Old 12-09-2007, 10:09 AM   #1
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Default ReaFIR goodies... (a bump sort of)

In the noise reduction mode:

1) "hear only the extracted noise" (every other noise reduction plugin allows this)

2) external sidechain: expands or gates levels under threshold, but only if there are *accents* in the sidechain signal.

3) L-R contrast: the same as no.2, but between L and R (or M and S).

4) a "Har-Bal mode"
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Old 12-09-2007, 10:45 AM   #2
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+1 nice
but what is "Har-Bal mode" ???
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Old 12-09-2007, 11:37 AM   #3
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Har-Bal mode is a special dynamic EQ (or multiband ?) mode used by http://www.har-bal.com/ (here you will find a video tutorial).

At first I was very sceptical about their program (especially as it's not available as a plugin), but if you spend some time to learn how it works, you see it really works, and not only for pseudo-mastering, but also for processing individual tracks: for dessing, treble/bass enhancing, cutting mud etc.

it's an EQ where you declare what peak and average levels you would *want* to get (based or not on analysis of commercial tracks), and it processes audio dynamically to get these levels. So much better than older EQ-cloning applications. What's the most important, it doesn't do any "auto-magic" (unless you really want it to), but simply displays graphs you may modify by hand/ear.

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