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2017/03/17 15:50:32 (permalink)

Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix

This looks kinda interesting:
 
Core Production Bundle
Hear different presentations of your audio, including core frequencies most sensitive to the ear.  Get the sound you want faster, and shape bass that sounds remarkable on every system.

Reveal

Reveal is used to hear problems in the studio before they are heard on consumer listening systems.  The top row is used to listen to core frequencies the human ear finds most sensitive. 
 

 

LowLeveler

Low Leveler allows the user to balance bass instruments inside and outside of the core.  Set bass levels with more precision than ever, whether your studio is perfectly accurate or not.
 

 

AFMonitor

AfMonitor tracks the time you spend listening to help avoid ear fatigue and the flawed decisions that come from it.  
 

 
All part of the Soundways "Production Bundle" which is $249. Might be a useful tool to help identify potential problems in the mix that could reveal themselves in different listening scenarios etc, especially if your listening environment isn't the best. On the other hand, it could be bunkum. Might be worth checking out the 14-day trial if you're in the market for this sort of thing. 
 
http://soundways.com/products
 
 

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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/17 16:18:28 (permalink)
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This looks kinda interesting:
 
Core Production Bundle
Hear different presentations of your audio, including core frequencies most sensitive to the ear.  Get the sound you want faster, and shape bass that sounds remarkable on every system.

Reveal

Reveal is used to hear problems in the studio before they are heard on consumer listening systems.  The top row is used to listen to core frequencies the human ear finds most sensitive. 
 

 

LowLeveler

Low Leveler allows the user to balance bass instruments inside and outside of the core.  Set bass levels with more precision than ever, whether your studio is perfectly accurate or not.
 

 

AFMonitor

AfMonitor tracks the time you spend listening to help avoid ear fatigue and the flawed decisions that come from it.  
 

 
All part of the Soundways "Production Bundle" which is $249. Might be a useful tool to help identify potential problems in the mix that could reveal themselves in different listening scenarios etc, especially if your listening environment isn't the best. On the other hand, it could be bunkum. Might be worth checking out the 14-day trial if you're in the market for this sort of thing. 
 
http://soundways.com/products
 
 


Have you tried it? Going on vacation, but will try it out when I get back.
 
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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/17 19:20:38 (permalink)
Interesting indeed.

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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/17 20:16:08 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry 2017/03/17 20:29:09
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Have you tried it? Going on vacation, but will try it out when I get back.
 
Walt



I'm not going to try it because regardless of how useful it is, I'm not in a position to spend another $250 on plugins at the moment. But I wouldn't mind hearing others' experiences of it because if it's a useful mixing tool then there may come a time in the future when my plugin fund is solvent again. 

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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/17 20:34:06 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry 2017/03/17 22:04:14
Oops, didn't see the $250.
No. 
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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/17 23:12:28 (permalink)
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WallyG
 
Have you tried it? Going on vacation, but will try it out when I get back.
 
Walt



I'm not going to try it because regardless of how useful it is, I'm not in a position to spend another $250 on plugins at the moment. But I wouldn't mind hearing others' experiences of it because if it's a useful mixing tool then there may come a time in the future when my plugin fund is solvent again. 


When I get back, I'll try the 14 day demo and report if it's a MUST HAVE or zzzzzzz.

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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/18 00:28:26 (permalink)
Look interesting. I'm going to demo it.
If it is something useful, maybe they will have a sale on it.
 
 
UPDATE: Demoed and not useful to me.
I was disappointed by how little the plugs do for the big price.
 
 
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Re: Reveal - a new tool to analyze your mix 2017/03/18 04:44:27 (permalink)
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Look interesting. I'm going to demo it.
If it is something useful, maybe they will have a sale on it.
 
 
UPDATE: Demoed and not useful to me.
I was disappointed by how little the plugs do for the big price.
 
 




Yeah I did wonder if it was just a big hype job. They're pushing it heavily on social media. 

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