Figure 1124. Boost 11 Peak Limiter.The Boost 11 Peak Limiter is a transparent peak limiting and volume maximizing plug-in for mixing and mastering purposes; it is designed to reduce peak levels without coloring the sound. Boost 11 uses a “look-ahead” limiter algorithm to prevent output clipping and PDR (Program Dependent Release) to minimize pumping (audible fluctuations of the volume) and maximize the loudness. “Look-ahead” means the limiter analyzes the audio input ahead of time by delaying the output for approximately 1.5 ms. Boost 11 supports sampling rates up to 192 kHz, mono and stereo operation, and double precision processing.For more information, see the Boost 11 Peak Limiter online Help.Figure 1125. BREVERB 2 Cakewalk.BREVERB 2 Cakewalk by Overloud provides world-class studio reverb. Dozens of professional presets are included, covering a wide range of applications from mixing to post-production. Cakewalk includes both VST and ProChannel versions of BREVERB 2 Cakewalk. For details, click the Help button in the BREVERB 2 Cakewalk VST version.ProChannel is an extended channel strip that provides high-quality compressor, equalizer, tube saturation, console emulation, tape emulation, and convolution reverb processing for each audio track, Instrument track and bus.Figure 1126. ProChannel.Figure 1127. Sonitus fx: Compressor.fx:compressor is a variable-knee compressor with built-in peak limiting. The purpose of a compressor is to limit the dynamic range of music or sound. Compression will make the loud parts of the signal more quiet, resulting in a more or less even level.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Compressor online Help.Figure 1128. Sonitus fx: Surround Compressor.The Sonitus Surround Compressor is an enhanced, surround-capable version of the Sonitus:fx Compressor plug-in. The Surround Compressor is comprised of four stereo compressors. After you patch the compressor into a surround bus, you can direct any combination of the bus's input channels to any of the four compressors, sending any combination of stereo channel pairs, the center channel, and the LFE to the compressor(s) you choose. By default, all channels feed into compressor 1, and you can then redirect channels to the other three if you want.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Surround Compressor online Help.Figure 1129. Sonitus fx: Delay.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Delay online Help.Figure 1130. Sonitus fx: EQ.fx:equalizer is a 6-band parametric equalizer with selectable filter types for each band and frequency response graph. Equalizers are instrumental in fine tuning the frequency spectrum in all kinds of music and sound. They let you use different filtering techniques to attenuate, cut or boost a specific frequency or a range of frequencies, allowing you the shape the overall characteristics of the audio signal.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: EQ online Help.Figure 1131. Sonitus fx: Gate.fx:gate is a dynamic gate with side-chain filtering and lookahead. The fx:gate plug-in has wide variety of uses. It can function as a noise gate, which quite simply gates (or blocks) signals whose amplitude lies below a certain threshold, and lets other signals through. This is useful for eliminating background noises, such as hiss or hum, during periods of silence in a recording or performance.In addition, it also features a tunable peak Punch mode that makes it possible to add transient punch to frequencies lacking in individual drum sounds, adding greater definition and presence to the gated signal. Using the variable high pass and low pass side chain filters enables you to perform “frequency conscious” gating. The gate can also be switched from Gating to Ducking mode for removal of clicks and pops.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Gate online Help.Figure 1132. Sonitus fx: Modulator.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Modulator online Help.Figure 1133. Sonitus fx: Multiband.fx:multiband is a 5 band variable knee compressor with both normal and vintage compression modes and output limiter.Using a multiband compressor has many advantages over using a traditional (“single band”) compressor when it is used on audio signals containing complex harmonic material like a complete music mix.
For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Multiband online Help.Figure 1134. Sonitus fx: Phase.
For more information, see the Sonitus fx:Phase online Help.Figure 1135. Sonitus fx: Reverb.Reverb or reverberation is the effect of resounding echoes in a room or other enclosed acoustic environment. Reverb can be seen as a series of echoes so dense that they can't be told apart from each other. fx:reverb emulates the phenomenon of sound being reflected off walls in a virtual room, and allows you to add reverb that resembles the character, decay and frequency response of various environments.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Reverb online Help.Figure 1136. Sonitus fx: Surround.fx:surround is a surround sound panner with built-in Doppler and attenuation rendering for distance and velocity effects, joystick control and graphical path editing.For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Surround online Help.Figure 1137. Sonitus fx: WahWah.fx:wahwah is a guitar effect emulator. A classic guitar effect, the wahwah stomp box became an instant hit when it was introduced in 1966. The Vox wahwah was the first, and was soon followed by a multitude of similar designs. It was dubbed wahwah because of its unique vocal-like sound. fx:wahwah is a digital adaptation of the analog designs, and is modeled after real-life wahwah stomp boxes like the Morley Pro Series Distortion Wah, Jim Dunlop Crybaby Model GCB-95 and Model JH-1 (Jimi Hendrix).For more information, see the Sonitus fx: Wah Wah online Help.Figure 1138. TH3 Cakewalk Edition.TH3 Cakewalk Edition by Overloud provides realistic guitar amp models from clean to crushing distortion.This special edition includes 12 amplifier models, 11 cabinet models, 12 stomp box effects models, 3 microphone models, delay and reverb master effects and dozens of presets. Easily build or modify your own signal path.For more information, click the MANUAL button inside TH3 Cakewalk Edition.
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