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Flux updates its products to v2.0.10

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Flux plug-ins

Flux has released version 2.0.10 of all its plug-ins.

Changes in Flux v2.0.10 plug-ins

  • VST (Mac):
    • For Steinberg software (Cubase & Nuendo): fixed a bug that lead the mouse to un-precise control of buttons with mouse.
    • Fixed a bug that lead to crash when exiting plug-ins.
    • Fixed session reloading issues between Mac Intel and PPC.
  • AudioUnit: Fixed a session reloading issue that appeared in v2.0.8.0.
  • All Plug-ins (Mac): It is now possible to control the “Old Automation State” more simply with the Mac OS Security Manager, with an entry in the file menu. The security manager is released in 2.0.10.0.
  • Security (Windows): Fixed Flux Security Engine hang on some Vista 64 Home Premium SP1 systems.

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Flux updates its products to v2.0.9

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Flux has released version 2.0.9 of all its plug-ins.

Changes in Flux v2.0.9 plug-ins

  • Solera: MS Width not working.
  • Stereo Tool (Windows): Installer not support Windows XP 64.
  • Security (Windows):
    • Crash sometimes when shutting down or restarting Windows.
    • iLok support not working on Vista 64 SP1.
    • New iLok support management. Now the Flux:: security engine will not try to load the iLok support if iLok drivers are not installed or if the installed version is too old. This allow to be able to use the Flux:: VST plug-ins without installing iLok (if you are using the Flux:: dongle). The Security Manager will display messages regarding your current iLok installation.

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Flux updates its products to v2.0.8

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Flux has released version 2.0.8 of all its products.

Changes in v2.0.8

  • All plug-ins:
    • Morphing and toggle AB can give different settings.
    • State of morphing automation button is now recoded in sessions, and can be automated.
    • Session reloading with lot of Flux:: plug-ins inserted loading time reduced and authorization check enhanced.
    • Authorization could randomly failed.
    • Some compatibility issues with Pyramix 6.1
    • Some session reloading problems in AudioUnit, that can lead to incorrect plug-in parameters.
  • All VST 2 Channels plug-ins: Side chain and processing buttons not well initialized.
  • Alchemist:
    • Optimization about morphing slider, when morphing a lot of parameters.
    • Invert phase was not working correctly.
    • Compare function in Protools was broken.
    • Some Automation bugs fix.
  • Solera: Side Chain EQ initialization problem, at 48kHz sampling rate, for band #1.
  • Epure II VST: Possible bad render in WaveLab.
  • Epure II: Possible crash in very high sampling rate.
  • Epure II Venue: Recall of the preset A and B slot and the Morphing slider position have been temporally removed from the session and Snapshot recall.

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Flux releases Alchemist

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Flux Alchemist

Flux has released Alchemist, a powerful dynamic processor, able to subtly improve your mix or to totally transmute the audio material.

Alchemist is primarily designed for mastering and re-mastering applications. However, it can also be used as a regular dynamic processor for absolute control.

Alchemist features

  • State-of-the-art IIR cross-over with selectable slopes from 18 dB per octave to 54 dB per octave, with variable corner frequencies.
  • Complete dynamic processing section for each band (including compressor, expander, de-compressor, de-expander working in parallel with independent Angel’s Share and Hysteresis parameters).
  • Transient processor and a MS controller for each frequency band.
  • Sound can be processed from single broadband to five bands.
  • Adjustable soft knee brick-wall clipper.
  • Auto Delay function allows producing a zero attack by introducing a delay line on the processed signal.
  • A/B morphing system.
  • Preset manager allows to save global presets made of two different presets including the A/B morphing slider position.
  • Factory presets are provided for every plug-in.
  • Digital audio up to 384 KHz, up to 8 channels.

Alchemist is available for Windows and Mac (AU/VST/RTAS) and costs 800 EUR. A trial version can be downloaded here.

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Flux releases Stereo Tool

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Flux Stereo Tool

Flux has released Stereo Tool, a freeware tool which allows a super precise control of the stereo image.

Inserting our Stereo Tool after a Bitter Sweet II will open your mind about all the possible manners to control the stereo stage.

Stereo Tool features

  • Ultra precise controls of input gain and individual pan for left and right channels.
  • Phase inverter for each channel.
  • Global stereo pan and a stereo width settings.
  • Accurate visual feedback reflecting the signal content.
  • Vector scope display, PPM meters for both inputs and outputs, and a phase correlation meter permanently monitor the signal.
  • 64 bit floating point processing, up to 8 FS (384 KHz).

Stereo Tool is available for Windows and Mac (RTAS/VST/AU).

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Flux updates all products to version 1.3 and adopts iLok

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Flux has updated all products to version 1.3 and iLok licence management is now available.

Every Flux plug-in now features an Automation button managing the A/B Morphing slider.

When engaged , only the Morphing slider is used to control the host automation in read and write modes. No other plug-in parameter is managed by the host automation.

When Automation is disabled all the plug-in parameters are managed by the host automation for both write and read modes. The Morphing slider can still control all the plug-in parameters, but its position is ignored by the host automation for both read and write modes.

This Automation feature permits to simplify the host Timeline when automating Flux plug-ins. It also permits to control the Morphing slider from a control surface.

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Flux releases Bitter Sweet II

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Flux Bitter Sweet II

Flux has released Bitter Sweet II, a new version of the freeware dynamic processor plug-in for Windows and Mac OSX.

Turning the central button on the sweet side, decreases the transients amplitude. On the bitter side, the transients amplitude is magnified.

Bitter Sweet II features

  • Three (64 bit floating point) processing modes:
    1. When the main position is engaged, the process affects the stereo signal.
    2. If Center is engaged, only the M signal of the internal MS matrix is processed.
    3. If stereo is selected, only the S signal from the MS matrix is processed.
  • Three transient detection modes can be selected (Fast, Medium, Slow).
  • A varying period of integration for transients can be accessed.
  • A Link function is available to compensate the output gain regarding the transient processing setting.
  • Up to 8 channels and up to 8 FS (384 KHz). Center and Stereo Modes are only available in stereo (2 channels) processing.

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Flux releases Pure Limiter

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Flux Pure Limiter v1.2

Flux has released Pure Limiter, a plug-in which uses an exclusive algorithm allowing a dramatic level enhancement with no drawback on the sound quality.

Pure Limiter features

  • Three operation modes:
    1. automatic mode allows quick operations in most cases
    2. manual mode allows more parameter settings
    3. advanced mode allows total control on the processing
  • Two display modes:
    1. mode A – both original and limited waveforms are displayed
    2. mode B – displays the limited waveform, the limiter action and the histogram of the release value which is especially useful when running in advanced mode
  • 192 KHz and 8 channels capable
  • A/B preset morphing function

Pure Limiter is available in native formats for AU, RTAS and VST and costs 170 EUR / $220.33 USD.

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