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Mid-Side Processing Added in Soniformer 2.2 Update

Voxengo's Soniformer is a mastering tool that allows the user to form and reform the sonic structure of any sound material by means of an extensive multi-band compression and expanding...

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May 28, 2004

Voxengo's Soniformer is a mastering tool that allows the user to form and reform the sonic structure of any sound material by means of an extensive multi-band compression and expanding.

Version 2.2 introduces mid-side processing modes. In MS mode Soniformer encodes L/R stereo signal into mid and side channels which can be then compressed or expanded as needed. After processing is performed, the M/S signal is converted into L/R signal.

Voxengo Soniformer features:

  • Spectral compression
  • Envelope-driven parameters
  • 32-band spectrum analyzer
  • Mid/side processing
  • Gain change meters
  • Stereo linking envelope
  • Stereo width envelope
  • Two level detector types
  • "A-to-B" comparisons
  • Factory presets
  • Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
  • Sample rates up to 192 kHz supported
  • Native assembler DSP code
  • 64-bit internal precision

Beside this Soniformer update, a new free plug-in called SPAN has been released. SPAN is an FFT spectrum analyzer with a variety of analysis modes.

For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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