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[Musikmesse] SPL DrumXchanger

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SPL has announced that it will be launching five new products at Musikmesse 2010, including the new Analog Code plug-in "DrumXchanger".

If you are going to Musikmesse, you can visit the SPL booth and take a look (B 82 in Hall 5.1).

DrumXchanger is designed to optimize or replace drum sounds in a mix. A Beta Version will be released at Musikmesse (which starts tomorrow - March 24). It will be available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, VST3, AU and RTAS plug-in formats. Pricing has not yet been announced.

DrumXchanger Features:
  • Optimizes or replaces drum sounds in a mix.
  • Replaces samples phase-accurately.
  • Transient Designer technology for level-independent recognition.
  • Recognizes all drum hits faithfully, including the faintest ghost notes.
  • Included:
o Two complete Transient Designer processing stages.
o High-quality 24 bit/96 kHz SPL sample library.


The other four new products (hardware):
  • Transpressor: The dynamic processor.
  • RackPack 4: RackPack frame for four modules.
  • Dual-Band De-Esser: RackPack module against sibilance.

M/S Master:
  • Adjustable separation of L/R signals into middle/side signals.
  • Frequency filter for bass and room ambience control.
  • Stereo width control.
  • Inserts for external processors. Switch your outboard from stereo to M/S processing – with a single button and without cabling.

Transpressor:
  • Transient Designer & Twin Core Compressor.
  • Both modules can be used in any order.
  • Transient processing starts at the limits of compression, e. g. to emphasize dynamic structures in spite of compression.

RackPack 4:
  • RackPack 4.
  • Mounting frame & power supply for up to four modules.
  • Compact, portable and more affordable.
  • Lateral handle, fitting system for a 19-inch rack included.

New RackPack module: Dual-Band De-Esser:
  • Kicks "S" with phase cancellation technique.
  • Extremely sound-neutral.
  • Increased effectiveness and targeted processing with high and low band.
  • Auto-Threshold keeps processing level constant even at varying microphone distances.
  • Male/Female mode perfectly adapts to male or female voices.

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