$149.00 / 129.00€
|Type / Tags||Channel Strip|
|Copy Protection||Dongle (NOT iLok or eLicenser)|
This is where it all begins
The philosophy of the analog Channel Strip, the essential element of all analog consoles, is about being fast, efficient, and making things sound great already from the start. EVO Channel is designed to be as fast, efficient, and hands-on, adding the advantages of creative digital innovation in terms of workflow and sound, providing everything you need to stay in control of your sound.
The Ultimate Channel Strip Redefined
In the music industry today the work within the computer has become as important as it has always been with consoles and analog gear. Gaël Martinet, the founder of Flux:, and his good old friend and colleague from the music industry, Producer/Engineer, Yves Jaget, designed and created the EVO Channel based on their common extensive experience from both the analog and the digital world.
Evo Channel is the obvious choice for any sound engineer in need of a great-sounding channel strip including; Gain Control, Drive/Saturation, Phase, Compressor, EQ with Analyzer, Frequency Dependent; DeEsser, Expander and Transient/Sustain Designer, with an adjustable signal flow and a hands-on interface presenting a fast intuitive workflow.
EVO Channel is designed to support mixing and creation of multichannel surround and immersive audio content including Dolby Atmos and Third order Ambisonics.
Dolby Atmos with up to 10 channels and the AVID Pro Tools Dolby Atmos 7.1.2 / 7.0.2 Track and Bus is supported.
Third order Ambisonics with up to 16 channels and the AVID Pro Tools new bus and track formats for first, second and third order Ambisonics, for creating and manipulating Ambisonic audio and mixes, is supported.
Evo Channel is available for MacOS and Windows, in AAX Native / AudioSuite, AU, VST, and Waves WPAPI, supporting any DAW, Digital Console and other plug-in hosts using standard audio plug-ins. In addition EVO Channel supports High-Resolution DXD Audio with sampling rates up to 384 kHz.