Waves presents X-FDBK feedback eliminator
Waves presents X-FDBK, a plugin designed to identify the precise frequencies that cause feedback and surgically cut them.
According to Waves, X-FDBK identifies the precise frequencies that cause feedback and surgically cuts them, dramatically shortening the setup time of monitors and PA speakers.
X-FDBK is announced as the first plugin ever to provide a complete automatic feedback suppression solution, providing a loud, clear and feedback-free mix in seconds for both FOH engineers and singers performing with a compact PA system.
X-FDBK is said to dramatically improve the “ringing out” process and shorten it to a matter of seconds, identifying the feedback frequencies quickly and precisely and cutting them with a narrow notch, preserving the fidelity of the wedge or PA and enabling to maximize the gain without getting feedback. All you need to do is turn up the levels on your wedges and PA until they start to feedback - then activate the plugin and wait a few seconds until you hear the feedback disappear. The plugin's graphic frequency spectrum shows all feedback frequencies and the degree to which they were cut, letting the user tweak them manually.
Waves' X-FDBK is available at the introductory price of $99 instead of $149. It is already included in Waves' Mercury, Pro Show and SD7 Pro Show bundles, and a free, 14-day demo is available. More details at www.waves.com.
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