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Crysonic SpectraPhy Pro V2 HD

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Software limiter from Crysonic .

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Crysonic has announced the release of version 2 of SpectraPhy V2HD, a limiter / maximizer effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

SpectraPhy V2HD is described as "a second generation Mastering grade look-ahead brickwall audio limiter / maximizer" and it is now a Multi-Band processor as well as an audio plug-in which can utilize the principals of mechanical physics for Audio processing.

New in SpectraPhy V2HD:

  • Second Generation Physics based Peak Limiting and Audio Dynamics Maximization.
  • Multi-Band Auto summing processor.
  • Individual Gain Threshold adjustment of L/R channels for all Bands.
  • Kalman Filter Based smoothing of peak transients.
  • Linear or Exponential modes.
  • Cross-Over filter frequency selection component.
  • Look-ahead Brickwall limiting Algorithm with no overshoots.

 

Pricing & Availability:

SpectraPhy V2HD is available to purchase at the introductory price of $58 USD (60% off) until June 28th 2011. Previous Crysonic customers are eligible to purchase for $29.95 USD.

 

For more information, visit Crysonic.

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