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TC Electronic PowerCore X8 Sonnox Edition

DSP Board from TC Electronic belonging to the Powercore series.

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PowerCore X8 is designed for high-end production environments where unsurpassed quality and processing capabilities are required, TC Electronic says.

It includes two Sonnox plug-ins - the Oxford EQ and Oxford Dynamics from Sonnox - in addition to 14 included TC Electronic plug-ins.

PowerCore X8 is designed to provide a massive amount of power, with 8 fast DSPs and oodles of RAM. PowerCore X8 comes with 14 included plug-ins, among them, the Dynamic EQ plug-in as well as the DeNoise plug-in from the acclaimed Restoration Suite package.

The combination of a floating-point Power PC with 8 Motorola DSPs are designed to ensure "tight integration into the native world while at the same time maintaining all of the advantages that DSPs offer for pristine signal processing."

With the introduction of the optional MD3 Stereo Mastering Package for PowerCore, even the most demanding mastering tasks, previously only known from System 6000, can now be performed with the PowerCore X8, TC Electronic assures.

Among the 14 virtual processors included, you get a collection of dynamics processing available, including a virtual Finalizer (Master X), Vintage Compression and a Voice Channel Strip, as well as the two TC-quality Reverbs, Modulation Effects, EQs, Synthesis and more. From the optional plug-ins from TC Electronic and 3rd party developers, you'll also find Restoration Suite and the System 6000 plug-ins for PowerCore, like the MD3 Stereo Mastering package and the VSS3 Stereo Source Reverb.

PowerCore X8 ships with PowerCore 3.0 software, which is presented as the biggest update to the PowerCore software package yet, with more enhancements and new features based on input from users, according to the company.

Check out TC Electronic for more info.
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