At NAMM 2016 today Eiosis is proud to announce two new products, the eesser, and AirEQ’s Air and Earth modules for the Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack.
Eiosis tell us that they have designed the Eeesser to be extremely easy to use for musicians and audio enthusiasts, along with the versatility, power and reliability that are required by the most demanding mixing and post production engineers. By aiming at simplicity with its two main parameters, and by giving access to innovative fine adjustments and precise sound sculpting options, we combined the best visual feedback with the most advanced audio processing in one beautiful interface.
They describe the sibilants’ section Auto and Smooth as great sounding, easy to adjust and unprecedented controls in a de-esser.
- Auto adjusts the frequency response of the sibilants, dynamically and intelligently.
- Smooth brings a gentle and natural smoothing saturation in order to remove peakiness and high amplitudes from the sibilants.
For advanced users, the equaliser allows adjustment of the sibilant and voiced sound. This unique feature enables you to notch unpleasant resonances in the sibilants, add some Air on the voiced signal only, or gently boost high frequencies to balance mid range heavy sibilants.
The E2Deesser is due for release in the second quarter of 2016. No price available yet.
Air And Earth Modules For The VMR
The Air and Earth modules for the Slate Digital Virtual Mix Rack bring the sound of AirEQ’s perfect sounding analog matched filters to the VMR.
- The Earth is designed to boost the very low end of any track, and never sounds boomy thanks to its unique phase response.
- The Air is an incredibly smooth and silky high frequency adjustment, perfect for breathing life into any track.
Additionally, the modules feature resonant HiCut and LoCut filters, with adjustable slopes from 6 to 36dB/oct.
The Air and Earth modules will be released in the first quarter of 2016 and will also be added to the Slate Digital Everything Bundle subscription.