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Mercuriall Audio updates ReAxis to v1.2 and celebrates with a sale

Mercurial Audio has updated the ReAxis amp sim audio plug-in to version 1.2.

ReAxis is based on the MESA/Boogie Triaxis Programmable Pre-Amp, driven by the neural networks technology.

To celebrate the release ReAxis is discounted to $77 until May 27th.

New features:

  • Cabinet IR loader.
  • Reverb IR loader.
  • Stereo, up to ~6s long (@44.1 kHz) IRs are supported.
  • Reverb IR blend option.
  • Load IRs with drag'n'drop.
  • Switch between IRs with left/right keyboard arrows.
  • Automatic, high-quality IR resampling.
  • New presets are automatically available for fresh Reaxis installs. For the existing installs we recommend saving your custom presets and then loading a new bank preset from your Mercuriall account in the Reaxis section.

Improvements:

  • Reaxis loads faster.
  • Preset switching is now faster.
  • When adjusting microphone position, Reaxis uses less CPU.
  • Plugin is reacting quicker to different parameters adjustments.
  • Reduced clicks when switching between some settings and adjusting microphone position.
  • In Windows, VST3 plugin is now located in C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\.

Bug fixes:

  • At some settings the LD1 channel sound could be unnatural. This has been fixed.
  • When two instances of Reaxis were open and in one of them a preset was saved, it was necessary to restart your DAW to see the preset in the other Reaxis instance. Now you just need to re-open the Reaxis instance to see the newly saved preset.
  • In some DAWs turning off the cab section and reopening the project led to a crash. This has been fixed.
  • Fixed an incorrect sample-rate behavior of Wah in stereo-mode in some circumstances.

Other:

  • Due to the corrections of the preamp model, the overall volume of the plugin sound has increased. If you load your old presets in v1.2, you will need to turn down the Reaxis volume a little bit.
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