Sonnox Broadcast & Post
Sonnox has announced the introduction of two Oxford plug-in collections geared towards the broadcast and post-production sectors.
Company Sales & Marketing Manager Nathan Eames reports Sonnox Broadcast is a collection of plug-ins specifically selected to provide broadcasters with a set of precision tools for processing audio. "We have bundled our popular Oxford EQ and Dynamics plug-ins along with the Limiter and its comprehensive metering; the Inflator to maximize loudness and the Oxford SuprEsser for correcting problematic frequencies."
Designed as a plug-in solution for audio post-production, the Sonnox Post collection includes the Sonnox Restore suite which features the DeClicker, DeBuzzer and DeNoiser plug-ins, along with Oxford EQ, Dynamics, Limiter, Reverb and the SuprEsser dynamic EQ.
Pricing & Availability
Sonnox Broadcast is offered at a 30% introductory discount until 31st October, 2010. The price during this period is £792 for TDM and Native is £405.
Sonnox Post is available at the 30% discount price of £1526 (TDM) and £1093 (Native) until 31st October, 2010.
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