Mastering the Mix RESO is a dynamic resonance suppressor designed somewhat akin to a multi-band dynamic EQ but with a brief of identifying specific frequencies and applying reduction with varying amounts of Q.
Each suppressor is described as a super-transparent mastering-grade filter, designed to leave transients and phase intact.
RESO is designed to work on channels, busses or the master (though we would be hesitant to put it across that)
Targets can be auto-calculated and applied, or manually implemented to taste.
Owen Palmer takes a look at RESO and finds some interesting aspects to the way you perceive the results.
RESO is available now in VST, AU, AAX and Stand Alone priced at £49 (currently discounted to £41.65)
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