[Musikmesse] Zynaptiq unveils Unchirp and Unfilter
Zynaptiq will not introduce one but two new plug-ins tomorrow at Musikmesse, both designed for audio cleaning and restoring.
Unchirp will eliminate all artifacts that result from low quality audio encoding, de-noising or in files recorded with mobile devices.
Unfilter will help eliminate filter and resonance effects or excessive equalization in real time using a de-convolution process. Slow flanger/chorus effects can also be processed and de-filtering parameters can be saved if you want to apply them on other audio files.
Both plug-ins will be available in VST, AU, RTAS and AAX formats for Mac OS X and Windows. Unchirp will be released on May 6th, Unfilter is due to be released on May 20th. More details will be available soon on www.zynaptiq.com.
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