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Zynaptiq Unveil

Zynaptiq Unveil  ·  Source: Zynaptiq / Gearnews

Removing reverb is impossible? Not anymore! Zynaptiq Unveil does a remarkably good job at it, and it’s currently on sale. At almost 60% off the regular price, now is a great time to add the professional reverb removal and upmixing tool to your arsenal.

Zynaptiq Unveil is on sale

Getting rid of reverb or ambience used to be thought of as impossible. Once an audio signal was recorded, that was what you had to work with. This is a common problem in film post production, where sounds and dialogue are often recorded on location. If you found out in the mix that the recorded ambience didn’t work, you used to have very limited options for fixing it. And even in music production, the ambience from less-than-perfect recording environments could become a serious problem.

Zynaptiq Unveil addresses this issue using a proprietary, AI-based algorithm. Defying the laws of audio, the real-time de-mixing plug-in allows you to attenuate or boost the reverb independently from the source signal. You can also modify the reverb characteristics. And judging by the demo video, the results sound remarkably good, including the transients.

But that’s not everything. Unveil also lets you shift the focus to specific elements or details within the audio track. This allows you to make the main signal stand out above the “mud” or background noises, directing the listeners’ attention to the things that matter. And like the reverb removal, the process works both ways, so you can also use Unveil to “hide” details that stand out too much. With a bit of AI-based magic, Zynaptiq Unveil lets you do things that used to be impossible. Unfortunately, it’s normally quite expensive.

Price and compatibility

You can get Zynaptiq Unveil here at Thomann.de* for GBP 129 / USD 144 / EUR 159. That’s almost 60% off the regular price of EUR 379. This offer lasts until February 29, 2020.

The plug-in runs on macOS 10.8 or higher and Windows 7 or higher. It’s available in VST, VST3, AU, AAX and RTAS formats (32/64 bit). A trial version is available from the developer’s website. You’ll need an iLok account or dongle for authorization.

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