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Edelweiss‘72 by Black Rooster Audio // official announcement
Old 22nd October 2018
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Software Edelweiss‘72 by Black Rooster Audio // official announcement



Black Rooster Audio is excited to announce the Edelweiss‘72, a highly dynamic mixing toolchain, that allows surgical modifications to any signal or mix that might sound limply, needs subtle tweaking or a decent finish.

Where in the input stage you are able to expand the signal, that might be stressed by over-compression or needs a wider dynamic range, you can EQ your signals in 5 static bands, with linear-phase filters in regular stereo or M/S mode. A final compression/limiting stage will finish the overall process with a concentration of density made up with (auto) gain-stages at the end of each section.

We focussed on a variety of process-friendly bypass and soloing options, as well as proper K- and peak, balance and correlation metering in order to concede decent comparison workflows.

All our plugins can be tested within an individual 14-day trial period. We are very much looking forward to this release and hope you will enjoy this tool as much as we do.

Edelweiss`72 will be released very soon. Please stay tuned.
Old 22nd October 2018
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Ahhhhhhhhh this looks insane. Where do you see this best applied? Tracks, busses?
Old 22nd October 2018
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Looks like a mastering tool
Old 23rd October 2018
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Very interesting...but I think there should be a gain control right after the Expander....?
Old 23rd October 2018
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Very interesting...but I think there should be a gain control right after the Expander....?
If your basic material comes with 0dBFS (Peak), your result after expansion will also be at 0dBFS (Peak). You are not cutting from the top, therefore no make up needed.
Old 23rd October 2018
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Ahhhhhhhhh this looks insane. Where do you see this best applied? Tracks, busses?
The original idea was, to apply Edelweiss`72 to mix busses, master busses or whatever mixed stereo source comes to mind - but according to our beta testers the plugin also has it's value on a single track, as the expander and compressor can be adjusted to be very aggressive.
Old 23rd October 2018
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Originally Posted by Asher Bay View Post
Looks like a mastering tool
Sure, why not.
Old 23rd October 2018
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If your basic material comes with 0dBFS (Peak), your result after expansion will also be at 0dBFS (Peak). You are not cutting from the top, therefore no make up needed.

Thanks...good to hear. I was just thinking about stem mastering and audio restoration with tracks that had been overcompressed and had in mind that after the use of an expander should be followed by some gain --> attenuation (not make-up) , because of the added gain during expansion..or am I totally wrong? At least that's something I was experiencing in the past

(Sorry for bad english...no native speaker )
Old 7th November 2018
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Is there a Christopher Plummer preset?.......
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