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iox AudioWare releases Titan Maximizer Rack Extension

iox AudioWare recently released Titan Maximizer, a non-destructive loudness maximizer for the Propellerhead Reason Rack Extension format.

Titan is designed to sculpt your music to maximum levels, fullness, and clarity without pumping artifacts or loss of transients. It uses a non-destructive two stage gain and "contour" control to achieve high average loudness while enhancing or maintaining low level details.

Although originally designed as a master bus effect, Titan can be used as an insert on individual tracks with very low latency. The output stage consists of a brickwall limiter with adjustable soft clip to "soften" clipped signal levels. Monitoring peak and average signal levels is critical in the mastering stage which is why an alphanumerical meter display is provided for quick and easy checks of the input or output levels.

Price: €55.00.

This Rack Extension is available for trial and full version at: propellerheads.se/titan-maximizer

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