A multiband limiter is a tool that could benefit your mixing style since it would allow you to juggle with various loudness levels and create nice effects. MUltraMaximizer is a piece of software that can offer all of that while also doubling as a multiband maximizer, just as its name implies.
Before anything else, it is worth pointing out that the audio plugin meets you with a user-friendly GUI, which comprises just a few knobs that let you control everything that happens in terms of loudness in your mix. Moreover, a flattened spectrum is included, and in case you want to apply more warmth to your sound, you should know that is an option.
Another aspect worth your attention is the tool’s saturation system, whose purpose is to help you enhance your music by adding an analog feel to it as well as by adjusting the loudness.
An advanced metering system is integrated into the multiband limiter and maximizer, with the classic meters along with the time graphs giving you more insight into your mix.
Surround support is also on the list of features, A-H presets can be used for comparison purposes, and 16x upsampling is a certitude.
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MUralMaximizer is a multiband maximizer. The tool can allow you to have excellent control over the separate frequency bands of your mix and apply to them different amounts of amplification depending on how loud or quiet you’re aiming to make them. The more bands you have set up, the more control you will have over your mix.
¿Limitation of dynamic range on per-band basis. ¿RFI reduction.
Multiband ¿Limiter ¿Maximizer.
Supports multiband audio.
Supports MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis and a number of audio formats up to FLAC.
Reduction of RFI.
System of K2-H presets for comparison with the original sound.
Time graph for precise monitoring.
Direct integration with all DAW and VST editors.
A-H functionality for a quick comparison of frequency spectrums.
Graphical user interface.
In terms of numbers, the metrology tool features include:
¿Limitation of dynamic range on per-band basis. You can decide whether to keep or reduce the dynamic range for each band and have them act like a separate maximizer, or you can individually pick the amount of amplification each one of them needs (in dB) and have them all act together like one. ¿RFI reduction. You can decide how much RFI reduction is going to be applied to each band, and also to the original mix. ¿Multiband ¿Limiter ¿Maximizer. As you might have already guessed, you can set up up to 8 separate bands, like so:
The tool comes with a system of K2-H presets for quick comparison with the original sound, which is a really useful thing to have for comparing the output of the tool with the original sound. This also makes it easier to set the correct amount of amplification for each band for a particular sound. ¿Supports multiband audio. The tool supports a number of audio formats and audio types, like so:
¿MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis ¿Supports MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis and a number of audio formats up to FLAC. As mentioned before, the tool can play audio in
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Today we take a look at TALiAprox. This compressor/limiter gives you a very flexible way to mix your music, while also being able to offer you loudness treatment.
In case you are not familiar with it, the compressor is a very cool and useful little plugin that comes with a limiter functionality. Being a limiter with a compressor function, it does some interesting things to your audio signals.
When it comes to its GUI, you can expect a kind of compact and easy-to-navigate interface that is characterised by a solid structure with the only essential elements. On the left you’ll find the band parameters, which are accessed through the band select button that is located in the upper-right corner.
More interesting is the Q controls panel, which includes all the controls that are relevant to compressing and limiting, such as gain ratio and minimum and maximum thresholds.
The threshold sliders, which are located below the Q panel, are very functional and can give you the desired control over your sound. Also, a striking feature is the internal crossover, which enables you to determine the frequency range for your compressing and limiting.
TALiAprox Plugin Features:
Today we present EZdrummer by AudioHeadz. This d.a.sy plugin is a must-have tool for every drummer, no matter if you are playing on acoustic or electronic drums. It is a very flexible and easy-to-use tool that can also be a great instrument if you want to start making beats.
A quick glance at the plugin’s interface shows you all the nice-to-have things you need. A connection tab with various inputs is part of the main window, along with control knobs that offer you gain control, input gain control, and an input mute control.
At the bottom you will find the metering system, which includes a tape zoom and a tempo, as well as a sync in/out option. Next to this, options such as adding some effects to your sound or using a simple template are on the list of features.
EZdrummer Plugin Features:
Today we have the premiere of Reaktor 22.214.171.124, the latest update of the flagship sequencer for creative DSP-inspired programming. This plugin has been redesigned for new users, and also it includes a whole bunch of major improvements, under the hood as well as on the GUI.
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It is worth pointing out that the tool includes the usual feature list for the software’s category that is simply a valuable tool, but when you look at the feature list provided by the software, one of the most interesting features is the multiband limiter.
Basically, this feature allows you to mix in various loudness levels while also preserving the balance.
• Meters: You can actually see the distribution of volume, which is something that you could get with the multiband limiter and maximizer if you’ve ever used this software before.
• MP3 support: The audio plugin is also compatible with MP3 files, so in other words, you can put any file format onto it and use it to play it for all purposes.
• RA: The limiters also include real-time adaptive compression.
• Reverb effects: The software’s sessions are based on reverbs that are able to simulate some of the most famous reverb effects out there.
• Surround: The software has support for 7.1, and unlike most of the other audio plugins, the software is able to take full advantage of this aspect, and it comes with advanced up-sampling rates.
• Time Graph: The tool is all about advanced time-based features, and this is yet another feature that you have to include in your toolkit if you’re looking to expand it.
• WFX: This is a feature that would be especially valuable if you work with music for games or movies, since the software can speed up the audio and help you make perfect FX sounds and explosions.
• XR: The software is able to separate the various audio streams as well as different roles in the mix.
• 16x upsampling: We all know that there is no point in having an audio player that is limited to FLAC or WAV, and that is why the software has advanced upsampling features that would help you play in any format without any problem.
The demo provides you with a detailed view of MUltraMaximizer’s features in case you’re having any difficulties when you try to install the audio plugin. It is a short video that lets you see the tool’s workflow in a live setting.
According to the demo’s general view, the tool is able to double as a multiband limiter and maximizer.
What’s New In MUltraMaximizer?
MUltraMaximizer is a tool that is able to help you set up your vocals in ways you have never been able to before. The software is designed to give you a global (or multiband) limiter in the form of a plug-in that will allow you to control the loudness of your mix in a relatively easy and user-friendly way, and without any further changes in your presets, you will be able to remove the unwanted peaks and make your mix sound better.
First of all, let’s define the tool: if we want to know it all there is to know about this software, then we have to start with the name. Although it has lots of uses, MUltraMaximizer should be named multiband maximizer as it is designed to help you maximise anything in the vocal range. This might seem like a silly thing to say, but MUltimaximizer allows you to bring up your vocal audio without having to adjust your highs or lows.
It is also worth mentioning that you don’t have to throw out those presets after using MUltimaximizer because they will stay in the system, but if you can’t use your flat for the entire time, you can remove it, if you don’t want to.
One of the features worth mentioning is the metering system, as it will help you keep an eye on the real loudness of your music, as well as give you a couple of meters to compare it to.
This is just one of many things that MUltimaximizer has to offer, and many people have already mentioned some other features that they believe are worth mentioning. Take a look at the software’s user’s manual to get the full details on its features.
MUltimaximizer Pros and Cons:
Has a very intuitive and user-friendly GUI that allows you to control various aspects of the plugin.
Work well with vocals.
The meter works as it should.
A considerable amount of free presets and A-B presets are offered for comparison purposes.
The highlighted meters can help you control loudness and reveal any peaks and dips.
The plugin does not offer linear dynamics.
The plugin’s manual is a little bit difficult to read.
This is all about MUltimaximizer, it is by far one of the best multiband maximizers. You can find it on their official website
OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz or AMD® Phenom™ II X4 940 Processor
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 660/AMD Radeon™ HD 7900
Storage: 30 GB available space
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