KRISTAL Audio Engine
|Original author(s)||Matthias Juwan|
|Initial release||January 31, 2004|
1.0.1 / June 4, 2004
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|Operating system||Microsoft Windows|
|Type||Digital audio editor|
KRISTAL Audio Engine (commonly referred to as KRISTAL or KAE) is a free digital audio editor, multi-track recorder and sound mixer, operating for Microsoft Windows, able to manage up to 16 separate channels of audio.
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K2[edit | edit source]
On December 24, 2004 the KRISTAL development team announced that they were working on the successor to KRISTAL Audio Engine 1.0 based on a new infrastructure, codenamed K2. Among other things the development team planned to include cross-platform support for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. On September 18, 2006 it was announced that KristalLabs Ltd., a privately held start-up company co-founded by the lead developer of KRISTAL, Matthias Juwan, and Wolfgang Kundrus, who had previously worked on Cubase and Nuendo, had taken over all work and rights to the source code of K2.