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AudioEase Speakerphone Standalone Plugin 103


AudioEase Speakerphone Standalone Plugin 103

I used the UAD plugins to EQ the original voice sound a bit which gave it a more pronounced front-end midrange. The UAD plugins also helped to round out the sound a bit and they’re very different from the TG master chain. It’s a little more interesting to watch the waveform in the plugins while playing around with the knobs, so that’s good. They don’t process with Q3U as much as an RME though, so that’s pretty good for me. I’m able to EQ the attack times and attack knob and the touch of vocal harmonics that UAD doesn’t seem to be able to deal with the same way the TG master chain does. The BAEQ gave me a more interesting sound with my vocals for the most part.

This is a big project for me and it turned out really great and I’m really happy with how it turned out. I bought the A2-1 mic set from my friend Karl Seidlein, whom I met at the 2013 Knuckles NMP. We think this is the best mic set ever, maybe even better than the Smomid mic set. I use it for pretty much everything I do now. It will give you about a 1dB of boost for mid-high frequencers. It’s really subtle, much more of a vocal mic, but it gives you a boost on the mid-highs that the Smomid doesn’t. I also got it connected to my 2i2 and was surprised how bright my vocals were. With this mic I’m using my OMC vinyl box for about 95% of my vocal work. I’ll still be using the Smomid with my guitar for mixing though, using the UAD or other plugins to give it a bit more character. I’ll likely take the dialogue down to three frames in the future from its default eight.

What’s coming in the pipeline next? I’ve learned the importance of letting a monthly podcast cycle start with a first release so I need to get back into recording and producing. So in my off-time, I’ll be working on converting some of the AudioEase Speakerphone presets into the Kontakt sampler. This is a huge space of sound design to explore and I hope to add some really nice new tools to the AudioEase Library, created by some of the best sound designers in the world.

Inside Speakerphone 2 you’ll find the bare essentials. A virtual radio tuner and virtual microphone that will play a digital version of your soundcard. There’s even a jingle generator. A 6-band parametric equalizer (EQ), a dynamics control (from zero to 10), and a standard 3-band EQ. And a unique sample routing plug-in that lets you route any one or more of your sample tracks, audio channels or audio buses, directly to an FX buss or chain. Even if you have zero experience with audio plug-ins, you can work with Speakerphone 2 because of its simple interface. We’ve packed all the features you need for serious DJ’ing. Even complicated setups can be created in just a few clicks. Speakerphone 2 supports stereo L,R,C sources and up to 8 mono tracks. It’s plug-ins are straightforward, and your imagination is all you need to create on-the-fly radio stations, tape machines, TV broadcast stations, cellular communications or just about anything else you can think of. All in all, Speakerphone 2 is one of the best ways to solve your «any-time, anywhere» voice communication problems. You get a complete audio entertainment system with a price tag that will fit within your existing studio budget. AudioEase Speakerphone is a powerful tool that gives you control over any audio channel, at any point in your project. It’s the only way to ensure your voice communications are as professional as they can be. To go with this comprehensive Package is a comprehensive Systems SoundCard. Our new KS speakerphones present your speakers and monitors virtually as though you are in the studio mixing with them. 5ec8ef588b


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