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December 2, 2004
Voxengo has released Voxformer version 1.4, a PC VST format vocal channel strip plug-in.
Perhaps the nicest feature of Voxformer is its one-knob vocal compressor. Using only a single knob, you can get a tight, open vocal sound in no time. You do not have to worry about common ratio, release, attack and make-up gain controls since they are automatically selected by the advanced compression algorithm.
This update fixes various minor issues found so far. Also an issue with the De-esser has been fixed. De-esser's gain reduction meter range has been increased to 10 dB to allow for better monitoring of de-esser's operation.
Update also implements output clipping indicator which will turn red whenthree sequential clip incidents were detected on any of the output channels.
Voxengo Voxformer features:
Voxengo Voxformer VST is available on-line for USD 59.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com