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  • leirbag
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Sound Coherence and Time Alignment Awareness
Dear Colleagues,

I think one of the most important techniques that will have a major role in everyday audio production in the short term is the sound coherence awareness.

I encourage you dig out this new product:
www.onsoundgo.com

There, it has a comprehensive explanation of this concept.

Leirbag
  • Last Edit: 07 September, 2011, 06:48:00 PM by leirbag

  • saratoga
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Sound Coherence and Time Alignment Awareness
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If this isn't spam you should probably add something constructive pretty quickly or you're going to get deleted

  • leirbag
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Sound Coherence and Time Alignment Awareness
Reply #2
If this isn't spam you should probably add something constructive pretty quickly or you're going to get deleted

I think, it was an interesting way of starting a good topic. I beg your pardon to you and the whole community if I have unintentionally broken any forum rule. Of course this is no spam at all.

But, why don't you take an eye to coherence recording in this page and give us your opinion?

Sincerely and deepest worried,

Leirbag

  • saratoga
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I think, it was an interesting way of starting a good topic. I beg your pardon to you and the whole community if I have unintentionally broken any forum rule. Of course this is no spam at all.


Generally when you link a commercial product without saying anything about it or proposing any sort of discussion thats considered spamming and you get banned

But, why don't you take an eye to coherence recording in this page and give us your opinion?


No, why don't you tell me why I should have an opinion about this random product?

  • Chesteta
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Reply #4
from what I can tell (I downloaded the VST plugin) it is basically a signal coherence meter... there is little to no documentation on their website about the actual functionality of the product... there is also no manual; most of the language on the website seems very 'audiophiley' to me.

also, it does not appear that the VST plugin actually *changes* or improves anything... it seems to be more an analysis tool.

I have not done any testing beyond turning the plugin on and off though
  • Last Edit: 12 September, 2011, 11:00:24 PM by Chesteta