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IZOTOPE, INC. is pleased to announce that Adobe® Systems Incorporated of San Jose, CA is licensing iZotope's multiband compressor technology for integration into Adobe's premier audio application, Adobe Audition® 2.0.
The Adobe Multiband Compressor is now available as a standard feature in Adobe Audition 2.0, an integrated audio recording, mixing, editing and mastering application. A single-band version of the plug-in is available to customers who register the product.
"Adobe leads in enabling users to achieve clarity and definition for digital audio files and iZotope's DSP compressor technology has been instrumental in our improvements in Audition 2.0," said Hart Shafer, senior product manager at Adobe, "iZotope's cutting-edge technology helps our customers get professional results when recording, mixing, or mastering in Adobe Audition."
The Adobe Multiband Compressor features iZotope signal processing and offers four-band dynamics, a multi-mode limiter and an output gain stage. Full control over all parameters as well as a number of presets make dialing in the desired sound or effect quick and easy. Its interface features a unique multiband spectral display, level meters and gain reduction meters giving the user instant feedback of ongoing processing. Its processing algorithms are optimized for low latency, real-time use while full parameter automation adds to its flexibility.
"Adobe has been a leader in all forms of media production for years," comments Mark Ethier, CEO of iZotope, Inc. "Our technology compliments Adobe's powerful set of audio tools by enhancing the overall audio experience, no matter what type of production one is doing."