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Sound4 Voice processors are available in three versions: AD, L and Ravenna. Eight-channel versions include VoiceRavenna and VoiceL, which is powered with an HQSound 192kHz audio processing engine. A 3-band, 6-channel voice processor, VoiceAD features analog/digital I/O. It runs on the Sound4 PCI express board, a card powered with Shark DSPs. All processors are powered with an HQ Sound 192kHz processing chain, which includes a 3-band noise gate, an advanced de-esser, a 3-band processor, a 4-band parametric EQ and a brick wall limiter for finalization.
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