Flux :: Solera II
According to Flux, Solera is the result of much thought on the control of the sound dynamics, carried out for many long years by the FLUX team.
How to reconcile criteria as divergent as the absolute control of dynamics, the respect of the nuances, the absence of distortion, the exhaustiveness of the parameters? How to improve user’s friendliness?
According to Flux, Solera is the ultimate plug-in as regards broad band treatment of dynamics.
It combines four sections of treatment working in parallel and a stage of detection including unique technologies. Mainly intended for the mastering and the re-mastering, Solera also appears as fit for mixing classical music as for inserting a voice or an electric instrument.
Solera has been improved to reflect the last evolution of our algorithms which have been enhanced during the Alchemist development. Now, it features an external side chain management. Hysteresis Threshold, Max Hysteresis, Hold, Detection Mode, Dynamic Profile, and a variable knee soft clipper are the new implemented features. Note also that this serious upgrade is free of charge for customers.
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