Sonible – smart:EQ 2 v1.2.1 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | November 16, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 09.2021
Version: 1.2.1
Developer: Sonible
Developer site: sonible
Format: VST, VST3, AAX* (*P.T from A.U.)
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured (install and run) | RET
System requirements: Windows 10 (64 bit), 4GB RAM, Intel Core, i5 CPU, OpenGL Version 3.2+ GPU, Microsoft Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable Package (x64)

Description: Simultaneously process up to six tracks at a time with 24 filters, M / S processing, intelligent states and more.
Sonible’s latest AI powered plug-in: EQ 3 billed as “the world’s first multi-track equalizer”. It is capable of analyzing multiple audio tracks to create spectral balance and remove unwanted resonances.
smart:EQ 3 has a similar interface to its predecessor, smart:EQ 2, with a new group view that uses cross-channel processing to correct conflicting frequencies for up to six tracks. With Group View, you can arrange the analyzed tracks into a three-level hierarchy to decide which ones will stand out in the foreground and which ones will play a supporting role. For example, you can place vocals at the top of the hierarchy, which is easily achieved using the drag and drop feature. This can be bypassed for a quick A/B check.
Smart: The Sonible engine is built into the plug-in to provide AI-assisted processing. According to the Austrian software developer, the artificial intelligence system is built on signal statistics, psychoacoustic principles and practical mixing experience with specific profiles for sound sources. With these features, tracks can be analyzed “with a single click,” according to Sonible.
After selecting a preset profile for an instrument, such as keys or drums, the smart: Engine is activated to listen to the sound, examine its properties, and automatically apply the smart:filter. Smart:filter quickly creates a spectral balance and enhances the tone of the selected instrument. You can then fine-tune the filter options to your liking, as well as choose from 24 standard filters. Mid/side processing is also available.
A Dynamic parameter has been added to smart:filter, which allows the filter to dynamically adapt to the incoming source material. This is available through the filter widget windows. Along with these features are linear phase and zero-lag filters for live EQ and post-processing.

New in version :
added peak-hold mode to analyzer
fixed stability issues with Ableton Live 10 (Windows)
fixed ambiguities when recalling profiles from presets
fixed automation issue when scaling a group of filter bands
various UI/UX bug fixes

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