The agreement includes:
Also included are well as over 70 other algorithms, including mastering grade dynamics, equalization and saturation, audio morphing, re-synthesis, feature extraction and many other unique sound design algorithms. The transferred IP also contains an industrial strength batch processing framework.
Zynaptiq will provide existing users of the acquired titles with an upgrade path when software derived from or related to these products becomes available. Specifically, APEM users are eligible for a cross-grade path to Zynaptiq's UNVEIL de-reverberation plug-in, and will be contacted by Prosoniq in the following weeks.
Zynaptiq CEO Denis H. Goekdag, told Sonic State,"I'm more than happy to announce this agreement, as I've always been a big fan of Prosoniq's high-tech products. Combined with our MAP de-mixing engine, the technologies we've acquired put Zynaptiq in a very strong position, and we'll be creating many unique and exciting new products from that. One example is our UNVEIL de-reverberator, which is in part based on APEM."
Zynaptiq GmbH, based in Hannover, Germany, creates audio software based on artificial intelligence technology. Their current product portfolio includes PITCHMAP, a demixingbased real-time polyphonic pitch processor, and UNVEIL, a real-time de-reverberation and signal focusing processor.
Prosoniq GmbH, based in Karlsruhe, Germany, are the makers of the critically acclaimed sonicWORX Isolate Voice Extraction/Suppression software, the TimeFactory II Time- Stretching & Pitch-Shifting batch processor as well as the OrangeVocoder and morph plug-ins.