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News: MaximalSound.com Updates Online Audio Optimization Service
Posted on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 @ 21:20:52 UTC
Topic: Gear

Since 2010, MaximalSound.com has offered an online audio optimization service that allows indie productions, small labels and musicians to release their productions with the best technical specifications. Because the processing uses the same pattern as the human hearing, it supports every music genre from metal to hip-hop, classical to country music. The limiter section and its interaction with the 32 bands de-expander have been totally reworked. This new version improves the micro-dynamic perception and the tonal balance while preserving the spacial enhancement and the original hot loudness. The safety margin has been increased in order to facilitate further lossy encoding for digital distribution platforms such as iTunes, MySpace or Youtube. MaximalSound 2.0 will be online on 09/01/2011 at 12.00 am (western Europe time). Summary: State-of-the-art processing; Unlimited number of free samples for approval before purchase; Aggressive pricing policy based on the size of the processed files; The job is generally available within one hour. Website





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