Since 1992, Gallery have been innovators in Audio & Video Technology. Here are some world's firsts innovation highlights

  • 1992 Gallery releases SampleSearch - the world's first sound effects management tool for online files.
  • 1993 Gallery releases CDStudio - the first Audio CD Transfer tool to read sub track indexes.
  • 1994 Gallery releases Interpreter - the first desktop software to read and convert Akai format sampler disks.
  • 1995 Gallery releases DATStudio - the first and only desktop software to read Audio DAT tapes with timecode and subcode at double speed using a special DDS DAT mechanism.
  • 1996 Gallery releases TurboMorph - the first software to perform audio batch processing for multimedia using plug ins.
  • 1996 Gallery releases VoicePro - the first batch audio recorder for multimedia - this spawns the development of rich multimedia projects with vast numbers of audio files, such as speaking dictionaries and advanced video games
  • 1997 Gallery releases SessionBrowser - the first Pro Tools session manipulation tool, offering SampleRate and FrameRate conversion of complete sessions, and automated relinking of media.
  • 1997 Gallery releases VirtualVTR - the first QuickTime based video player with 9-pin control.
  • 1998 Gallery releases mTOOLS which quickly became the first industry standard sound effects management system used by more than 2000 Pro Tools users. mTOOLS is also the first SFX library system to actively manage, audition and deliver surround sound effects.
  • 1999 Gallery releases ADRStudio - the first portable ADR solution for Pro Tools, which is used in ground breaking location ADR session on Star Wars Episode 1.
  • 1999 Gallery releases Axis - the first surround panner joystick for Pro Tools.
  • 2000 Gallery releases Alkali - the first Rex-File based loop jam system.
  • 2002 Gallery releases LibraryLoader - the first and only Sound Effects CD transfer system for OSX which can read Sub track indexes from the CD subcode
  • 2003 Gallery releases MetaFlow - the first practical OMF workflow for disk-based 24-bit location sound recorders, Avid and ProTools
  • 2004 Gallery releases PictureReady - the first QuickTime video capture system which allows picture playback and editing during capture enabling QuickTime based real time workflows
  • 2004 Gallery creates the iXML Protocol and releases MetaCorder - the first professional audio production sound recorder based on a laptop computer
  • 2006 Gallery releases Sienna, the world's first Mac based MOS Device for Live News and Sports.
  • 2008 Gallery releases VSControl, the world's first and only Mac based automation control of Harmonic (Omneon) Spectrum Video servers using TCP/IP Protocols
  • 2013 Gallerys LivePad division launches Strata Pro for ATEM Switchers, the worlds first iPad based vision mixer control interface.
  • 2014 Gallery Sienna releases TCControl, the world's first and only Mac based automation production control for Newtek TriCaster
  • 2015 Gallery Sienna releases NDI Monitor, the worlds first macOS application for the NDI IP Video Protocol
  • 2015 Gallery Sienna releases NDICam for iPhone, the worlds first NDI IP Video camera, also the worlds first iOS application for NDI
  • 2016 Gallery Sienna Creates Sienna.Cloud the worlds first global wide area network for IP Video.