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 Aspire EVO by Antares Audio Technologies is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an RTAS Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Aspire EVO
Product Aspire EVO
Developer Antares Audio Technologies
Price (MSRP)
$59
Type / Tags Vocal ProcessingBreath ControllerVocal Design
Plug-in, App & Soundware Format(s)
Effect(s)     
Operating System Availability
Operating
System
Latest
Version
Download Released
 
1.0
 
- Released
System Requirements
AAX Native (64 and 32-bit)
• Pro Tools 10.3.8 or later.
• Windows 7 to 10. as required by your version of Pro Tools.

VST
• A compatible host program that supports the VST2 or VST3 format.
• Windows 7 to 10 as required by your host.

RTAS
• Pro Tools 7.x – 10.x.
• Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1 as required by your version of Pro Tools.
 
1.0
 
- Released
System Requirements
AAX Native (64 and 32-bit)
• Pro Tools 10.3.8 or later.
• Mac OS 10.9.5 to 10.13 as required by your version of Pro Tools.

VST
• A compatible VST host program that supports the VST3 format.
• Mac OS 10.9.5 to 10.13 as required by your host.

Audio Units
• A compatible host program that supports the Audio Units format.
• Mac OS 10.9.5 to 10.13 as required by your host.

RTAS
• Pro Tools 7.x to 10.x.
• Mac OS 10.5.8 to 10.9.5 as required by your version of Pro Tools.
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Aspire​ ​EVO​ is the world's first tool for modifying a voice's breathiness independently of its harmonic content, allowing you to match a vocal quality to a performance style by decreasing or increasing​ a voice's natural​ breathiness​.

ASPIRE EVO analyzes a vocal in real time and separates the aspiration noise (breathiness) from the harmonic content. It then allows you to adjust the amount of aspiration noise, and affect its character independently by applying a Parametric​ EQ​ to the noise component. Aspire EVO also includes a real-time display that lets you visualize the effect of the aspiration noise processing.

Whether reducing a bit of vocal rasp or adding a bit of smokiness, Aspire EVO allows modification of the amount and quality of a voice's breathiness, or aspiration noise, without otherwise affecting the vocal's harmonic characteristics.

What's Aspire EVO do?
Quite simply, Aspire EVO analyzes a vocal in real time and separates the aspiration noise (breathiness) component from the harmonic content. It then allows you to either increase or decrease the amount of aspiration noise, as well as letting you affect the character of the aspiration noise by applying a parametric EQ to the noise component.

Noise
Aspiration noise presents itself in a variety of ways, from a subtle bit of breathiness to a full-blown rasp. Of course, whether it's a problem or not depends on the amount of noise and the style of a performance. A whole lot of roughness that would work well for screaming punk or roots blues might well be a problem for mainstream pop or a smooth ballad (of course, it also might not). Up to now, there wasn't much you could do about it. Now, with Aspire EVO, there is.

Key Aspire EVO features include:

  • The ability to match a vocal quality to a performance style by decreasing or increasing a voice's natural breathiness.
  • A band of parametric EQ to modify the quality of the aspiration noise component of the vocal.
  • A real-time display that lets you visualize the effect of the aspiration noise processing.
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