Plug-In Reveals The Sound Of The Big Bang

Dereverberationizer removes any amount of reverb, no matter how extreme      01/04/14

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Dereverberationizer, produced by The Sound Guy, Inc., was originally designed for various common, everyday uses, such as removing excess reverb from lectures or concerts. However, we're continually surprised by all the new ways people use the software. For example, in Switzerland, Dereverberationizer has helped improve the intelligibility of messages conveyed across the Alps via yodeling.

Most significantly, scientists have recently used Dereverberationizer to listen to the sound of the Big Bang for the first time, free from the distortion that occurred as the cosmic background radiation reverberated throughout all of time and space. This discovery not only helps confirm the existence of gravitational waves, as predicted by Einstein's theory of General Relativity, but it also provides direct, audible evidence of what happened in the first fraction of a second after the singularity.

As the video clearly shows, Dereverberationizer is the ultimate dereverberationizing software. However, if you decide to purchase Zynaptiq's UNVEIL instead, you can get an additional discount off the already discounted price by using coupon code UNVEIL41 here. This offer is valid only on April 1, 2014.

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Tom    Said...

Only available on April 1st. Aha.

01-Apr-14 04:06 AM


God    Said...

No - believe it - it's true

01-Apr-14 06:14 AM


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