I'm sorry for the delay. Getting all our plug-ins ready for macOS Catalina took longer than expected. The release of the "spleeter" source separation libraries also came as a surprise and I thought it would be worth waiting a little extra for having that functionality inside Acoustica. Spleeter lets you split a complete mix into stems (you can read more here: https://deezer.io/releasing-spleeter-de ... 88985e797e). The technology is still artifact prone, but spleeter is better or up-to-par with all the commercial offerings to my ears. The open source implementation is very hard to use (you need to install python and use it from the command line), doesn't offer real-time preview, only supports stereo at 44.1 kHz and the output is band-limited at 11 kHz. This will be very stream-lined in Acoustica without the mentioned limitations of the open source version. I've also combined Spleeter with some of the techniques from our denoiser in a new processor called "Dialogue Extract". This will be demonstrated at NAMM next week and the current ETA for the official release is end of February.Gevatter wrote: ↑Thu Jan 09, 2020 6:47 amIn the ancouncement as of Oct 16, 2019 you mentioned that the Restauration Suite 2 will be includes in the "upcoming Acoustica Premium Edition 7.2.
Two days later Stian wrote "Yes, we're working hard on v7.2. It's been slightly delayed, but we expect to release in a month or so. We'll need to get it out quickly for full macOS Catalina support as mentioned earlier."
Now 4 month later there is no version 7.2; when will it come???