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Zynaptiq Updates Unveil & PitchMap

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Zynaptiq has announced the availability of updates to its Unveil and PitchMap plug-ins for Mac OS X in the AudioUnits (AU) format.

Unveil is a real-time, de-mixing based plug-in that allows removing or isolating reverb from a mixed signal of any channel count including mono, and is now at version 1.0.7.

 

Changes since version 1.0.4:

  • Added parameter smoothing to eliminate zipper noise during automation.
  • Changed mode of main controls to relative (absolute mode still available by holding ALT).
  • Increased time/frequency transform accuracy for less artifacts at extreme settings.
  • Added output gain slider.
  • Stand-Alone app can now record to a new audio file.
  • Stand-Alone app now uses sample rate of source file instead of system sample rate.
  • Various small fixes & enhancements.

 

PitchMap is a real-time, de-mixing based plug-in that allows changing melodies and harmonies within a polyphonic/mixed musical recording, by playing new ones on a MIDI keyboard or setting freely defined target scales in the GUI, and is now at version 1.1.4.

 

Changes since version 1.1.2:

  • Changed mode of main controls to relative (absolute mode still available by holding ALT).
  • Stand-Alone app can now record to a new audio file.
  • Stand-Alone app now uses sample rate of source file instead of system sample rate.
  • Fixed incompatibilities with MotU MIDI interfaces.
  • Various small fixes & enhancements.

 

The free trial versions of the plug-ins have also been updated.

 

For more information, visit Zynaptiqʼs website at www.zynaptiq.com.

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