NuGen Audio NuGen Complete Master Edition 12 2010 & VisLM 1.b.10 VST RTAS
NuGen Audio NuGen Complete Master Edition 12 2010 & VisLM 1.b.10 VST RTAS | 22.2 MB
The Complete Master Edition include: Visualizer VST, SEQ 1 and SEQ 2 Master Edition VST, Monofilter VST, Stereoizer VST, Stereoplacer VST, Line-up VST, And three documents which are available registred users.
If you find your production work can be slow and difficult, imprecise or arbitrary. Problems are difficult to track down and mixing can become a strange balance of guesswork and intuition, then you need some better tools.
SEQ 1 and SEQ 2 Master Edition
The NuGen Audio SEQ series, unlike many digital EQ’s, is linear phase. This means that the phase shift is linear across the frequency spectrum, resulting in a natural sounding EQ change, and producing minimal phase artifacts. Traditional EQ algorithms employ a mathematical technique known as IIR (Infinite Impulse Response). Whilst this provides low CPU usage and is relatively simple from a mathematical point of view, there is an important side effect known as Phase Warping. Digital EQ utilising the classic the IIR approach distorts the relationship between frequency and phase. The computational algorithm employed in SEQ1 is based up on FFT (Fast Fourier Transform Analysis). This is a much more involved process, involving transformation of the audio data into the frequency domain, before applying frequency related computations and then transforming back into the temporal domain. The advantage of this process is that the frequency and temporal relationship remains intact — linear phase transformation. The benefit of this method is that linear phase adjustments sound clearer, it is possible to create a much more transparent EQ using this technology. Phase Warping also affects the clarity of transients, as it causes Phase Smearing. Linear Phase calculations avoid this limitation, producing a sharper audio image.
Used and trusted by producers the world over, MONOFILTER grabs hold of your bass and secures it solidly within your mix. Intuitive controls allow you to quickly anchor the power, whilst retaining the essential character and perceived spatial characteristics. MONOFILTER brings back the centre of your bass, so easily lost through stereo effects processing, synth sound generation, unwanted phase inconsistencies and live recording mic. bleed. Our market leading features now give you clear control over stereo spread, transition and phase alignment, and the unique WYSIWYG interface gives you clear and exacting visual feedback.
Designed for adding adjustable stereo spread to mono or stereo input signals Stereoizer gives you the controls you need to take your sounds into new dimensions. With mono-compatible features and dynamic control for a shifting stereo image, Stereoizer 2 can generate the full range of stereo enhancement, from subtle depth control to full dynamic shifting and phase realignment. Great for percussion parts, lifeless pads, static lead sounds – anything that needs that little bit extra.
Adjust the position of percussion sounds in a stereo loop, or add stereo positioning to mono samples, placing frequencies exactly where you want them. Stereoplacer gives you control that is simply not available within a traditional mix setup. Stereoplacer is a fine-tune parametric EQ with the addition of stereo positioning controls. This allows you to tune each band into specific frequencies and move the frequency content around in the stereo sound stage. You can also apply different amounts of cut and boost to the Left and Right channels, or allow Stereoplacer to keep the balance of the original sounds while you choose the position.
Also, we included:
Line-up is a delay unit, specifically designed to allow rapid and simple sample-accurate delays to be set-up with minimum CPU overhead and screen imprint. Delay time automatically steps through powers of two to allow rapid dial-in of frequently required numbers. Double-click allows direct numerical entry and holding down shift whilst click-dragging steps through in single samples. Although primarily intended as a line up tool for misaligned tracks (no host PDC, phase re-alignment, long mic/speaker recording delay, etc.), Line-up can also be used as a send effect to create very precise chorus, phase and doubling effects.
And three documents which are available registred users.