Sonic Studio Amarra Vinyl
High resolution recording and restoration
Based on the same technology used by archivists for recording of analog and digital sources Amarra Vinyl brings together an extensive a set of capabilities. With a complement of processing starting with a double precision digital RIAA curve and Sonic EQ users can perform precise adjustments to timbre and spectral sound. The award-winning NoNOISE restoration tools have been used on thousands of major classical CD recordings and support the ability to create pristine-sounding high-resolution audio tracks for use with iTunes and other applications. Amarra Vinyl is designed specifically for the complete audio workflow of recording, processing, and restoration to the creation of individual tracks.
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