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DMG Audio introduces a new De-Esser plug-in that can do more than de-essing on Mac et PC.

Essence can be used as a simple De-Esser for vocal processing, but it is also expert at full-mixes de-essing and even equalize mixes with total transparency, according to DMG Audio.

Features:

  • Multiple setups available, from zero-latency and low-CPU processing for edit to oversampled high-resolution for mastering
  • Dual-release Peak/RMS-based time detector and analog-modeled single-release time detector
  • 3-band sidechain EQ and configurable Split EQ (linear phase crossover)
  • Zero-latency minimum phase mode with Linkwitz-Riley filters
  • Per channel or grouped control
  • Right/left or Mid/Side processing
  • Lookahead and Upward expansion options
  • Full mixer for parallel processing
  • Stereo link
  • Threshold, ratio, soft-knee and gain reduction ceiling
  • Output balance for fine tuning
  • Simple GUI with three controls or advanced interface with more options
  • Spectrum analyzer to visually detect the sibilances
  • 8 A/B banks
  • Undo/redo
  • Auto-Iisten to setup the filters

Essence is an RTAS, VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. It is available for the introductory price of £89.99 until January 15th, 2015, and even £71.99 if you already own DMG Audio plug-ins (log in to your account to see the special price). Regular price is £99.99. A trial version can be downloaded from dmgaudio.com.

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