Soniqware SG-1 v1.2
SoniqWare has updated SG-1 Noise Reduction / Spectral Noise Gate to version 1.2.
Changes in v1.2:
- Redesigned to provide various noise tracking and reduction algorithms.
- Introduced automatic online noise tracking algorithm that can adapt to changing noise conditions.
- Introduced new noise reduction algorithm with improved transient preservation and improved noise reduction with minimal artifacts.
- Fixed issues with noise profile initialization.
- Fixed issues that could create glitches and artifacts for some signals.
Pricing & Availability
SoniqWare SG-1 is available for $149 / 119 euros
Educational discount available: 25% off regular prices
Upgrades Upgrades for current customers are free of charge
Available in VST format for both Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.5/10.6 Intel
Visit the web site at www.soniqware.com/products-sg1.htm.
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