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Ack, I mistyped. I was referring to their auto-gain and EQ functionality when panning, you are correct that it's not auto-pitch (although that would be great too)
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I demoed both the anymix and the waves extensively. ultimately I went with the waves because it seems more flexible and was a better value for the money.

that being said I much prefer the way anymix upmixed music. I found it hard to recreate the same musicality with the waves. what I did like about the waves was the more dramatic way it could upmix backgrounds

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I've been playing with the anymix demo and the waves upmix which I own. The anymix sounds very good on it's own and I like the presets. The waves can sound very close to their presets though. The anymix does use more processing power. The anymix also has a more defined room reverb sound that sounds nice on music.

I will probably just stick with waves for now.
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One of the best features in Anymix is the "distance" algo. If you pan a sound further away, level and EQ are automatically applied. And it sounds extremely realistic. What took hours and hours of EQ-ing and processing, now takes only a few seconds.

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.. The anymix also has a more defined room reverb sound that sounds nice on music.
That's because Anymix doesn't add additional reverb but controls just the reverb that is already in the stereo input. I am so happy that i still can use my IR-1 on surround productions be placing Anymix behind it in the insert-chain..

saved me a lot of money
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One of the best features in Anymix is the "distance" algo. If you pan a sound further away, level and EQ are automatically applied. And it sounds extremely realistic. What took hours and hours of EQ-ing and processing, now takes only a few seconds.

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If its taking you hours and hours of work to create distance, you re doing something seriously wrong.
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If its taking you hours and hours of work to create distance, you re doing something seriously wrong.


Wrong comparative. I meant hours over a whole movie. And of course that would be a multitude of seconds over a whole movie. But I'm sure you knew what I wanted to say.

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So I have finally tried the Anymix plug. I find it natural sounding on up mixing music. I'm testing it against the Waves UM226, and the waves seems to 'add' more to the sound of the up mix than Anymix. The up mix sounded more like the original 2 channel. I haven't played with it's panning functions yet, but they seem interesting, and possibly very useful.
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I'm reviewing Nuendo 6 for a Swedish magazine and have just played around with the built-in Anymix panning tool. First impression is that it sounds fantastic! Love the way it can add depth and distance to a surround pan in no-time, and it's by far the most musical up-mixing tool I've used. It can extract the natural ambiance of a stereo mix and make a very convincing surround mix out of it.

Really cool of Steinberg to implement it for free in Nuendo 6.


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I've used anymix to create fly-bys and whooshes for my surround sound library. And yes, it's a great tool, but so far I know, there's no way to implement the doppler effect

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I've been using Anymix with great satisfaction for many months. A suggestion was made back in March that we would see AAX for 11.... but radio silence since then. If anyone can chime in, I'd much appreciate it.
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I emailed Iosono about this and they sent me the following reply this morning:

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Thank you for your e-mail. We are starting testing of the new AAX version, soon. If everything works well, a release for beginning of November is realistic.

Best regards,
Your IOSONO support team
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AAX version is out.
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AAX version is out.
Now we need some gearslutz's price to buy it!
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I'll wait for the Auro plugin.
Peter Cole and a bunch of guys compared them all at his studio, and said the Auro plugin came out on top.
And I value his opinion, and those attending.
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On 2nd thought.
I just saw that the price of the Auro is 1200 euros. Or $1650
They must be mad.
I'm not spending $1650 on a single plug-in.
I'll get the Iosono or AAX version of the UPM-1 if it comes out. Both are much less. The Iosono is almost a third the price of the Auro.
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On 2nd thought.
I just saw that the price of the Auro is 1200 euros. Or $1650
They must be mad.
I'm not spending $1650 on a single plug-in.
I'll get the Iosono or AAX version of the UPM-1 if it comes out. Both are much less. The Iosono is almost a third the price of the Auro.
where did you find this info?

the auro-site is so confusing. perfect example for over-design.

would you mind posting a link?

On the other hand that's pretty much the price range of TC's Un-wrap, no?

thanks!
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Yeah. For $1700 it better make me coffee, and auto mix the music for me.
There's just too many other good options available for quite a bit less.
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Yeah. For $1700 it better make me coffee, and auto mix the music for me.
There's just too many other good options available for quite a bit less.
Agree 100%!
Even UPM-1 is cheaper.
C'mon Auro give it to us at intro price $300
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