LVC-Audio – Clipped-MAX v2.0.2 MODiFiED – R2R (VST, VST3, AAX, AU) [WiN.OSX x86 x64]

By | November 21, 2019

 

Year / Release Date : 10/22/2019
Version : 2.0.2
Developer : LVC-Audio
Developer’s site : LVC-Audio
Format : VST / VST3 / AAX (MODiFiED) AU
Bit : 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka : present
System Requirements :
OS X 10.8 or later
Windows 7 or later


Description : Clipped-MAX is a multifaceted instrument designed for a wide range of mixing and mastering – from thin to extreme. Clipped-Max includes 4 different clipping modules that can be rearranged for various effects. Clipped-MAX has a built-in minimum linear phase oversampling that increases to 128x.
Modules for Clipped-MAX include SHIFTER, STEREO, M-BAND and MASTER. The SHIFTER module is based on the predecessor of Clipped-MAX, ClipShifter. The limit threshold can be dynamically changed based on the input signal. The STEREO module divides the input signal into the middle and side channels, and each channel has separate limit controls before combining it into the left and right output signals.
The M-BAND module splits the signal into 2-6 different equalizer bands for a separate limitation. The clipping amount and clipping algorithm of each strip are separate and customizable. The MASTER module includes eleven different clipping algorithms, including the option of peaks between samples to control and stop peaks between samples.
Clipped-MAX Features
Changeable interface with changeable colors
Output Measurement – True Peak and EBU Options
AutoGain controls for objectively comparing processed and unprocessed sounds
Minimum and linear oversampling phase – up to 128x
Standard LVC-Audio features such as VU, peak and rms measurements, FFT spectrum analyzer, stereoscopic vectoroscope and mixing control

What’s new:
Version 2.0.2
Fix AU validation issue with certain versions of OS X
Improve spectrum analyzer accuracy
Add user option for selecting spectrum frames (higher resolution with larger FFT block sizes)
Version 2.0.1
Add Gain control for each band within M-BAND
New button to enable / disable clipping indicator in wave display
New button to change input meter to clipping meter
New option to turn visualizations off
Fixed issue with frequency bands overlapping in M-BAND
General improvements to algorithm processing speed, FFT speed, and oversampling speed

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