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The NS1 Noise Suppressor from Waves is a noise suppression plug-in with a single-fader operation. It can differentiate between dialog and unwanted noise and is designed for post-production, audio forensics, and musical applications.
The software instantly analyzes and adapts to the input signal in real-time, bringing the foreground into focus as it eliminates unnecessary background noise. It also features an attenuation meter which shows how much overall energy is being removed from the input signal.
Automatic adaptive real-time noise suppression
Intuitive one-fader control
Ideal for dialog, voiceovers, broadcast, music and more
Up to 24-bit/192 kHz resolution (Native) and 48 kHz (TDM)*
*For TDM use, Accel card required
Mono and stereo components
SoundGrid license compatible with MultiRack Native, StudioRack Native, MultiRack SoundGrid, StudioRack SoundGrid, and eMotion ST Mixer
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Mac Intel Core i3, i5, i7, Xeon OS X 10.9.5 to 10.11.4 10.8.5 for Pro Tools 10 only 4 GB RAM 4 GB free hard drive space 1024x768 minimum screen resolution (1280x1024, 1600x1024 recommended) USB displays are not supported as the primary display For Native plug-in use, host software that supports AAX Native, Audio Units, RTAS, AudioSuite, VST, or VST3 formats
Windows Intel Core i3, i5, i7, Xeon Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (all 64-bit) 4 GB RAM 4 GB free hard drive space 1024x768 minimum screen resolution (1280x1024, 1600x1024 recommended) For Native plug-in use, host software that supports AAX Native, RTAS, AudioSuite, VST, or VST3 formats