Voxformer version 1.3 is now available for download. Voxengo Voxformer is a multi-functional vocal channel strip plug-in in PC VST format. This newer version introduces an RMS difference counter which displays the difference between the input and output RMS power which in turn allows you to do quick make-up gain adjustments.
The "Auto" quality mode has been added. In this mode Voxformer automatically selects the Normal quality mode for real-time processing and the High quality mode for offline/bounce processing. This version update also features several minor performance optimizations.
The most significant improvement of this update is a newly introduced de-esser algorithm type 2 which offers the user a totally different de-esser sound to that of the previously available de-esser algorithm. Now, having two de-esser types it should be possible to get a good quality vocal de-essing in most situations.
Voxengo Voxformer features:
- Two built-in vocal compressors
- Switchable crossover
- Gain reduction meters
- 4-band equalizer
- Real-time FFT spectrum analyzer
- Asymmetric compression
- Vintage saturation module
- De-esser module (2 types)
- Presence boosting module
- Noise gate module
- High quality mode
- "A-to-B" comparisons
- Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
- Any sample rate is supported
- Factory presets
- 64-bit internal precision
- Native assembler DSP code
Voxengo Voxformer VST is available on-line for USD 59. For more information and downloads please visit the Voxengo web site: http://www.voxengo.com
Aleksey - thanks for the update !
A little off the subject...about the 64bit internal precision. I'm using Sonar4 and Adobe Audition which both use 32bit float internal busses. I'm thinking this is over kill, hehe - do I need to put a dithering plugin after your 64bit plugins so I don't loose too much if the app just truncates your extra precision?
Any thoughts about this - big deal or small deal ? Don't worry about it ?
OK - thanks Aleksey.
Your 64bit plug-ins sound very good. I meant that my concern about dithering down to 32bit from your 64bit processing was probably overkill...
It looks like I don't need to worry about it then.
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