Audiofile has announced the release of Triumph 2.5, a significant step forward in Triumph's evolution.
Audiofile has improved workflow efficiency by redesigning the Render Assistant with the ability to render and export multiple formats simultaneously, allowing assets to be auditioned more easily by clicking "play" in an asset's popover, and by adding video import functionality, which will appeal to sounds designers and those working in post-production.
Triumph 2.5 also represents a significant step forward for sample rate conversion and dither as it now includes algorithms by Goodhertz, creators of Triumph's digital scrubbing feature and FHX headphone listening DSP. Goodhertz' audio sample rate converter combines sonic performance with speed and efficiency for a nearly ideal frequency response, preserving high frequency content and eliminating aliasing. Goodhertz dither is a custom-tailored noise shaping algorithm that, rather than relying on noisy peaks or drastic high frequency shaping, always remains smooth and natural sounding while preserving every possible detail of the audio.