V-Plugs Announces Emphasizer
V-Plugs has announced the release of Emphasizer, a sound designed to "offer a way to re-sculpt the sonic character of your audio material."
Emphasizer is described as the "young brother of the equalizer."
Unlike the standard equalizer, Emphasizer does not directly boost or attenuate a band of frequencies, according to V-Plugs. Instead it uses V-Plugs "Selective Dynamic Manipulation" technology (SDM), designed to bring presence and emphasize certain sound elements.
When treating a drum loop, you can emphasize and bring out the snare or the Hi-hat, when processing an acoustic guitar you can get more focus on the finger noise, or enhance the pick sound, according to V-Plugs.
- Unique powerful tool for tone shaping
- Support for sampling rates of up to 192 kHz
- Based on V-Plugs SDM Technology
- Three operation modes for different tone shaping missions
- Two filter types with two filter algorithms
- A/B comparison
- Optimized for native processors
Pricing & Availability
Emphasizer is now available as a VST plugin for Windows and costs €59.
More info at here.
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