Wavesfactory – Quantum v1.0.0 – R2R (VST, VST3, AAX MOD) [WiN x64]

By | December 2, 2021


Year / Date of Issue: 09/16/2021
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: Wavesfactory
Developer site: Wavesfactory
Format: VST / VST3 / AAX (MOD)
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: present
System requirements: Windows 64-bit, versions 7, 8 or 10.

Description: Quantum is an audio plugin that divides the audio signal into attack and sustain parts.
With 16 built-in high quality effects that can be applied independently to each path.
Quantum redefines what is possible in transitional formation.
In addition to the transitional shaper
A transient shaper is an audio processor that can increase or decrease transients or tones in a signal. It has become an indispensable mixing tool in every studio.
Quantum automatically detects and classifies your signal’s transients, dividing the sound into two paths: attack and sustain. The level of control you now have is unmatched, giving you the ability to add effects to each path separately before combining them together.
When dealing with innovation, we find it difficult to categorize our own creations. Is Quantum a Transitional Shaper? In a way it is, but when you compare it to a regular transient shaper, you are losing out because it is so much larger. Quantum is innovative and doesn’t fall into a simple category.
Intelligent transient detection
At its core, Quantum is a modern transient shaper. We use this technology to automatically detect transients. This way we get more natural results without artifacts than other methods that can sound digitally and are full of artifacts.
Quantum eliminates the need for a threshold parameter that you would have to set for each track. This way you can work faster and get flawless results.
Endless possibilities
Quantum is not a one-trick gimmick, quite the opposite. Think of it like a toolbox. It’s a comprehensive set of tools that allow you to control, distort, manipulate, and completely transform your tracks.
EQ transients, change the pitch of the drums without losing attack, reduce explosive vocals, why not just use explosive equalizers? Add reverb to just the attack of your drums for a clearer, clean room feel. The possibilities are truly endless and we are confident that you will come up with new uses that we cannot imagine right now. Be creative!

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