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The De-Verb from SPL is a plug-in based on the company's Transient Designer processor and basically allows for reducing any reverb events. The possibilities for studio and live applications are seemingly endless when reverb curves of any sound event can be very simply reduced to decrease ambience and reverb-tails.
This different approach allows for foregoing the setting of a threshold level, with other parameters set automatically and in a musical manner as they follow the characteristics of the input signal. An output gain control compensates for level changes after processing the signal, providing a simple and safe adjustment of levels while helping avoid any clipping.
Shorten the sustain period of a snare or a reverb-flag in a very musical way to obtain more transparency in the mix
Shorten toms or overheads without physically damping them
Adjust the apparent "distance" of the microphone by simply varying the reverb reduction values
Perfect alternative to noise gates
For a solid and driving rhythm track just fine-tune the reverb reduction control to make sure that the room microphone envelope ends more or less exactly on the desired upbeat or downbeat
Make acoustic guitars sound more intimate and with less ambience
With a sluggishly played bass track, apply reverb reduction until clear gaps can be heard between the downbeats and the legato will turn into a nice staccato, driving the rhythm-section forward
Even out the ambience of tracks recorded and mixed in different studios
Support of mouse wheel control for adjusting rotary controls - place cursor over a control and move the scroll wheel to adjust the setting
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Mac OS X Intel CPU only (2 GHz or higher recommended) OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or higher 2 GB RAM Display resolution of 1440 x 900, 1280 x 960 or higher Audio Units, AAX Native, RTAS, VST2.4, VST3 compatible host (Pro Tools 9.0 or higher)
PC Intel-compatible CPU with SSE2 instruction set (Pentium 4 compatible or higher with at least 2 GHz processor recommended) Windows XP or higher 2 GB RAM Display resolution of 1440 x 900, 1280 x 960 or higher AAX Native, RTAS, VST2.4, VST3 compatible host (Pro Tools 9.0 or higher)