Sony Takes PowerCore To Oxford

Sony Oxford Dynamics Plug-In Available for TC PowerCore      22/03/04

Sony Takes PowerCore To Oxford
Squish em and squash em. Everything is under control with the Sony Dynamics

Buying Choices
Some of you may know that the Oxford digital console from Sony, is a highly desirable thing, but only really available to those with several grand (and the rest) at their disposal. The well regarded EQ section has been made available for the TC PowerCore platform, and now the highly flexible and comprehensive Sony Oxford Dynamics is too. Modelled on the exact same novel processing algorithms as Sony's highly acclaimed OXF-R3 flagship record/mix console. Additional feature are included in the Plug-In package too. KEY FEATURES
  • Channel Dynamics with Compressor, Limiter, Gate, Expander, each with its own comprehensive control page.
  • The Channel Dynamics includes a fully featured 2 band parametric Side-Chain EQ page. This EQ can also be used as an additional section in the normal signal path.
  • Separate Bus Compressor/Limiter with 5.1 Surround capability
  • Highly accurate logarithmic side-chain processing and selectable linear or exponential release time constant characteristics.
  • Fully variable soft ratio function for extreme program tolerance and highly musical compression.
  • Variable harmonic enhancement controller for extra warmth, loudness, presence and punch. The Oxford Dynamics for TC PowerCore is available for purchase now at www.sonyoxford.co.uk and dealers world-wide. Or for more information about this plug-in click on:
  • www.sonyoxford.co.uk/pub/plugins-sony/products.html Sony Oxford Plug-Ins:
  • www.sonyplugins.com

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