BARK Not Worse Than Its Bytes

Virsyn’s BARK Multiband Filter offers critical band equalization and compression      29/05/08

BARK Not Worse Than Its Bytes


Virsyn have announced BARK - The Multiband Filter. Here’s what they have to say about it…
The multiband filter BARK takes the approach to match the reception characteristic of the final destination of all sound: the ear. The ear behaves as if it contains a bank of filters, each filter passing frequencies within the critical band. Two tones separated by more than a critical bandwidth are received by the ear independently. For this reason BARK contains a filter bank with 27 bandpass filters matching the critical bandwidth.
In fact, the human ear also has its own built in compression system which are based on the critical bands. Consequently BARK incorporates an independent compression algorithm for each of its 27 bands.

Features
  • 27 Bark band Equalizer/Compressor
  • Linear phase precision filters for maximal transparency
  • +24 / -48 dB gain change rate per band
  • Surround operation with channel link/unlink
  • Minimized latency ( 12 ms )
  • Real time pre/post processing spectrum display
Pricing and Availability:
From now till June 30th 2008 you can buy BARK for EURO 99 instead of EURO 169. More information:



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