Maximise Your Loudness

Crysonic introduce SpectraPhy LE for PC and Mac      08/08/07

Maximise Your Loudness


Buying Choices
Crysonic have introduced SpectraPhy LE in Mac OSX AU, VST Universal Binary and PC VST formats. It is their second native plug-in and they describe it as a ‘Physics Based All-Purpose Pro Audio Limiter /Maximizer’.
Here’s how they describe it in their own words…
SPECTRAPHY LE is a highly optimized look-ahead Brickwall Limiter and Loudness Maximizer based on it's bigger brother and highly acclaimed DSP SpectraPhy VST. SpectraPhy LE has been designed to be used for tracking, mixing, mastering and live use or when ever a large quantity of limiters are required per project. Just as in the original SpectraPhy, our proprietary physics based approach is employed at the core DSP level, ensuring a very transparent sound with maximum loudness and no digital-overs. SpectraPhy LE Features
  • Proprietary Physics based Peak Limiting and Loudness Maximizing
  • Look-ahead Brickwall limiting with no overshoots, less then 0.2 ms Delay
  • Individual Left / Right Channel Limiting with Linking ability
  • Graphical Spectrum and Attack / Release Display
  • Pre-Smooth function to tame high transients
  • Easily have 1-60 instances per project (Depending on Processor)
  • Pre or Post output Spectrum
  • Velocity Sensitive Dials for extreme precise adjustments
  • Maximum transparent loudness
  • Full Automation for all parameters PC and Mac OS X
  • Very Intuitive GUI
  • 64-bit internal precision
  • 24bit/96Khz audio support
  • Highly optimized custom DSP code
  • Suitable for Mixing, Tracking, Mastering and Live use
  • 64-bit internal precision
  • 24bit/96Khz audio support
  • Assembly DSP code with Vectorization on the Mac OS X Platform
Pricing and Availability:
$59 (introductory price of $45 available until August 15) More information:



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