Peak Limiter/Volume Maximizer
FinalPlug is a professional peak limiter/volume maximizer with extensive bit depth truncation and dither options, making it ideally suited for a final mix…. tame the peaks a bit, or really squeeze all the volume you can out of it.
Tame the peaks in your mix a bit, or squeeze as much volume as possible out if it. FinalPlug 6 provides peak limiting and volume maximizing as well as comprehensive dithering options to make this plug-in specially suited for mastering a final mix. Features a brand new limiting algorithm with auto release control for greater sonic clarity.
Feature highlights :
- Sonically transparent peak limiting, use as mastering limiter or volume/loudness maximizer
- Improved limiting algorithm with auto release control for greater sonic clarity
- Stunning visual interface design
- Enhanced preset management
- Mono to mono or stereo to stereo operation
- Bit depth truncation from 4 to 24 bits
- TPDF dithering
- Comprehensive noise shaping options
- Operation up to 192 kHz sampling rate
- Presets for CD and DVD-audio mastering and track compression
- OS X 10.11 and higher.
- A host program that supports the AU, VST3, AAX Native plug-in architecture.
- AAX requires Pro Tools 11 and higher
- 32-bit hosts not supported
- Windows 7/8/10
- A host program that supports the VST3 or AAX Native plug-in architecture.
- 32-bit and 64-bit hosts supported
All Wave Arts plug-ins operate as 30-day fully functional demos until authorized.
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What the Press says :
"Wave Arts couldn't have made Finalplug any easier to use... if used with delicacy, you can achieve totally transparent results and gain anywhere from 2 to 5 db in overall volume. Well done."
"Final Plug is one of the best mastering plugins I have ever used. Talk about simple - select the type of mastering session you are working on (CD, DVD, etc.), and just press "enter". Boom! Your music sounds like the "big boys"! If you need further fine tuning, it's there and as easy as it gets. Bravo to WaveArts for taking the "master" out of mastering and putting the "user" back in!"
Ted Perlman (Producer, Arranger, Composer)