Multi-patented next-generation audio repair that offers both fast and high-quality processing
As a professional in post and music production, you deal with impossible deadlines. Opening another application and dialing in obscure algorithm parameters is just not an option. Meet the ERA Bundle Pro: Multi-patented next-generation audio repair that offers both fast and high-quality processing. Your workflow deserves an upgrade.
ERA-D focuses on two things and does them exceptionally well. When you need deep and sophisticated denoise and dereverberation, ERA-D is the tool for you.
Multi-patented algorithms for Denoise and Dereverberation
The intelligent joint mode takes the natural noise and reverb counter-interaction into account for higher quality sonic results.
Dual Channel mode that enables you to use a secondary mic to improve the audio repair quality on your primary mic.
Noise happens, but you don’t have to settle! Use the ERA Noise Remover to easily reduce or completely remove unwanted fans, air-conditioners, electric hum & hiss or any other background noise. It’s as simple as turning a single knob.
Reverb is the unavoidable result of room acoustics. It can make your audio sound distant, “echoey” or hollow. Get the single-knob ERA Reverb Remover to quickly reduce excessive reverb and bring your sound into focus. Add clarity, clean up your dialogue or tighten up your musical performance.
ERA De-Esser Pro is a sophisticated, yet fast and easy to use audio effect plug-in. It offers precision-grade de-essing and customizable audio repair functionality. Based on the multi-patented Accusonus algorithms, De-Esser Pro simply works and allows for efficient sibilance removal from audio recordings.
Plosives (or p-pops) usually occur due to non-ideal microphone placement and can sound really distracting. Turn the knob of the ERA Plosive Remover to instantly fix unnatural plosive thumps (such as “p”, “t” and “b”). Make your vocal and dialogue tracks sound great!
Gain inconsistencies are common in both audio and video recordings. They often happen as a result of intentional or unintentional speaker movement, non-ideal microphone positioning or heavy audio & video editing. Use this single-knob plugin to save yourself from hours of manual gain adjustments.
Clipping results from over-saturation and usually sounds like a harsh distortion. Looking at the loud parts of your waveform, you can see clippings as blocks of audio that are chopped off. Repair your clipped audio in seconds.