Plug-In Aims To Add Air

US Sound Magic AIR VST for Windows is designed to improve the high frequencies      15/07/11

Plug-In Aims To Add Air


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Here's the Sound Magic press release:
AIR is a technology which common used by mastering engineer to add extra air to the recording.By using AIR effect in your music, you will have a better imaging and clarity on high frequency, so your music will sound more "professional". AIR is the most natural sounding way to improve high frequency. But it is great pity that this technology has never been represented by effect plugins. By using Sound Magic's Award-Winning Modeling technology, AIR is provided as a VST effect unit under Windows or an Add-on for Sound Magic Supreme Pianos. It is suitable to use under the situations below;
  • When your Mix/tracks feel dull, and it lacks the brilliance of the high frequency. AIR will solve it by giving you better sounding high frequencies.
  • When your Mix/tracks don't sound clear and transparent enough, AIR will emphasize the reverb tail, this will lead to better imaging.
  • When your Mix/tracks sound too bright, aggressive and fatiguing, AIR will recover it by decaying the high frequency content in a most natural way.
Features
  • Internal 64-bit floating point precision
  • Four modes, one for slider control and other three auto mode
  • Two sliders to tweak
  • Up to 32Bit/384KHz processing
Pricing and Availability:
19.90 Euros More information:


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