Kush Audio has announced its latest software product: Clariphonic DSP, a meticulously modeled version of their Clariphonic Parallel Equalizer, created in partnership with Studio Devil.
Clariphonic DSP, like its analog cousin, blends custom-tuned, silky smooth high frequency filters with the full range audio to lift open the midrange and top end effortlessly. Its effectiveness is matched by its simplicity, with toggles to select the filters and a knob to turn them in one direction: up.
"Not a day goes by when my inbox isn't filled with multiple requests for a software version of the Clariphonic," said designer Gregory Scott. "It took multiple stabs at the unorthodox curves to get the Clariphonic DSP to the point where it not only feels like the hardware, but where I'm willing to use it in my own mixes."
The Clariphonic DSP will be available in RTAS, AU and VST for Mac OS X and Windows. The $149 selling price includes one master license valid for all available formats and platforms. It is expected to be available November 15th, 2012.