AD Plugins Pack 2014.12.04 WiN MAC-R2R
TEAM R2R 2014.12.04 | WiN: 18.04 MB | MAC: 15.67 MB
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NUGEN Audio has announced the release of version 2 of Visualizer, an update to the audio analysis suite and real-time comparison toolset designed for high-end audio professionals. Ideal for music mixing and mastering as well as audio post-production, Visualizer provides comprehensive audio analysis for recording, mixing, and mastering in a single tool — now available as a plug-in or a stand-alone version. The standardized reference set of professional tools is designed to help audio engineers work faster, avoid mistakes, repeat past successes, and leverage the success of others. With version 2, Visualizer features numerous user interface enhancements in response to customer input, and is now available in a version supporting Avid Pro Tools HDX as well as a stand-alone configuration.
The Strip is the essential channel strip: the finest EQ, gate and compressor bundled in one beautifully designed plugin. Just slam this baby onto every channel in your project (which you easily can, because of its low CPU usage) and you’re all set.
PSP MasterComp is a high fidelity stereo dynamics processor (plug-in VST, RTAS and AAX for Windows; AudioUnit, AAX, RTAS, VST for Mac OSX Universal Binary). Its double-precision (64-bit floating point) and double-sampled (FAT – Frequency Authentication Technique) processing offers transparency even at extreme compression settings and high sample rates. PSP MasterComp installer includes two version of the plug-in: PSP MasterComp – which is mainly designed for mastering compression and expansion and PSP MicroComp – disgined for using on buses and track processing during mixing.
The set consists of: PSP PseudoStereo, PSP StereoEnhancer, PSP StereoController, PSP StereoAnalyser.
These plug-ins are applied for creating, expanding, improving, controlling and analysing the image and quality of the stereo signal in single tracks or mixes thereof.
A tilt EQ is a filter that simultaneously boosts one end of the frequency spectrum while attenuating the other end. As it turns out this is an amazingly useful tool for brightening or darkening your tracks very quickly. Another reason this is super handy is that it allows you to change the tone of your track without changing the overall level. With traditional EQ plugins, as you boost certain frequencies, the overall sound gets louder. The problem with this is that our brains have the screwy little feature where louder music tends to sound better (even if it actually sounds worse. Make sense?). A tilt EQ works around that special feature in our brain so that you aren’t deceived by the changing level and you can know instantly if your are improving or worsening your sound.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Breeze is the eco-conscious member of our prestigious reverb family. It focuses on ease of use, efficiency, and economy. Plug it in. Turn it on. Go. Add as many as you need. It does not get much simpler than this. But don’t be fooled; this lightweight packs a serious performance punch and has several exciting tricks up its sleeves that give it its own unique charm and character.