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Janos Buttgereit develops plug-ins not only full-time at sonible but also in his spare time under the name Schrammel. Recently he has developed OJD, a guitar distortion plug-in that you can download free of charge.
Profiles, presets … since these terms are easily confused, we will explain their differences in our plug-ins and show you the benefits of both.
John Nathaniel | Producer & Mixer
John Nathaniel Produzent, Songwriter, Mixer
Mix engineer Oliver Pinelli has 30 years of professional experience. Learn more about his career and how he uses the smart plug-ins by sonible.
Matthew Weiss | Pro Audio Tools, Weiss Sound
An A/B functionality, modifying wet/dry values, the freeze and infinite feature, the pre-filter EQ, and more… there is a lot to discover in smart:reverb. Learn more in this tutorial.
smart:reverb comes with great options to fine-tune your reverb. Not only the decay but also the spread and density of your reverb effect can be adjusted easily.
Are you wondering how to use the A.I. features of smart:reverb? In this tutorial we show you how to use them.
smart:reverb offers you two shaping options to change the behavior of the reverb’s decay – the Temporal Shaper and the Spectral Shaper Grid in the Particle Display. We show you how to use them.
The smart:reverb user guide contains helpful tutorials, so you’ll know exactly how to handle the plug-ins features.
It’s done! We proudly present smart:reverb. It is a source-adaptive plug-in that delivers custom-tailored reverb by adjusting its processing to the individual characteristics of the input material.
When we add the reverb we need to bring together technical aspects and affective intentions. Learn more about reverb components and things you should keep an eye on.
Composer and sound artist Steffen Krebber chose the bell tower of the Luther church in Cologne as well as the 3D-speakersystem IKO for the audio installation „The Modernist Anticlock“.
We are giving you answers to the question: Where exactly is A.I. helpful in creating the perfect audio track and where are its limits?
César Sogbe | Grammy-winning audio engineer