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Waves releases Bass Rider effect plugin

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Waves has introduced Bass Rider, an innovative, easy-to-use plugin that rides bass levels automatically.

Waves Bass Rider

A companion to our popular Vocal Rider plugin, Bass Rider delivers perfect bass levels, without changing the natural sound of your bass. Optimized especially for the frequency range and envelope characteristics of bass instruments, Bass Rider covers all the basses: DI, amplified, acoustic, synth, upright—you name it.

A real timesaver with dedicated studio and live components, Bass Rider keeps bass levels in check and solid throughout your mix. Unlike a compressor, Bass Rider works note by note, without disturbing their inner dynamics, so they sustain and decay naturally. Best of all, since Bass Rider keeps your levels steady with automatic gain adjustment, now you can focus on the feel and flow of your bass—and use compression to add color and character.

With Bass Rider, you’ll never mix bass the same way again.

Bass Rider features

  • Rides bass levels automatically.
  • Optimized for bass instruments.
  • Retains the natural character of the bass.
  • Dedicated studio and live components.
  • Up to 24bit 192kHz resolution.
  • Mono and Stereo components.
  • Supports TDM, RTAS, Audio Suite, VST, AU.
  • PC and Mac compatible.

Bass Rider is currently available to purchase for $99 USD (Native) / $149 USD (TDM).

More information: Waves / Bass Rider

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TC Electronic releases Radar Meter Bundle for Pro Tools HD

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TC Electronic has announced the Radar Meter Bundle for Pro Tools HD, a complete loudness meter package that is perfect for all post and production studios whether they deliver for broadcast or cinema.

TC Electronic Radar Meter Bundle

Our LM5D plug-in for Pro Tools HD has been setting the standard for loudness metering in professional post and production studios for years. Now, it is joined by the new AM6 plug-in, and together they form: ‘Radar Meter Bundle for Pro Tools HD’.

Our highly-acclaimed radar display has proven a fast track to upgrade audio production for broadcast, film and music from unsatisfactory peak level indicators to loudness based metering. Now, you can get the new AM6 plug-in that makes the highly efficient radar available for also controlling trailers and commercials in cinema production. Measurements are based on Leq(M), and AM6 conforms to the TASA standard, which is used by authorities such as MPAA to certify theatrical trailers. Further, additional features include 5.1 true-peak metering, scalable timing, scalable resolution and more.

The Radar Meter Bundle TDM is available to purchase for $799 USD / 599 EUR. Owners of a license for LM5D for Pro Tools HD can download the new AM6 Radar Annoyance Meter for free.

More information: TC Electronic / Radar Meter Bundle

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Waves releases Eddie Kramer – Tape, Tubes & Transistors

Waves has introduced Eddie Kramer – Tape, Tube & Transistors, a bundle of effect plug-ins developed in association with legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer.

Eddie Kramer Tape, Tubes & Transistors

Developed in association with Eddie Kramer, Tape, Tubes & Transistors features three meticulously-modeled vintage plugins: Kramer Master Tape, HLS Channel, and PIE Compressor.

Together, they recreate Eddie’s golden audio chain, which he used to record musical icons like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and The Beatles. Now, the legendary sound of London’s Olympic Studios can be yours—with Tape, Tubes & Transistors.

Eddie Kramer – Tape, Tubes & Transistors

  • Kramer Master Tape, modeled on a rare vintage 1/4″ reel-to-reel machine. With adjustable tape speed, bias, flux, wow & flutter, and noise parameters, the Kramer Master Tape provides comprehensive control over the contours of your sound. Includes additional flexible slap & feedback delay, ideal for rock, dance, dub, you name it. For recording, mixing, mastering, and more, bring the richness and warmth of real tape saturation to your DAW with the Kramer Master Tape plugin.
  • PIE Compressor, precision-modeled on a vintage Pye compressor like the ones Eddie Kramer used in historic sessions at London’s acclaimed Olympic Studios. A mainstay in esteemed British studios throughout the classic rock era, the original Pye processors are considered by many to be among of the best buss compressors of all time. The Waves PIE plugin features a meticulously modeled VU meter with superfast refresh rates that recreates the accuracy, sensitivity, and ballistic behavior of a physical analog meter.
  • HLS Channel, meticulously modeled on a Helios mixing console just like the one Eddie Kramer used in historic sessions at London’s acclaimed Olympic Studios. In addition to modeling the Helios EQs with their sweet saturation, high-end presence, and fat low-frequency boost, Waves even modeled the unique behavior, coloration, and drive of the console’s preamps. To top it all off, the HLS Channel features a precision-modeled VU meter that recreates the sensitivity, ballistic behavior, look and feel of the original.

The Tape, Tubes & Transistors bundle is available to purchase for the introductory price of $199 USD (Native) / $299 USD (TDM). The effect plug-ins are also sold separately.

More information: Waves / Eddie Kramer – Tape, Tubes & Transistors

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Flux releases Pure Analyzer System real-time analyzer

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Flux has announced the release of Pure Analyzer System, a modular RTA-system providing an extensive range of analyzer options and metering standards, meeting the demands of any imaginable audio analysis and measurement applications within the fields of; Music Production, Audio Mastering, Live/Installation Sound, Broadcast and Post-Production.

The core of Pure Analyzer System is a standalone application presenting an unparalleled interface designed for ultra-rapid reactivity and intuitive instant user-interaction. The graphic analysis rendering is performed using a GPU-efficient OpenGL 2D/3D graphic engine, optimizing the audio to visual experience utilizing the GPU on a standard OpenGL graphics card.

