Sonnox Releases AAX Native Oxford SuprEsser

De-Esser and Dynamic EQ now available for Pro Tools 11 users      21/01/14

Sonnox has released an AAX Native version of their Oxford SuprEsser, which they describe as an incredibly powerful de-esser and linear phase dynamic EQ. A spokesperson told us, "We're delighted to have released an AAX Native version, which completes AAX compatibility for the popular Sonnox Elite Collection - the perfect bundle for anyone serious about mixing in Pro Tools 11."

Here's what Sonnox has to say...

The Oxford SuprEsser is both a very highly-featured professional De-Esser and a Dynamic EQ. There is a simple mode for quick fixes, but also an advanced mode for increased functionality and fine-tuning. The combination of an intuitive FFT display and three listen modes enables the user to easily see and hear exactly where the problem frequencies are, allowing the rapid reduction or removal of the offending audio. As well as being able to trigger the full band compression, only the offending frequencies can be carefully carved out. Since the SuprEsser can operate at all frequencies, 'plosives' and other annoyances can also be removed effortlessly, making it more than a simple De-Esser. Additional features include Automatic Level Tracking, Linear Phase Filtering and a Wet/Dry blend control for final balancing.

Features:

  • 64-bit compliant (AAX / AU / VST)
  • Highly featured professional De-Esser
  • Linear Phase Dynamic EQ
  • Transparently controls aggressive frequencies
  • Automatic Level Tracking follows energy levels (no need to automate threshold)
  • Large intuitive graphic display makes finding frequencies very easy
  • Full Spectrum Operation (20Hz -20KHz)
  • Three different 'Listen' modes
  • Very easy to use
  • Advanced Mode for ultimate control of the Dynamic EQ
  • Many creative as well as corrective uses
  • Presets giving good starting points

 

Pricing and Availability:
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