In the classic loudness war, music and radio producers have been trying to create their recordings as loud as possible and loudness normalization was introduced to stop that. Now one can see the start of a new loudness target war, where podcasters set their loudness targets higher and higher, mainly triggered by high target recommendations ...
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Subscribe 9 Conference,
we presented the first version of our new Audio Inspector:
The Auphonic Audio Inspector is shown on the status page of a finished production and displays details about what our algorithms are changing in audio files.
Linear Filtering Algorithms to avoid Asymmetric Waveforms:
New zero-phase Adaptive Filtering Algorithms to avoid asymmetric waveforms.
In asymmetric waveforms, the positive and negative amplitude values are disproportionate ...
Another year is coming to an end: time for
Krampus and Nikolaus to
rewards the well-behaved ones with gifts –
and to fix some remaining bugs from 2015 in our desktop apps :) !
Today we release version 1.7 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor and version 1.3 of the Auphonic Multitrack Processor.
We are happy to release version 1.6 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor and version 1.2 of the Auphonic Multitrack Processor with new features and bug fixes for Mac and Windows (see Changelog below).These are free updates, everyone is invited to download the latest binaries:
We just released version 1.4 of the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor with many new features and fixes, including a new preset system, much faster processing (parallelization), algorithm improvements and more.
Updates in Version 1.4
The following new ...
New Features in 1.3
In addition to support ...
Our Noise and Hum Reduction algorithms are now included in the Auphonic Leveler Batch Processor, version 1.2, on Windows and Mac. Note that this is a free update!
Auphonic Noise and Hum Reduction
The Auphonic Noise Reduction algorithms remove broadband background noise in audio files with slowly varying backgrounds.
First the audio file is ...
Finally we found some time to collect a few listening examples for our audio algorithms – thanks to all the people who provided audio files!
Everything is processed automatically and you can try Auphonic yourself with the unprocessed files and will get the same results.
The official Auphonic Audio Example page is here: Audio Examples ...