Natick, MA, June 28, 2003 - IZOTOPE, INC., recognized innovator in digital media technology, has released Spectron, a 64-bit effects system in the form of a DirectX plug-in.
It's new. It's blue. It's Spectron. And it's refreshingly different.
Spectron uses a spectral engine to split audio into thousands of frequency bands, apply effects independently to each band, and resynthesize the audio to create entirely new sounds.
Spectron provides delay effects, but it adds the ability to selectively delay, feedback and modulate specific ranges of frequencies. Or it can sound like a flanger or chorus, but with additional spectral complexity and richness. It can filter signals, but unlike an EQ it has the unique ability to morph, modulate and harmonically filter sounds. It's hard to compare to existing effects, because -- well -- there aren't effects to compare it to.
In short, if you're looking for some new tricks to throw into your mix, we invite you to check out the wonderful world of spectral effects processing. Things will never sound the same.
For more information, visit www.izotope.com.
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