The Polarity Maximizer updated on Mac
Audiomere has released a small update for its Polarity Maximizer phase processor plug-in. This version is intended for Mac users.
Upon user requests, Audiomere reworked the Mac version of its Polarity Maximizer plug-in so that it can run on computers equipped with older Intel processors. With this version 1.0.2, all the Mac Intel-based versions are now supported.
Released in July for both Mac and Windows in VST, AU, RTAS and AAX 32 and 64-bit, Polarity Maximizer is a multitrack processor that analyzes multiple tracks in a global controller and automatically adjusts the polarity of each track.
The plug-in inserts into each track and the global controller performs the analysis after playback. it uses a signal processing algorithm that determines the optimal polarity and ensures, according to Audiomere, for maximal RMS output level for the combined tracks.
- Works with both mono and stereo tracks
- Normal mode allows for processing up to 64 tracks
- Fast mode for a virtually unlimited number of tracks
- Stereo Link mode for polarity matching and mono signal processing of a stereo track
- Gain control with dB FS meter available on DAWs with pre-fader inserts
- Additional mode to process low frequencies
- A/B comparison
- Supports SSE/AVX and multicore processors
Polarity Maximizer is available for $99 and a trial version can be downloaded from www.audiomere.com. Version 1.0.2 is free to registered users.
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