to send stereo and 5.1 mixes to the house system for concerts and film presentations. At the same time, each mix combination and the individual microphone channels are sent to the DAW for capture, re-mixing and post production. If a performance uses 30 wireless and 60 orchestra microphones, one push of a button sends all the single tracks to the DAW, saving time, while giving the engineering staff more opportunity to concentrate on creating the perfect mix.

“When we first put in the C100, each engineer definitely had a wow factor going when they sat down at the console,” concludes Tscherne. “Because it was an SSL console, they were a little bit intimidated because they haven’t ever used a console like this. However, one hour later, they were impressed with the ease of use, comfortable with mixing a project and, most importantly, with the pristine sound. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with SSL.”

Solid State Logic is the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for music, broadcast and post production professionals. For more information about our award-winning products, please visit:

Athena Studios Produces Stop Motion Short Film on Self-Accountability in Association with Author Dr. Rick Kirschner

Emeryville, CA, May 1, 2013 – Athena Studios, an Emeryville, CA-based company that provides full production services for film, TV, advertising, and multimedia clients and projects (and is also the production arm of AthenaOnline), has produced an original, stop-motion, animated short film. The announcement was made today by Jon V. Peters, CEO/Founder, Athena Studios.
Entitled “Peanut Butter,” the stop-motion project began when Mr. Peters wished to present his in-house production team with a creative challenge. He chose stop motion animation because of his background as a professional model-maker, and in anticipation of a future project that Athena Studios is considering taking on.
“I have always loved stop-motion films,” Mr. Peters said. “While playful and fun, like CG animations, these films offer a certain grounding — a basis in reality that I enjoy. This piece was a proof of concept for us, as we are presently considering a much larger stop-motion project, and are beefing up our plans to attract new commercial work. We really just needed a good story to move forward.”
The Athena Studios team worked on “Peanut Butter” in association with Dr. Rick Kirschner, the author or co-author of eight books, who’d come to the studio to film a story based on one of his lectures—one designed to inform business people how to take accountability for their own actions. The resulting three-minute stop motion piece has since been linked to AthenaOnline as one of its educational videos (which the company regularly creates for corporations,) and will also be used by Dr. Kirschner within some of his future live presentations.
To view a condensed, 3-minute version of this video, please see:

To view the full, 5-minute lesson by Dr. Rick Kirschner that includes the animation, please see:

Unexpected assistance on the “Peanut Butter” project came through a friend of Mr. Peters who put him in contact with Jon Berg, famed stop motion animator and visual effects expert whose past credits include “Star Wars,” “Ghostbusters,” “Gremlins,” and other iconic films. Mr. Berg visited Athena Studios and agreed to participate, acting as a mentor for the small team of in-house animators and designers. He provided input on facial design, set construction, and character movement.
“Jon Berg really helped get this project moving,” said Mr. Peters. “He gave all of us great advice on many aspects of the short, providing guidance and real insight based on his years in the stop-motion field. Perhaps the most important lesson he taught us, however, was not to focus so much on the rigging, sets, or puppet construction, but, instead, to just start the animation process, to keep moving forward and stay motivated.”
With Mr. Berg’s expertise, things progressed quickly. The Athena filmmakers decided to use face replacement to get a full range of emotions necessary for the characters. Given the short duration of film, the team tossed out the ball-and-socket armatures that had initially been built, and went to wire armatures for the bodies, adding removable limbs in case of breakage. “I remember pulling an arm from the molds, and the thumb broke the first time one of the animators moved it,” Mr. Peters chuckled. “From that point on, we tried to keep several sets of arms on stand-by for each character.”
Jeanette Vera, Athena Studios’ Visual Effects Artist, whose past VFX credits have included “Captain America” and “The Avengers,” helped sculpt, cast, and animate the puppets featured in “Peanut Butter.” Athena’s lead editor Jorge Martinez helped animate the film, and operated the Dragonframe image capture software.
Athena Studios was launched in Summer 2012 as a full service production facility designed to help companies seeking to produce their own videos or shoot a feature film. Athena has a fully lit green screen stage available for daily or long-term rental, and can help outfit its clients with lighting and camera equipment through its alliances with local area vendors DTC Grip and Chater Camera.
Athena Studios is conveniently located off Highway 80 in Emeryville, CA., in the heart of Northern California’s “New Hollywood” — near Pixar, Tippett Studios and Ex’pression College for Digital Arts. For more information, please see:

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MTI Film Adds XAVC Support to Cortex

HOLLYWOOD—MTI Film today announces that its Cortex product line now includes full support for Sony’s recently-developed XAVC recording format. XAVC is included in Cortex::Control Dailies DP, Pro, Studio and Ultimate editions and in the Stream, Pro, Studio and Ultimate editions of Cortex::Convey. Support for Sony RAW and SR Master formats is already included in all Cortex editions including the FREE edition of Cortex::Control Dailies. more

Thinkbox Software Releases Stoke MX Particle Reflow Tool for Autodesk 3ds Max

Los Angeles, CA (May 1, 2013)Thinkbox Software today announced Stoke MX, a particle simulator plug-in for Autodesk 3ds Max designed to simplify and accelerate the creation of high-volume particle clouds driven by velocity fields.

