Edit natural reverb
Isolate and remove room modes
Closer to the source
Often enough when interviewing, the recording microphone got placed too far from the source; or the grand piano turns out muddy because too much reverb was recorded. In these situations, proximity:EQ+ lets you draw the voice significantly closer and give the muddy piano a crisper sound in postproduction.
Add space to the mix
Of course it is also possible that the microphones ended up getting too close to the sound source. Your mix then lacks spaciousness. proximity:EQ+ seamlessly distances the sound source without affecting its original character. This makes your entire mix more transparent and opens new ways of creating sonic depth.
Optimal room acoustics at the touch of a button
Even when you meticulously plan a setup and perfectly position the microphones – the acoustics of a given room simply are what they are. The sophisticated technology of proximity:EQ+ opens entirely new possibilities for amending detrimental room modes in post-production while leaving the direct sound entirely untouched.
plug-in formats (Mac)AU, VST2 (Universal Binary), AAX
plug-in formats (Windows)VST2 (32/64 bit), VST3, AAX
supported samplerates44.1 kHz to 192 kHz
authorizationmachine-based or iLok (see FAQ)
RAMat least 4 GB (recommended)
CPUat least intel DualCore i5 (recommended)