ADAPTIVERB Updated to Version 1.2.0

June 8th, 2019: We've updated our harmonic tracking resynthesis reverb ADAPTIVERB to version 1.2.0.

This free update is recommended for all users and provides 75 new artist presets by renowned sound designers Simon Stockhausen and Julius Selbachvalue-locking for various parameters, and GUI zooming, and fixes all known issues.

What's new in v1.2.0:

  • 75 New Artist Presets: ADAPTIVERB 1.2.0 comes with 75 new artist presets created by renowned sound designers Simon Stockhausen – maker of Colored Spaces for ADAPTIVERB – and Julius Selbach. They include drones, harmonic contour filter based resonant spaces, and general purpose reverbs.
  • Value-Locking: Want to step through presets while leaving Dry/Wet at the value you just set it to? Now you can – simply engage the Dry/Wet Lock and that slider won't budge. And you can lock the Live and Preview mode switches, too.
  • GUI Zoom: Whether you're using a 5k display and need the plugin to be bigger, or running on a small-ish laptop where every pixel counts – the new GUI Zoom functionality saves the day by allowing to scale the UI in a range of 70-200%.
  • Fixes Galore: We've fixed pretty much all known issues, the most annoying one being that the sort order of presets was all over the place on APFS-formatted SSD Drives on macOS – no more!

The update is available now on the ADAPTIVERB downloads page.

UNFILTER Updated to Version 1.3.0

May 22nd, 2019: Our adaptive precision EQ UNFILTER has been updated to version 1.3.0.

This free update is recommended for all users and provides 154 new presets, a new preset manager, various user interface updates, and numerous smaller under-the-hood fixes and enhancements.

The update as well as a detailed change log are available now on the UNFILTER downloads page.

WORMHOLE Updated to Version 1.0.4

March 25th, 2019: Our multi-effects processor WORMHOLE has been updated to version 1.0.4.

This free update addresses all current known issues and is recommended for all users.

The update as well as a detailed change log are available now on the WORMHOLE Downloads page

INTENSITY Updated To Version 1.2.0

Hannover, July 14th, 2018: We're happy to announce that INTENSITY has been updated to version 1.2.0. This free update is available now and recommended for all users.

What's new in v 1.2.0:

  • New OUTPUT MONITORING SOURCE selector allows quick switching between input, output and loudness compensated output signals.
  • The new loudness compensated monitor path is based on continuous loudness measurement.
  • New INPUT GAIN control with a range of +- 24dB.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause instabilities in some 32bit configurations.

The update is accessed through the product's downloads page

New World Cup Horn Suppressor Enhances Transmissions for Denmark’s TV2

Hannover, July 3rd, 2018: We're happy to announce the immediate availability of the World Cup Horn Suppressor plug-in for the VST, AAX and AU formats on macOS and Windows.

 The multi-channel plugin allows suppressing the droning sound of compressor horns, popular at the Russian soccer games, in real-time, leaving individual “honks” and other stadium ambience as well as commentary virtually untouched.

This is made possible using a technology known as source (signal) separation, a.k.a. de-mixing, where state-of-the-art artificial intelligence techniques are combined with precision filtering to “unbake the cake”, providing after-the-fact access to the different sounds that make up a mix. Zynaptiq is a leading developer and pioneer in this field.

Already in use at Denmark’s TV2 for their World Cup game transmissions, World Cup Horn Suppressor is available now to broadcasters that apply for a free 3-month license.

“We were getting complaints about the compressor horns being too dominant in the audio of our World Cup transmissions, and there really wasn’t a lot that could be done about that with traditional tools.” said Jens Lyd, sound engineer at TV2, Denmark. “So we contacted Zynaptiq – and within days, they provided an easy-to-use solution that quite simply completely fixed the issue for us.” 

World Cup Horn Suppressor supports all common sampling rates from 44.1kHz to 192kHz depending on available CPU resources, mono, stereo, LCR, quad, 5.0, 5.1, 7.1 and multi-mono operation, as AAX native, AU, RTAS, VST 2.4 and VST 3, on Mac & Windows.

For more information please visit the product website at 

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