The music industry has been going through enormous challenges as the digital age comes about. One of our sister
companies, Safe-Xchange, LLC, was looking for a way to help musicians. They decided that a new form
of distribution, digital record albums, would be a great help.
We developed a digital record album that could be configured by the artist and would run as an app on Windows and
A company needed a metronome with a great user interface, capable of doing different time signatures and changing
the tempo during a session. At the same time it needed an extremely accurate timer.
C# is a good language for user interfaces, but it lacks accuracy for timing. We did the user
interface in C#, but created an extremely accurate timer using C++.
A major telecommunications company needed a way to showcase its voice recognition and text-to-speech technology to build acceptance of its product line.
SEI developed a unique application that allowed users to browse the internet by voice. Users' reactions? "Wow" is typical.
A small company in California wanted to help recording studio engineers measure their
hearing with the high level of accuracy required by that industry using only a PC and a set of accurate headphones.
We developed an audiometry program so complete and accurate it was used by NASA in the Space Shuttle
Atlantis to test the hearing of the astronauts while in space.
Getting voiceover recording from people who were not able to get to the recording studio.
We developed the audio code for both Windows and Macintosh which allowed voiceover personnel to record over the sound track.
A security products company needed a way to control access to files on a user-by-user basis on all
Windows operating systems.
A compact yet highly secure module that is the core of a widely used security product.
A major chip vendor needed to showcase their newly developed USB chip for potential OEMs.
We developed a hardware, software and firmware reference design that allowed Standard Microsystems to show their customers a complete, consumer-oriented,
USB audio record and playback device.