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This powerful plug-in set for Pro Tools HD systems includes 4 products-in-one, including the 5-Band Equalizer plug-in, the Dynamics plug-in, the Inflator plug-in and the Transmod plug-in. This bundle offers a dramatic cost-savings compared to purchasing each of these plug-in products separately!
The OXF-R3 EQ for Powercore now brings the renowned Oxford quality to VST platforms. Featuring identical algorithms to both the R3 console and the OXF-R3 plugin for ProTools, the plugin unites careful design with excellent sound quality and artistic capability, to make this the only EQ you will ever need.
The Oxford Dynamics plug-in is modeled on the extremely flexible and capable unit used in the OXF-R3 professional mixing console. Resulting from many years research into professional dynamics applications, it offers separate Compress, Limit, Expand, Gate and side chain EQ functions, with full independent control of all parameters. Features such as selectable time constant curves and variable soft compress functions allow the user to confidently tackle all common uses of compression, from subtle unobtrusive level control and mastering functions to the production of great artistic effects. The use of a feed-forward architecture with logarithmic side chain processing, making use of look-ahead techniques, ensures exemplary sonic characteristics and dynamic accuracy, with an artistic capability simply unavailable from other single units, analogue or digital. This highly sophisticated and professional product has the power and flexibility to obviate the need for many of the separate applications most users keep for specific uses.
Dynamic signal level control has grown in complexity and popularity from humble beginnings to an essential part of the sound production process. Originally conceived as a method to automatically correct for performance variation and broadcast transmission limitations, dynamic control has evolved beyond this to engender whole artistic cultures and idioms, resulting from a continuous expansion of the artistic effects provided by such processes. As a result of these trends, many diverse types of compression mechanisms have been developed over the decades aimed at a very wide range of uses and effects. By providing an unusually wide range of control along with multiple timing laws and operational subtlety, the Oxford Dynamics section can achieve impeccable results in the widest range of uses, from sensitive almost imperceptible dynamic compression on vocals and programme to instrument harmonic enhancement and dramatic artistic sound effect.
The Inflator is a unique process that can provide an increase in the apparent loudness of almost any programme, without obvious loss of quality or audible reduction of dynamic range, yet avoiding damaging increases in the peak level of the signal. The inflator process can also bring power, presence and warmth to programme material and even provide headroom overload margin above digital maximum with a subtlety and musical character reminiscent of tube systems.
No matter how limited, compressed and crushed your programme may already be the Inflator will provide even more loudness, it will even add volume to a full-scale white noise signal or add musicality to previously clipped signals!
The Inflator was developed in response to requests from mixing and mastering engineers who are required to compete on the basis of the overall apparent loudness of their final results. Use the Inflator to produce louder mixes than you thought possible without overloads or compression pumping, or use it to add natural warmth and character to acoustic or jazz mixes. Use it on single instruments to add presence, softness and depth, or use it on percussion and drum tracks to produce amazing dynamic presence, tightness and volume.
The Sony Transient Modulator is an application that allows dynamic level of signals to be m