89 € (incl. VAT)
|Type / Tags||Automatic Phase AlignmentAutomatic Time AlignmentBass GuitarGuitar AlignmentGuitar ToolMP Guitar EffectsPhasePhase InvertStrings / OrchestralTime AlignmentUtility|
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista
VST2 or VST3 host
Mac OS X 10.10 or higher
VST2, VST3 or AU host
Intel processor based Mac
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faGuitarAlign – Automatic Phase Alignment / Mic Blending Plugin
faGuitarAlign will radically reduce your workload when recording electric guitars, basses and basically everything with strings attached to it. Its revolutionary X/Y Pad lets you quickly find the right sweet spot between the correct phase and the mix of your different tracks resulting in a perfect blend of both. And to make this task even more smoothly for you it also has an automatic alignment feature which accurately finds the right phase offset for you. With this reliable tool you'll be able to save a huge amount of your valuable recording and mixing time you can now spend with exciting tasks. And you'll be able to quickly achieve a coherence and depth in your mix you may never experienced before.
Suited for a wide range of recording situations
Either if you want to make your phase alignment by ear or automatically, the integrated Phase Density Scope gives you reliable visual feedback in every possible situation. This exciting concept is derived from a Vectorscope, which you would use in a stereo tool, and carefully optimized and enhanced for phase alignment purposes.
Inspire your creativity
faGuitarAlign is carefully optimized for every kind of recording involving one sound source and multiple microphones and / or DI tracks. We have a lot of people using it creatively for recordings with fiddle, cello, double bass, piano or even choir tracks. Its creative design will inspire you to go beyond the known possibilities of any other alignment tool.
The plugin is designed to be used on a stereo bus with the source tracks routed and panned correctly to it or optionally routed through the side-chain input. It'll then phase align and blend both together and output it either in mono (standard) or with a stereo width of your choice. You can even enhance the original stereo width up to 200% to get a wider image of the instrument.