Sadie 6 to Include iZotope Plug-ins


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Cambridge, UK - Sep 13, 2010 - Prism Sound, manufacturer of the Sadie product range of DAWs, has partnered with iZotope to include an expanded audio effect feature set on all Sadie 6 systems set powered by iZotope technology. These features will include:

  • Reverb
  • Chorus and flanger
  • Analog delay
  • Phaser
  • Pitch-shift
  • Parametric EQ
  • Single-band compressor
  • Multiband compressor
  • Simple mastering (including EQ, reverb, exciter, widener, loudness maximize)

    The 9 VST plug-ins make use of Sadie 6's extended VST capabilities and are in addition to the existing on-board EQs, dynamics, aux sends, M/S decoder width control graphic EQ and mastering limiter. All Sadie 6 systems also come with Sadie's own hi-dither tools, with the Sound Suite and Mastering Suite packages including Prism Sound's Super Noise Shaping dither tools.




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