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faTimeAlign

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Phase Alignment Plugin by forward audio
faTimeAlign
faTimeAlign by forward audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Product
Version
1.00.010
System Requirements
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista
VST2, VST3, AAX host
Product
Version
1.00.010
System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.11 or higher
VST2, VST3, AAX or AU host
Intel processor based Mac
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Copy Protection
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faTimeAlign is a professional Time Alignment / Phase Alignment Plugin with a sub-sample precise delay algorithm and an intuitive user interface.

Get your phase fixed in a minute

If you are looking for a reliable workhorse to adjust the phase correlation and timing of your drum, guitar or vocal recording you may have found your dream candidate. Time Alignment is a delicate and often time consuming task, so you want nothing less than the best possible solution: Easily adjust your tracks, relatively to the other tracks, with positive or negative delays and make A/B comparisons to absolutely nail the correct setting.

But that's not enough! You can also arrange your tracks into different sub-groups and delay them relative to each other to align different instruments or instrument groups.

Easy to use and flexible

The range of the delay knob can be set to any value narrow or wide, which lets you easily sweep through different delay spans. Furthermore, the feature to enter values in foot, samples, meter or milliseconds gives you every possible flexibility you'll need.

Prepared for every task

And if you want to be creative you can also use this Plugin for other tasks like applying stereo effects such as a moving haas delays, creating colorful filter textures with a moving comb filter (similar to a slow phaser effect) or applying artificial double tracking of your vocals with varying delays. And if that's not enough you can use it if you do some parallel compression with analog outboard gear where you have to deal with sub-sample delays because of different Samplerates.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By Kumal
May 14, 2020

This is a fantastic sub sample delay. You can either edit the sample value or enter them as meter, foot or milliseconds, making it quite versatile. I used it for aligning multi mic'd recordings but it found some nice application in slightly shifting certain tracks in a production too to either remove phasing or add some groove. I have found it to be very stable and with a recent update ultra light on CPU (especially due to the online/offline oversampling which shifts the quality and time into rendering). It also dynamically reports its latency to the host such that negative delays are possible.

Pros:
- adjustable min & max for sweeping
- online/offline oversampling
- very clean oversampling
- groups
- negative delays.

Cons:
- the only con for me was CPU consumption but this has been improved so much with an update.

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