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NAB 2008 Show Announcement


Award-winning Noise Industries demonstrates new releases at NAB on stand SL2128H; special presentations at Motion Media Ball and Apple Final Cut Super Meet

Boston MA – February 14, 2008 –

Noise Industries

, developer of visual effects tools for the postproduction and broadcast markets, announced their plans to exhibit at the NAB 2008 exhibition held in Las Vegas NV from April 14 – 17, 2008 on stand SL2128H. The Noise Industries team will showcase new versions of their visual effects plug-in applications for Apple Final Cut Studio/Express and Avid AVX as well as introduce new partner releases. In addition to the new product releases, special partner presentations will be done by well-known broadcast designers Peter Wiggins of Idustrial Revolution, Ricardo Silva from SugarFX and Roger Bolton of CoreMelt. Noise Industries will also showcase the new product releases at the following NAB 2008 special events; Motion Media Ball (Sahara Hotel on April 14, 2008) and the Apple Final Cut Super Meet (Rio Hotel on April 16, 2008).

About FxFactory

FxFactory is an extensive 2D / 3D compositing and effects plug-in environment offering over 200 GPU accelerated filters/generators and transitions. Developed for the Apple FxPlug architecture, FxFactory filters extend and enhance the production capabilities of the Apple Final Cut Studio 2 and Final Cut Express 4.0 solutions.

About Factory Tools

Noise Industries’ Factory Tools for Avid AVX runs natively on the Intel-based Macintosh platform; offering 115 GPU accelerated native plug-ins for Avid Xpress, Xpress Pro and Media Composer users.

Noise Industries Partners

Idustrial Revolution founder Peter Wiggins is a successful broadcast editor with more than 25 years of industry experience. His credits include work with the BBC, CBS, and CNN – covering everything from the Winter Olympics to working with Michael Jackson on a video for the World Music Awards. A well known power user of Final Cut Pro, Peter has designed a number of popular Noise Industries FxPacks based on his years of experience and passion to improve postproduction workflows for broadcast designers everywhere. Sugarfx founder Ricardo Silva’s impressive resume includes broadcast design for the National Geographic IMAX open, Norm, Ripley's Believe or Not, Noticias Telemundo, Univision News graphics, Top 10 A&E, TLC Investigators, DirecTV International Marketing, TNBC graphics, TechTV, and Fox Sports International. CoreMelt is run by Roger Bolton, a visual effects veteran with seven years experience in post production and whose list of feature film credits include "Lord of the Rings", "Kingdom of Heaven" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". Roger has worked as a senior flame operator, lead compositor and online editor in Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, India, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. For more information about Noise Industries at NAB 2008, please contact Niclas Bahn at

. To schedule a press briefing or request product reviews, please contact Ryan Wood at


About Noise Industries, LLC

Established in 2004, Boston Massachusetts based Noise Industries is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the postproduction and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple and Avid. For more information about Noise Industries, please visit:

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