NEWCASTLE, DE (April-10th, 2001). - AudioScience Inc., a specialist in digital audio peripherals for the broadcast and entertainment markets, has announced that Register Data Systems (RDS) will uses AudioScience audio cards in its Phantom radio automation systems

"With constant changes in technology' we needed a supplier that could keep up with what's new, without abandoning what's been proven to be useful and reliable", said Art White of RDS ."The AudioScience line of sound cards provide us with a number of useful features and benefits, without having to completely redo everything we've done in the past."

RDS will initially use the AudioScience ASI4113 PCI-bus sound cards in Phantom for satellite broadcasting, Live assist and music on hard drive. The ASI4113 has four streams of MPEG mixed to three stereo outputs at any sample rate coupled with one stream of MPEG record, providing un-matched versatility for broadcast applications.

"RDS is a leading computer-based radio automation supplier and we are proud that they have selected AudioScience's product" said Richard Gross, President and co-founder of AudioScience. 

About RDS Inc
Register Data Systems (RDS) was established in 1978 by Lowell Register to develop and market broadcast systems. Since it's beginning, Register Data Systems has developed, sold, installed, and supported it's systems on virtually around the clock basis, providing continuos toll free support, even on weekends and Holidays. Register Data Systems is a unit of Register Communications Inc. For more information phone 1-800-521-5222. The company's web site is at

About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets digital audio peripherals for computer-based digital audio applications. AudioScience is headquartered in New Castle, Delaware with offices in Costa Mesa, California, Rochester, New York and Christchurch, New Zealand. It is located at 42C Reads Way, Newcastle, Delaware 19720; phone +1-302-324-5333, email For more information the company's web site is at