Fast and easy to use, Stoke MX supports a large number of emitter and velocity sources, and introduces new workflows. Previously unavailable capabilities include multi-threaded particle advection, rapid memory-buffered playback, and asynchronous multi-threaded particle file saving, which enables significantly higher performance compared to existing workflows.

Key features of Stoke MX include:
- Quick particle generation from other particle systems, geometry surfaces, volumes, vertices and edges including selection and soft-selection support, as well as from Sitni Sati’s FumeFX simulations.
- Optional emitter channel acquisition with minimal overhead
- Particle advection using velocities from other particle systems or files, 3ds Max force space warps, FumeFX simulations, Thinkbox’s Ember simulations, and other Stoke simulations
- Velocity field mixing, scaling and optional divergence removal from particle-based velocity fields to produce uncompressible fluid motion
- Flexible memory caching for fast simulation iterations and interactive viewport playback
- PRT file saving using one or more background threads, decoupling the simulation from the particle saving process for even faster iterations
- Integration with local and Thinkbox’s Deadline partitioning
- Extensive MAXScript exposure enabling the creation of custom Stoke-based tools
- Compatible with the Thinkbox’s Krakatoa MX high-volume particle renderer and its various components including PRT Loader and other PRT objects, Magma and delete modifiers, particle data viewer, etc
- Compatible with Thinkbox Software’s Frost particle mesher (version 1.3.5 and higher)

“The flexibility of Stoke is phenomenal so we are super excited to see what artists can do with it,” said Chris Bond, founder, Thinkbox Software. “Stoke enables a completely new way of working. Instead of being stuck in a rigid linear simulation workflow, artists can essentially layer their particles and work backwards to mix, enhance or alter simulation data quickly and easily without having to re-simulate. It opens up a lot of possibilities.”

“Stoke MX gives us the opportunity to build layers of detail upon fluid simulations with the exciting speed, control and freedom of imagination that have become a trademark of tools by Thinkbox Software,” noted Hristo Velev, a visual effects artist with early access to the software. “A simple, well directed base simulation can be quickly developed into a complex modern effect. Artists get plenty of room to create with negligible learning curve, due to the use of very successful Thinkbox technology like Magmaflow and PRT caching. And with these, it fits tightly in existing pipelines hosting the rest of the Thinkbox portfolio, especially Krakatoa and Frost. Stoke is a force multiplier for simulation work.”

Visual effects artist Jason Crosby added, “For the wormhole shot in After Earth, Stoke allowed me to come up with a look in just a couple days. Creating iterations was a very quick process and the support from Thinkbox was amazing!”

The Stoke MX base package includes one workstation and two network simulation licenses. Additional network simulation licenses can be purchased individually. To request a 15-day evaluation license, or for more information about Stoke MX, including pricing, please call 1-866-419-0283 or visit

About Thinkbox Software
Thinkbox Software provides creative solutions for visual artists in entertainment, engineering and design. Developer of high-volume particle renderer Krakatoa and render farm management software Deadline, the team of Thinkbox Software solves difficult production problems with intuitive, well-designed solutions and remarkable support. As an artist-driven company, we create tools that help artists manage their jobs and empower them to create worlds and imagine new realities. Thinkbox was founded in 2010 by Chris Bond, founder of Frantic Films.

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Technicolor – PostWorks New York Prepares “Bluebird”, “Coach” for Tribeca Premieres

Sam Daley grades indie drama for first-time helmer Lance Edmands; plus Best Documentary Short winner “Coach.”

NEW YORK—Technicolor-PostWorks New York recently provided a package of post-production services for two films that made their world premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival: Bluebird, an independent feature from first-time director Lance Edmands that was featured in the festival’s World Narrative slate, and Bess Kargman’s Coach, which took top honors as Best Documentary Short.

A drama set in a small Maine logging town, Bluebird stars Amy Morton, Margo Martindale, John Slattery (Mad Men), Louisa Krause, Adam Driver (Girls) and Emily Meade. The film was shot on 35mm film. During production, original camera negative was sent from the shooting location in rural Maine to The New York Lab for processing. Dailies and editorial media were then prepared at the Technicolor – PostWorks facility in the West Village. Services included dailies processing and final color grading. more


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