Plugin Alliance updates Drumatom to v1.5

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Drumatom

Plugin Alliance has released version 1.5 of Drumatom, the drum microphone leakage suppression tool for Windows and Mac.

Drumatom is not a plugin! It is a stand-alone MAC & PC program and is the world´s first microphone leakage suppression tool for multichannel drum recordings! It is based on the patent pending Advanced Audio Analysis – A3 technology by ACCUSONUS from Greece.

With this novel software tool every sound engineer can now use compressors, EQs and creative effects in new ways with no limitations. In the hands of sound engineers, drumatom will make genuine drum recordings shine in the mix!

Changes in Drumatom v1.5

  • Additional Hi-Hat analyzing & processing made possible.
  • A/B switching.
  • Custom naming abbreviations.
  • and more…

Drumatom for Windows and Mac is available for purchase for $399 USD.

More information: Plugin Alliance / Drumatom

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Plugin Alliance releases Drumatom microphone leakage suppression tool

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Plugin Alliance has announced the release of Drumatom, a drum leakage suppression tool for Windows and Mac that reduces the crosstalk captured by microphones when recording drums.

Plugin Alliance Drumatom

Drumatom is NOT a plugin! It is a stand-alone MAC & PC program and is the world´s first microphone leakage suppression tool for multichannel drum recordings! It is based on the patent pending Advanced Audio Analysis – A3 technology by ACCUSONUS from Greece.

With this novel software tool every sound engineer can now use compressors, EQs and creative effects in new ways with no limitations. In the hands of sound engineers, drumatom will make genuine drum recordings shine in the mix!

Drumatom for Windows and Mac is available to purchase for $399 USD.

More information: Plugin Alliance / Drumatom

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Accusonus and Plugin Alliance releases Drumaton public beta

Accusonus and Plugin Alliance have a released a public beta its Drumatom standalone software microphone leakage suppression tool for multichannel drum recordings.

Drumaton

It is based on the patent pending Advanced Audio Analysis – A3 technology and is the result of many years of research and development work. At accusonus, we believe that it is time to take full advantage of the enormous processing power of computers today, with the goal of bringing the human drummer back into the picture.

With this novel software tool every sound engineer can now use compressors, EQs and creative effects in new ways with no limitations. In the hands of sound engineers, drumatom will make genuine drum recordings shine in the mix!

Drumaton features

  • Unique algorithm based on BSS and AI principles.
  • Can detect and reduce leakage from kick, snare and tom tracks.
  • Supports loading and batch processing of multiple track groups.
  • Proprietary file format for storing and transferring sessions.
  • Streamlined user interface for quick results.
  • Available for OS X / Win (7, XP) – 64-bit systems only.

Drumaton for Windows and Mac costs $399 USD.

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Accusonus announces Drumatom microphone leakage suppression tool for Mac

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Accusonus Drumatom

Accusonus has announced Drumatom, the world’s first drum leakage suppression tool for Mac.

Drumatom employs a patent-pending algorithm, based on the general family of BSS (Blind Source Separation) techniques, in order to transparently reduce microphone leakage in multichannel drum recordings. The method used is the outcome of many years of research and development and aims to offer a fresh take on solving the “drum spill” issue, by providing superior results without the artifacts typically associated with traditional time-domain tools (such as gates).

The full feature set will be announced in the near future, along with a public beta program.

Drumatom is scheduled for release in September 2013.

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