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Sonoris Multiband Compressor
Sonoris Multiband Compressor
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As a multiband compressor, it offers you many options and features, such as 4 independent frequency bands (80Hz–16kHz), variable band width, with the ability to apply bandwidth limiting, limiting action, a gain reduction meter, an audio interface with variable low-cut filter, 3 high resolution gain reduction meters, 3 fully independent release modes (Auto, Linear, Auto-release), a 6 input auto-accept mode, up to 6 independent audio inputs and outputs, 32mm x 8mm gold-plated XLR output connectors, and SSL Drive Control with a zero-bus effect for optimum sonic quality, without distortion. The SMBC is equipped with high-resolution gain reduction meters, and a transfer graph to control all band processors independently, in real time, while listening to the monitor.
A Manley passive (unpowered) network is provided as standard for two independent signals (XLR and 1/4″ balanced), with three potentiometers to control the volume, hard or soft kinks and the compression/limiting (integral).
The SMBC can be used in mono or stereo operation.
The SMBC has 4 independent frequency bands with large bandwidths, and can switch them on or off individually. This allows for any bandwidth to be compressed into the frequency band, or the frequency band to be extended.
Bandwidth (band count) can be set from a minimum of 10Hz to a maximum of 16kHz, with a ratio of ¼.
At the minimum bandwidth band settings, the -3dB points of the bands are at 3.934kHz and 7.934kHz for the top and bottom bands respectively.
As the band count increases, the transition points of the bands will remain the same, but the bandwidth of each band will increase.
The band width can be increased further, up to the maximum bandwidth setting.
At the maximum bandwidth setting, the -3dB points of the bands are at 16.102kHz and 32.102kHz for the top and bottom bands respectively.
Compared to the highest bandwidth settings, the transition points of the bands will remain the same.
The transition points for the bands are kept in tact until the band count is increased again, to keep maximum natural transitions.
The minimum -3dB points for the bands are at 3.934kHz and 7.934kHz for the top and bottom bands, respectively.
As the band count increases, the transition points of the bands will remain the same, but the bandwidth
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The Sonoris Multiband Compressor (SMC) is a three band compressor/limiter with two high-resolution meter and a transfer graph. The three individual bands follow the Sonoris Compressor algorithm which allows for very accurate and effective usage. The three bands are created with special designed Linkwitz-Riley filters. If you want a more analog sounding sound the other options are to use RC envelope emulation or limited with two soft knees. In this way the SMC has very desirable analog like qualities.
Let’s start with the three bands:
* Band 1: Main compression band. This is where most of the compression effect is applied and its controlled by the slider.
* Band 2: This is where a warm sound is generated by an ENV emulation together with a fixed ratio knee. This is also a very popular way to apply compression to certain frequencies.
* Band 3: Low frequency compression band. This is the band with the soft knee.
In addition to these three bands there are three meters which allow for working in the MS domain:
* Main gain ratio meter. This is used for controlling the amount of compression and expansion in the band. It’s also used to control the ratio between the main compression band and the other bands. It’s very important to master this meter with respect to what you want and where you are in the mix.
* Band 1 ratio meter. This is how much ratio compression is happening in the band that corresponds to the main compression band. It should be lower than 1 so that the compression is the primary effect and not a side effect of the ratio compression.
* Band 3 ratio meter. This is how much ratio compression is happening in the band with the soft knee.
The SMC can also be used in mono, which is quite unique. The top two meters apply to the mono signals.
The SMC also features a saturation limiter which guarantees that the output level never exceeds the 0dB point. This makes it a safe limiter.
The meters of the SMBC can be used for two functions:
* the ratio meters are used to control the amount of compression (c.gain) or expansion (c.exp). They have a very usable scale where it’s possible to see if the meter is locked or whether it is moving.
* the gain reduction meters are used to see the amount of compression and expansion. When the ratio meters are locked to 1 the gain reduction meters are also locked to the
What’s New In Sonoris Multiband Compressor?
The Sonoris Multiband Compressor is a sophisticated multiband compressor offering three frequency bands for a very natural, analog like sound. The frequency bands are created with special designed filters to avoid phase cancellation problems. These filters are known as Linkwitz-Riley crossover filters and have a very natural, analog like quality. By design they mix back flat. Unlike linear phase filters they don’t introduce delay and are more efficient in use.
This makes it possible to select a combination of these bands to obtain an almost musical sound.
Transparency can be achieved by selecting auto-release and opto envelope emulation together with two soft knees. If a more warm sound is needed you can for example choose RC envelope emulation with a harder knee.
The SMBC has three high resolution gain reduction meters and a transfer graph, so you can actually see what you are doing. The ratio is allowed to be lower than 1 so it’s also an expander. Maximum ratio is infinity for limiting action.
The individual bands can also set to limiting, what results in a multiband limiter!
The output section of the SMBC also features a limiter. This guarantees that the output will never exceed the 0dB point. This limiter can also be used as an effect to “warm” up a signal.
The SMBC is able to process one channel only. With this feature, in combination with the Sonoris MS Codec, it is possible to perform very powerful processing in the MS domain.
– Transparent compression with two soft K’s;
– Multiband compressing, multiband limiter and multiband expander with a ratio of 0,1;
– Selectable periodicity or noise at the band gate.
The Spacecraft Compressor is a single channel compressor featuring a Linkwitz-Riley filter.
As a compressor it features three soft k’s and two optional hard k’s.
As a limiter it features a soft k’s.
This compressor can be used to compress one channel.
The ratio can be set from 0,5 to 5, if you want to control the ratio you can set the adjustable soft knee to “off” which results in a hard knee
You can also use the soft knee to set the compression. When setting the soft knee to “off” the ratio is used for a -4 dB soft knee.
A buffered release on the envelope with an R
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