Team R2R | 17 December | OSX: 12.6 MB | WiN: 12.3 MB
As a sound professional, there are times when you simply can’t afford to throw away a recording contaminated by noise and/or reverberation! An actor’s genius performance, a singer’s perfect vocal take, a musician’s moment of true inspiration: in all these cases you have to save the original sound. ERA-D is your new tool of choice for fast and efficient post-processing! Outside the protected environment of the studio, noise and reverb are simultaneously present and continuously interact with each other. The patented processing engine of accusonus ERA-D is well aware of that. ERA-D is the first restoration plug-in that simultaneously removes noise and reverberation by design and therefore provides unimaginable performance improvement over existing tools. Despite the complexity of the processing engine, ERA-D comes with an intuitive user interface to manage noise and reverb problems faster and more effectively than any currently available workflow. ERA-D automatically estimates reverb and noise and provides the means to reduce them with just two knobs, achieving high quality enhancement in less than a minute. And for those times where exhaustive focus on the details is needed, ERA-D offers a panel of advanced settings as well as the ability to surgically process across user-defined spectral bands.
Features: Patented processing engine Reduce both noise and reverb simultaneously, taking also into account their natural interaction
Dual mode Use the sound from magesy download your secondary microphones to improve the enhancement quality in your primary microphone
Automatic de-noise and de-reverb Obtain the estimation of noise and/or reverb adaptively, without the need to provide noise or reverb profiles
Multiple signal path options Take advantage of an unprecedented flexibility of internal signal routing.
Fast and easy workflow Reduce unwanted noise and reverb quickly and efficiently, using the two main knobs
Side Notes: R2R has decided to release some of their earlier INTERNAL releases to the public today