New from Nugen Audio at this year’s NAMM Show will be SEQ-ST, a linear phase spline EQ with powerful sonic sculpting and EQ matching, stereo midside operation, and automated spectrum analysis.
SEQ-ST was developed in response to demand from the company’s professional music-production clients. SEQ-ST allows audio to be massaged and corrected with very high resolution that is not possible using a traditional parametric interface.
On display at NAMM will be a powerful new filter-morphing feature that allows fluid morphing between two sets of filter curves under full user control.
Nugen will also have an update to its Visualizer audio-analysis plug-in and stand-alone metering system on display. The latest version of Visualizer includes a new comparison mode, a significant upgrade to the Lissajous view, and numerous fine-tuning improvements.
Also on show are Nugen’s MasterCheck, designed to facilitate mix and mastering for loudness-normalized playout, and ISL 2st true-peak limiter.
“At this year’s NAMM Show, we’re looking forward to presenting tools like ISL 2st and MasterCheck, both designed to help today’s audio experts maintain the best quality for web-based distribution. Also, the new stereo version of SEQ-S is in direct response to the needs of our music-industry customers. And Visualizer is going from strength to strength – meeting customers’ demands for the most comprehensive audio-analysis suite,” says Jon Schorah, founder and creative director, Nugen Audio.