MuSiCX will provide users with a dynamic parametric equaliser audio plugin featuring five adjacent bands seperated by filters of 2nd to 20th order. This multiband sidechain compressor & expander’ bands will provide envelope generators that can be controlled by prefiltered signals of any track in a project. Via internal host-independent side chains, the MuSiCX does the routing between the tracks. This particular audio plugin can also be used as both a mixing tool (to enhance a vocalist’s articulation) as well as an effect (a drum track synth pads pumping or “more intelligent” ducking). Furthermore, MuSiCX will allow you to use it as an equaliser and even the “usual” multiband compressor.
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MuSiCX has an unusually wide usable range for a compressor but this is partly because of its huge number of band divisions. This means you can pre-set all five bands to just the right companding and balance. If, however, you set the bands to completely different values, the compressor can be used on any track, not only a pre-chosen one. It can provide a great amount of control over ‘Dynamic effect’ compression. MuSiCX will automatically select the correct bands at load time. They can be selected in the Effect Wizard in the Audio Chain Tree for the selected track. You can also change this later via the user menu. The centre point of the compressor can be set in the companding menu as well as the gains. So, if you change companding, the gains and the centre point will change too. The compressor will respond slowly to fast changes so it is more likely to be used in the ‘normal’ mode rather than the ‘Tonal & Companding’ mode. For even greater control you can choose between the ‘Center Cut’ mode and ‘Band Tracker’ mode in the companding menu and you can also select ‘Bands Only’ compression by limiting the compression to just the band selected. Bands can be set as: 1st order filters are most common and often used. 2nd order filters are slightly more complex in terms of their usefulness but they can be used to compensate for large differences in levels. 3rd order filters will help reduce low level differences between two or more tracks. 4th order filters will help reduce medium level differences, that is, the differences between tracks in the mid to high parts of a song. 5th order filters will help with very large differences in levels. Side chain bands are cool for particularly soft tracks: Add 1st or 2nd order filters to the side chain band and control their shape from the 1st or 2nd side chain bands. The user menu also contains a set of buttons which can be used to create Wav files. The resulting file can be further processed using the Band Tracker feature or the user can do it manually. Requirements vst plugins are cross platform running on PC, MAC and Linux operating systems and can be also used within host applications, eg. VS Pro or Cubase. Users do not need to own an apple TV to make use of the Applications functions that the apple TV provides.
What’s New In MuSiCX?
• 5 adjacent bass-up/down bands, each with a 3rd-to-20th order highpass Lowpass, Bandpass or Lowess filter • 1 band of Low-Pass Filter • 3x/1x Tripple-Mode Level Compression (with a 10dB linear threshold) • 1x/3x Out-of-Passband gain • 6x/3x/1x Mix Send (with an additional parallel mix send to main mix send) • Blendable Knee compression (linear) • Independent compressor Band (with filtering) • Prefilters and Envelopes (to select the right band) • Inter-/Intra-Track connectivity • Internal Presets (with 6/3/1/Off) • Host-independent routing to external VST • Host-independent automation options MuSiCX Features: • Drummers: o Stereo low and high bypass (bi-directional) o Mono/Stereo high/low bypass o Roll off o Lower 6.fdb o Higher 4.5db o Higher 6.5db o Higher 10db o High EQ 8.0 db o Low EQ 4.0 db • Snare: o Stereo high/low bypass o Mono high/low bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Low-Percussion: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Horn: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Guitar: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Guitarr: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Bass: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db o Off • Leslie: o Stereo high bypass o Mono 6.0 db o Mono 8.0 db o Mono 10.0 db
Minimum: OS: Windows XP Processor: 1.8 GHz Memory: 1 GB Graphics: ATI Radeon 9250, NVidia 9600 GT or similar DirectX: Version 9 Hard Drive: 20 GB Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Recommended: OS: Windows 7 or later Processor: 2 GHz Graphics: ATI Radeon 9500, NVidia 8600 or similar DirectX: Version 10