Accusonus Era-D denoise/dereverb plug-in
After drum leakage, Accusonus offers a new software processing tool that allows for removing unwanted noise and reverb from your recordings.
Era-D is a VST 2/3, AU and AAX native plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows. It offers 4 operation modes:
- De-Noise: the signal only goes through the noise removal engine
- De-Reverb: the signal only goes through the re-reverberation engine
- Cascade: the signal passes through the De-Noise then the De-Reverb engines
- Parallel: the signal passes simultaneously through the de-noise and de-reverb engines. This mode includes an additional fader with which you’ll adjust the balance between noise and reverb removal.
Era-D also includes time constant controls that affect the speed to which the algorithm adapts to the noise changes and the speed to which the noise removal engine generally adapts in Dual mode, as well as three noise reduction types (A, B and C). As for reverb processing, you can also control time constant for the high and low frequencies, which affects the speed to which the algorithm adapts to reverb changes. Last, an advanced artefact control is included. The Dual mode allows for analyzing to sound sources separately (two microphones for instance).
The Accusonus Era-D plug-in allows for post-processing noise and reverb on 4 adjustable frequency bands, with the ability to link the bands.
Last, a monitoring section features In/Out/Diff buttons to control the input, output and removed signal, as well as ST/L/R buttons give you the ability to choose between stereo signal or single channel.
Era-D is available at plugin-alliance.com for $299, you can also download a 14-day trial version.
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