Flux Pure Analyzer System

Full I/O support through ASIO/Core Audio is provided, and for maximum flexibility and efficiency Pure Analyzer System present the option to separate the signal acquisition from the analysis utilizing SampleGrabber, a standard DAW plug-in (available in all common plug-in formats, VST, AU, RTAS as well as TDM for VENUE systems) to acquire the signal in any plug-in host environment and broadcast it through a local area network using the ZeroConf/Apple Bonjour protocol.

The Flux:: Pure Analyzer System presents a vast selection of analysis tools such as; Real-time Spectrum Analyzer, Vector Scope, Phase Meter, Oscilloscope, Real-time Metering History, Real-time and Offline Metering Statistics, furthermore, a wide range of enhanced metering options including the last EBU R128 loudness norm (PLOUD), ITU-R BS.1770, True Peak, K-System and all variants of PPM (BBC, EBU, Nordic etc.). A complete set of tools for System Analysis including; Multi-Channels reference support, Multi-Microphone support, Transfer Function, Coherence, Magnitude, Phase, Impulse Response, Delay Finder, Signal Generator and unlimited Snapshot with auto creation from Sweep and Average, is provided as well.

In addition to the extensive range of standard analysis options, Pure Analyzer System introduce a ground-breaking innovation: Flux:: Nebula Spatial Spectrogram and Surround Scope, presenting a unique representation of the audio material in terms of spectral content and localization in the stereo and/or surround space.

The Flux:: Nebula Spatial Spectrogram combines the functionality of a spectrum analyzer and a vector scope to provide a complete and detailed overview of the mix in order to literally be able to see what you hear and feel. The Flux:: Nebula Surround Scope presents a representation of how a surround signal’s various components are distributed in the surround environment.

The Pure Analyzer System is available for Windows, Mac and AVID VENUE, supporting up to 16 channels (for Multichannel/Surround and Multi-Microphone System Analysis) in up to 384 KHz.

Pricing and availability:

  • Mandatory Base Version
    • Pure Analyzer Essential 279 EUR / 399 USD
  • Add on options (requires Pure Analyzer Essential)
    • Pure Analyzer Metering 149 EUR / 219 USD
    • Pure Analyzer Live 149 EUR / 219 USD
    • Pure Analyzer Multichannel 149 EUR – 219 USD

More information: Flux / Pure Analyzer System

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Waves releases H-EQ hybrid equalizer plugin

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Waves H-EQ

Waves has announced the H-EQ, a hybrid equalizer effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

H-EQ is a uniquely powerful hybrid equalizer, featuring vintage and modern EQ inspired by the finest British and American consoles; seven different filter types per band, including a newly-developed, one-of-a-kind asymmetrical bell filter; an intuitive keyboard graphic that lets you choose frequencies by clicking on notes; an exclusive MS Mode so you can apply different EQ to Mid and Side content; and a flexible real-time frequency spectrum analyzer with multiple display options.

H-EQ features

  • Seven filter types per band: US Vintage, UK Vintage 1, UK Vintage 2, US Modern, UK Modern, Digital 1 and Digital 2.
  • Newly-developed asymmetrical bell filter.
  • Exclusive MS matrix mode: Apply different EQ to Mid and Side content.
  • Keyboard graphic: Choose frequencies by clicking on notes.
  • Real-time frequency spectrum analyzer.

Waves H-EQ is available to purchase for the introductory price of $99 USD (Native) / $149 USD (TDM). Regular price $200 USD (Native) / $300 USD (TDM). Owners of Waves Mercury with current Waves Update Plan coverage get H-EQ at no charge.

More information: Waves / H-EQ

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Brainworx releases bx_meter public beta

Brainworx has released a public beta of bx_meter, a sophisticated metering and measurement tool that allows you to visually analyze your audio signal in many useful ways.

Brainworx bx_meter

We believe your mixes will benefit from proper dynamics, especially from a certain range of dynamics your music has. Too loud mixes often sound squashed, and in long mixing sessions your ears often get used to the squashed sound so you´re losing objectivity.

bx_meter will show you Peak and RMS values of your mixes, and in addition to that it will show you the relation between both with the centered DYNAMIC LEDs.

bx_meter has a Mid / Side mode (Sum and Difference) in addition to the standard L/R mode, and it offers 3 different weightings to be used to display the dynamics. Just like all the other Brainworx tools you will find several solo switches and nice extra features like the floating dynamic LED mode.

The vertical layout will make it easy for you to place bx_meter on the right side of your screen without burying other plugins or important sequencer data, and the size of the meter is big enough to show you even the slightest details.

bx_meter will be available to purchase August 22nd for an introductory price (TBA), list price: 99 EUR / $145 USD. The public beta is now available to download.

More information: Brainworx / bx_meter

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SoundToys updates plug-ins to v4.1.2 (Mac OSX)

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SoundToys

SoundToys has released an update to its Mac OSX plug-in range.

Changes in SoundToys plugins v4.1.2 (Mac)

  • Fixed random CPU spikes.
  • System Performance improvements.
  • Fixed issue causing ProTools transport delays.
  • Fixed occasional crashing on delete.
  • Faster loading in Pro Tools.
  • AU, VST: Fixed click before regions.
  • Graphics performance improvements.
  • Fixed issue causing various alerts.

Note: Official 64-bit support is in progress and will be released at a later date.

More information: SoundToys

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