Tuesday, 16 August 2011
BMS is able to extract and manipulate low-frequency content of non-LFE channels in up to 7.1 surround configurations.
The main purpose of BMS is to simplify evaluation of low-frequency content present in non-LFE channels during mastering. At the same time, it is possible to mix extracted low-frequency content to the LFE ("Low Frequency Effects") channel. An option to remove the extracted signal from non-LFE channels is also available.
In BMS you can specify a desired frequency of the crossover filter, and adjust its steepness.
The following features were added to BMS since version 1:
The "Mute LFE Highs" switch added
The "Bypass" management mode added
Crossovers are minimum-phase now
Maximal crossover steepness is -72 dB/oct now
Zero processing latency
User interface coloration
User interface re-scaling
Plug-in instance naming
Voxengo.BMS.VST.v2.0.x86.x64-ST3RE0.rar (10.9 MB)
Posted by HowwL at 03:01