|Product||TB Isone v3|
|Type / Tags||Binaural Room Simulator3D Panner Based On HRTFsBinauralImagingRoom EmulationSpatial Processor|
The perfect listening room... Many have experienced the difficulty to realize a listening environment free of standing waves, undesirable reflections, the perfect reverb time, perfect loudspeaker placement with a flat frequency response, and without any disturbance for others.
With TB Isone, a stereo virtual reproduction system and listening room can now be experienced simply using a high-quality headphones. The frequency response and the directivity pattern of the loudspeakers can be adjusted. Furthermore, the reverb time and volume of the virtual listening room and the distance to the virtual loudspeakers can be fully customized.
- Zero-latency processing, allowing for studio and live operation.
- Support of all sampling rates from 22 to 192 kHz.
- Loudspeaker designer to model frequency response (on axis and 45-degrees off-axis response).
- Customizable room (volume, distance, early reflections, diffusion).
- Customizable loudspeaker azimuth angle (0 to 45 degrees).
- Customizable HRTFs (strength, head size, ear size).
- Based on the VST 2.4 specification to allow compatibility with virtually all host programs.
Reviewed By Proxima4
July 19, 2010
That's a very rough usumption but I can also guess that your giving every thought of an option for room correction to plugins at both end of the budget hoping that quality may not be a factor just based on what you may have to spend.
Well, I have to say I think Jeroen Breebaart has put those issues and more into 'Isone Pro' very well and come up with a product worthy of the title, 'Value Product Of The Year'
Ive been looking for a solution of room correction on my DAW when using headphones, but have been put off by price; waiting for an affordable solution, Isone I have to say is great. The controls are simple, once you've read the manual, and provide enough options, infact; better options than other more expensive plugins.
After looking through my monitors manual I was able to find speakers emulations with the same frequency response as the ones I own. you can set many factors in the plugin that you would expect and realised to have them missing from other room correction plugins is a bit of an oversite to sat the least. factors like the hight of you monitors and even the size of your head. all contribute to the sense that it's a quality product and Jeroen provides sound information and further links for this.
The interface is tidy, a little dated, (but who cares) don't let that fool you, because it works well, CPU ressources are used when it's on, so I have put mine on the master bus, and switch in on, only when I need to mix and master my material.
I totally recomend buying Isone if you looking for a solution to working with headphones and even if your thinking of buying a ""better one"" in the future, this plugin will give you insite as to what your aiming for, if you need to. I'm begining to wonder why this plugin, is'nt part of other professional mastering systems, as just like everything else in the tool box, 'You can turn it off if you don't like what's happening'.
Best purchase this year, go for it.
Isone Pro is now Just Isone at Tone Boosters. and is even better, now the best and cheapest Room Simulator on the market.
Jeroen's list of achievments in dsp just keep getting bigger, so it's an absoulute no brainer to buy this plugin, it's so helpful, he's released a studio pack of tools also for something rediculous like $25.00 and this is also brilliant, if your just starting out and want quality tools for your DAW on a budget. head on over to Tone Booster's, excellent stuff JB.Read more