Sound Radix Announces Auto-Align Post, New Plug-In For Audio Post-Production

Solve the problem of mic phase issues when using moving microphones, especially on a film shoot. Auto-Align Post aims to do just that.  

Tel Aviv, Israel. August 21st, 2018, Sound Radix, the company behind plug-ins such as Auto-AlignTM, POWAIR and SurferEQ, announce Auto-Align Post, the fast and simple way to get location mics in phase.'¨'¨ Auto-Align Post is an AAX AudioSuite plug-in for Avid Pro Tools, designed to automatically correct the delay and comb-filter phase issues occurring when mixing a recording of multiple moving microphones, such as in the case of a shoot set-up using a boom microphone in addition to actor’s lavalier microphone or multiple on-set microphones.'¨'¨

Until now, phase/time aligning multiple moving microphones was a tedious, time- consuming job that often required several ear-twisting days to complete.'¨'¨ Not any more.'¨'¨ Building on the proprietary technology of our ground-breaking Auto-AlignTM plug-in, Sound Radix has developed a next-generation algorithm that makes phase/time correction of a moving multi-microphone recording of an entire film a matter of a few clicks and a short coffee break.

Features

  • Can correct for distances of up to ~112 feet / ~34 meters or a delay of ±100ms
  • Dynamic mode enables continuous phase/time correction for moving actors or cameras
  • Static mode enables fixed phase/time correction for stationary microphones
  • Transparent, filter-free design
  • Multi-channel support
  • Significant algorithm optimization for CPU efficiency and operation speed
  • Easy to operate - no manual settings required

Pricing And Offers

Auto-Align Post Price $299 MSRP.'¨'¨To celebrate the release, Auto-Align Post will be offered at a special introductory offer of $249. Offer ends September 30, 2018.'¨'¨

'¨'¨For more information visit https://www.soundradix.com/products/auto-align-post/

Learn more about audio post production: https://ask.audio/academy?nleloc=new-releases

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More

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