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20 September 2005

MultiDynamics multiband dynamics processor

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Wave Arts have released MultiDynamics 5 as part of a major upgrade across their plug-in line. MultiDynamics is a multiband dynamics processor useful for mastering, noise reduction, volume maximization, sound design, and more. It’s one of five plug-ins in their upcoming PowerSuite 5 bundle; once all five plug-ins have been upgraded, PowerSuite 5 will leave the building.

Wave Arts describe this plug-in’s “powerful multi-band dynamics: use up to six compressors/expanders, each operating in a different frequency range. MultiDynamics 5 has a variety of uses including mastering, noise reduction, volume maximization, and sound design.” New features in MultiDynamics 5 include

  • Clean (for transparent sound) and vintage (for analog colorization and warmth) dynamics modes
  • Stunning visual interface design
  • Brand new presets and enhanced preset management
  • Up to 192K support

This is part of the soon-to-be-released PowerSuite 5, which Wave Arts say features “outstanding sound quality, more signal processing power, stunning visual interface design, and world class customer support at a tremendous value. These new v5 plug-ins cover the essential aspects of sound design, tracking, mixing and mastering. They are available in various bundle configurations and individually, so you can choose the package that best suits your audio needs. These plug-ins run on any Mac (AU/VST/MAS/RTAS) or Windows (DX/VST/RTAS) based audio/music production platform.”

1 Comment
  1. I downloaded the demos and will probably buy it. The sound is really really good on these. I think they needed more mixing presets on MultiDynamics5, but the 2 that are already on it pretty much cover it all. After using it on a few songs I was working on, it really improved the overall sound. $500 is not a bad deal, considering this bundle is worth its weight in gold. Recommended.

    Beta1 on 26 December 2005 at 6:43 pm

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