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The Premium Edition adds powerful features like spectral editing and support for immersive audio up to 7.1.2 channels. Equalize 2, Verberate 2, Restoration Suite 2, Mastering Suite and Extract:Dialogue are included.
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Acoustica offers support for state-of-the-art audio resolutions up to 32 bit and sampling rates up to 384 kHz, ensuring that all of your work comes across at the highest quality. Acoustica Premium Edition even supports multi-channel audio recording and editing such as 5.1 surround or 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos.
The new spectral editing mode in Acoustica Premium Edition 7 allows precise restoration work since processing can be limited to isolated regions in time and frequency. Selection tools such as brush, freehand or magic wand are available. The retouch tool removes noise based on a freely selectable reference from the surrounding audio.
High quality processing tools ranging from a new suite of dynamic processing tools to EQ and effects like reverb and chorus are integrated along with sample rate conversion, time stretching and pitch shifting. You can create chains of audio processors and apply or store them for later use. A powerful batch processor is included and VST, VST3 and AU (Mac only) plug-ins are supported.
Integrated audio restoration tools help you get the most out of recordings impaired by background noise, clicks, crackle, clipping or missing high frequency content. The Premium Edition includes the plug-ins from our Restoration Suite and Extract:Dialogue.
Mix audio from different tracks in real-time, insert audio effects or create cross-fades easily in multitrack sessions. You can loop or time stretch clips directly from the multitrack timeline and automate volume, pan and send levels.
The Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless are the best over-ear headphones we've tested. There's a newer version of these headphones available in the Sony WΗ-1000XM5, but the previous generation offers better price versus performance. These headphones have an outstanding active noise cancelling (ANC) system that can isolate you from a wide range of ambient noise. Their bass-heavy sound profile adds thump, rumble, and punch to your audio, which is well-suited for genres like EDM and hip-hop. While mixes sound muddy to some users, their sound can also be customized with a graphic EQ and presets in the companion app.
Out of the box, their fairly neutral sound is versatile enough for most kinds of audio genres. You can tweak them to suit your tastes using their companion app's graphic EQ or presets. They also support multi-device pairing, meaning you can stay connected to your smartphone and PC at the same time. They have a plasticky design, which can seem a bit cheap at this price point. That said, it helps them stay lightweight and comfortable enough for long listening sessions.
Out of the box, these headphones have a bass-heavy sound profile that brings intense thump, rumble, and boom to your mixes. If you prefer a different sound, their companion app has a graphic EQ and presets, so you can tweak it to suit your tastes. Like the Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless, they support LDAC codec, which is nice if you like to stream high-quality audio. Unfortunately, they have a different sound depending on whether you have the ANC on or off. With the ANC off, the audio sounds more hollow and thin than when the ANC is on. Some users have also experienced their unit's headband cracking with continual use.
The Anker Soundcore Life Q30 Wireless are the previous generation of the Anker Soundcore Life Q35 Wireless. While their microphone performance isn't as good, and they don't support the LDAC codec for streaming hi-res audio, their design is mostly unchanged, meaning you can expect the same comfortable fit for a budget price. Their multi-setting ANC also performs better than the Q35 Wireless, blocking our more rumbly bus engine noise. Like the rest of the Anker models on this list, they support multi-device pairing to up to two devices at a time.
If you're looking for headphones to enhance your audio experience, the Sennheiser HD 800 S are the best audiophile over-ear headphones we've tested. These headphones are different from the previous picks as they have an open-back design, allowing audio to leave the ear cup and interact with the space around you. The result is a wide, spacious, and out-of-head passive soundstage to help immerse you in your audio. They're not for everyone, as their high price point puts them well out of reach of more casual users, and you still need to invest in a good amp to power them if you don't already have it.
These over-ears have a very neutral sound profile and can reproduce vocals and lead instruments accurately, so it's suitable for different genres. Their open-back design means they lack some rumble and punch in the bass range. They have a premium build quality and a very comfortable fit, so you won't feel fatigued when using them for long periods. They also have excellent frequency response consistency, meaning once you achieve a good fit, you won't experience deviations in bass or treble delivery. They come with several additional accessories, including a USB memory drive and a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter, meaning you can connect them to a mixer or amp. They aren't designed for use outside your home or studio as they're open-back headphones, meaning they won't isolate you from ambient sound. Instead, they'll leak a lot of audio.
Even though audiophile headphones can be very pricy, there are still some mid-range options. The HiFiMan Edition XS may not be as comfortable or well-built as the Sennheiser HD 800 S, but they stand out from the crowd, thanks to their planar magnetic driver design. Compared to dynamic drivers, a planar magnetic design can improve soundstage performance and reproduce bass more accurately. That said, this makes their design bulkier, and if you have a small head, the ear cups can droop down your chin.
These over-ears have a well-balanced sound profile that can reproduce vocals and instruments clearly and accurately. Thanks to their open-back design, they can also create an immersive soundstage that feels wide, open, and natural. However, they're purposely designed to leak audio, so if you want to minimize audio bleed, or block out more background sound, try the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO. They're closed-back headphones, so they can naturally isolate you from some ambient noise. However, the tradeoff is that their soundstage feels less spacious, and their analytical sound can be quite piercing.
These headphones have a very comfortable fit, thanks to their large ear cups, which are well-padded. They also have a detachable audio cable, so if it gets damaged, you can easily replace it, and they come with a 1/8" to 1/4" adapter so you can use them on an amp. That said, there are parts of the build that feel particularly fragile like the padding, which can rip over time, and the swiveling ear cups, as they could break under moderate stress.
Waves is well-known for producing high-quality plugins and audio software, which come in a variety of versions and choices to suit a wide range of applications. However, any plugin that may improve the sound aspects or make the workflow easier is appreciated, and Waves Harmony is just like that. This useful voice harmony generator has a simple and beautiful UI with clear controls that are entertaining to experiment with in the recording studio or on stage.
The Harmony Engine is dubbed as a cutting edge amongst other audio tools as it utilizes automatic and physical control settings. However, it is the ease and convenience that stems from creating multiple harmonies with only one vocal file that gives the harmony engine its place on this list as one of the best audio plugins in the market today.
The fundamental purpose of Fluid Chords is simple: it allows you to fluidly bend chords from one to another. This is a really refreshing audio tool for quickly generating new, insane musical ideas, setting a benchmark that has not been covered in any similar effect.
However, both traditional hardware and software versions of this effect used to function by slicing the audio into many snippets and adjusting the playback rate. Extending the sliced audio lowers the pitch, whereas shortening it increases the pitch.
You can pitch-shift without changing the speed of the audio by using algorithms or plugins dedicated to it. For example, most DAWs today allow you to use the Elastique 2 or 3 algorithm, which supports pitch-shifting without timing changes and timing changes without pitch-shifting.
You can speed up your recording without changing the pitch by using an audio editor with the correct stretching algorithms. Audacity, OcenAudio, and Cakewalk by BandLab are three of the free audio editors that allow you to change the speed of an audio clip without shifting the pitch.
The controls in Scheps Parallel Particles are not about EQ, compression, or surgical tweaking. They are about attitude, energy, and the emotion you get listening to your track. With this plugin, an audio education is not a prerequisite; just twist the knobs and listen. This plugin gives you an alternate way of finding the sound you want without having to figure out which of the traditional tools will get you there. It is as much an attitude shaper as a tone shaper, so you can focus on how you want the track to feel.
These are seriously good reduction plugins for resolving many kinds of problems in the audio. They are simple, easy to use and have saved me from trouble more times than I can count. If you are looking for a capable and affordable solution for basic audio restoration duties, look no further.
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