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Sunday, October 26, 2014

New Music Gear Monday: Audiomere Polarity Maximizer

Having trouble figuring the best positions for the channel input phase selections on your DAW? We know to set it to where you get the most bottom end, but as a session loads up with tracks, the possible combinations become enormous, so it becomes impossible to try all the possible combinations. Now a company called Audiomere has introduced a plugin that will automatically find the correct phase switch positions for you with its Polarity Maximizer.

Polarity Maximizer consists of a master and send plugin (there's one for mono and a different one for stereo) for each of the channels. The send routes the audio from the various channels to the master, which analyzes the audio and then uses a special algorithm to set the correct polarity for each track.

Polarity Maximizer also features a gain control on the send plug, and an additional low-frequency mode to emphasize the low-end if needed. There's also a pre-post A/B selection so you can monitor the changes in the sound.

The Audiomere Polarity Maximizer can work on up to 64 channels and is available in AAX, RTAS, VST and AU formats. It's currently available at an introductory discount of $49, and there's a 14 day trial available. Check out the example below and go to the Audiomere site for more.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Interesting. I wonder if the sound quality of the mix actually improves subjectively, along with the increase in level.


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