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MAAT releases LINone - Entry Level Dithering

MAAT Labs GmbH

MAAT's accurate and affordable LINone precision reditheringMAAT Incorporated has announced the release of LINone, a new cross platform plug-in for the redithering of digital audio.

Building on the foundations of MAAT's next generation LINpro plug-in, LINone incorporates an advanced implementation based on the current understanding of psychoacoustics, information theory and audio production best practices.

MAAT says:

LINone delivers uncompromising quality and exacting fidelity with a simple user interface at an affordable price point.

Although dithering is often thought of as an optional process that can be ignored without consequences, mastering engineers know that redithering prior to delivery is their last opportunity to define the quality of their product. Easy to use LINone offers Triangular PDF (Probability Density Function) dither with 1st Order Noise Shaping, which is suitable for all delivery conditions.

During development, MAAT identified several DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) that could not apply proper dither by themselves. The company's CEO, Friedemann Tischmeyer, realized that accurate dither is a fundamental function that should be available to all:

Utilizing LINone, all levels of audio practitioner can now produce reference-quality content. Our inexpensive plug-in shares the same precision dithering engine used by our premier LINpro, making for easy and accurate delivery of all your assets.

LINone is available in all modern plug-in formats, including cross-platform AAX, VST 2 and 64-bit VST 3 as well as a Universal Binary 2 AU for macOS. Perpetual licenses for LIN are available now, exclusively from MAAT.

Intro Price: $9.59 (Reg. $19).

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