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[NAMM] Eiosis announces the E²Deesser

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Eiosis has announced the E​²​Deesser plugin, as well as the Air and Earth modules for the Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack.

According to Eiosis, the E²Deesser was designed with ease of use in mind, while of course keeping the focus on versatility, reliability and power.

By aiming at simplicity with its two main parameters, and by giving access to innovative fine adjustments and precise sound sculpting options, the developer claims to have "combined the best visual feedback with the most advanced audio processing in one beautiful interface". The E²Deesser aims at meeting all the demands of the simplest to the most advanced de­essing.

But while it is simple enough to be used by (mostly) anyone, advanced users can use the equalizer for precise adjustment of the sibilant and voiced sound - a unique feature that brings greater flexibility as you can notch unpleasant resonances in the sibilants, add some Air on the voiced signal only, or gently boost high frequencies to balance mid range heavy sibilants.

Also, two modules are to be released for use with Slate Digital's Virtual Mix Rack. Their very names, Air and Earth, should ring a bell to AirEQ users: they are indeed VRM versions of the two extreme AirEQ filters - Earth in the low-end and Air in the highest part of the sound spectrum. While the Earth can boost the very low end of any track without ever sounding boomy thanks to its unique phase response, the Air provides smooth and silky high frequency adjustment to breathing life into any track. Additionally, the modules feature resonant HiCut and LoCut filters, with adjustable slopes from 6 to 36dB/oct.

While the Air and Earth VRM modules are to be released in the first quarter of 2016 (and will be included in all Slate Digital Everything Bundle subscriptions), the E²Deesser is not to be expected before Q2, 2016. In both cases, MSRP is still to be defined.

More to follow at www.eiosis.com.

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