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    Sony Audio Master Suite

    Waveform & Spectral Editors [Mac OS/Windows]

    New versions of Sony's Sound Forge and, especially, the innovative SpectraLayers make possible new ways of editing recorded audio.

    Reviews Dec 2013
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    Sony Oxford Limiter

    Mastering Limiter Plug-in For Pro Tools

    Like many of Sony Oxford's plug-ins, their new limiter takes a familiar concept and applies a novel twist.

    Reviews Dec 2005
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    Sony Oxford Dynamics

    Dynamics Plug-in For Pro Tools & TC Powercore

    Sony's Oxford digital mixers are out of many people's reach, but Pro Tools and Powercore users can now get their hands on the Oxford's sophisticated processing tools.

    Reviews Aug 2004
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    Sony Oxford R3 EQ

    Formats: Mac & PC TDM/HD and PowerCore (VST & Mac MAS)

    R3 comprises a five-band, fully parametric EQ design plus switchable-slope, variable-frequency high and low-pass filters.

    Reviews Dec 2002
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    Sony DRE S777 Sampling Digital Reverb 2

    Reverb Processor

    With Sony's flagship sampling reverb processor you can now sample the acoustic signature of any space you want. Hugh Robjohns nips down the village hall to check it out.

    Reviews Feb 2001
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    Sony DRE S777

    Sampling Digital Reverb

    One of the most exciting developments in sound processing technology this year was the announcement from Sony of a dedicated reverb unit which applied ambience 'sampled' from real acoustic spaces. Now the theory is reality. Hugh Robjohns gets his hands on the DRE S777.

    Reviews Dec 1999
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    Sony DRE S777 (Preview)

    Sampling Reverb

    Artificial reverb algorithms are designed to add 'fake' room ambience to recorded sounds — but a prototype reverb unit from Sony purports to deliver new levels of realism by imposing the characteristics of actual reverberant spaces on the sound. Hugh Robjohns explains....

    Reviews Jun 1999
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    Sony DPS V55m

    4-channel Multi-effects Processor

    Sony's new mid-priced multi-effects unit boasts four-channel operation, 200 preset effects algorithms, comprehensive user programming capability, and great sound quality to boot. Hugh Robjohns spins that dial...

    Reviews Jan 1999
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    Sony DPSV77

    Multi-effects Processor

    Sony's DPSV77 is like a 'best of' compilation of all the company's dedicated single effects units, with the addition of a simplified user interface and a digital I/O. Is it a smash success or a one-hit wonder? Nick Magnus goes for gold...

    Reviews Sep 1996
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