M-Clarity is a dynamic resonance suppressor plugin designed to suppress unwanted muddy, boxy, and harsh frequencies and resonances in any sound. It combines simplicity and power, employing a unique spectral shaping algorithm to deliver accurate results.
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Achieving a balanced and clear sound can be difficult due to the presence of unwanted muddiness and boxiness in most cases. However, with M-Clarity's spectral shaping technology, you can easily eliminate these issues while retaining the essential frequencies in your audio.
M-Clarity's spectral shaping technology applies dynamic processing to the frequency spectrum, effectively reducing unwanted sounds in the mid and low-mid and low frequencies, resulting in a clearer and more balanced sound.
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There are various ways to reduce unwanted muddiness and boxiness in mixes, but some methods are more effective and efficient than others. Although you can use tools such as EQ, dynamic EQs, or multi-band compressors to address these issues, none are as effective as M-Clarity.
Using M-Clarity, you can achieve great results quickly, without being distracted by complex-looking elements on the UI. We have kept the user interface minimal, without many visual distractions, so that you can focus all your attention on hearing the sound, rather than Getting overly absorbed in appearances.
Ideal for audio mixing, mastering, or sound editing
Whether you're aiming for a cleaner kick drum with minimal room resonances, a well-balanced bass in your mix, or a clear and solid vocal track, a more solid overall mix the M-Clarity is the perfect solution.
Its exceptional precision not only makes it an excellent tool for audio mixing but also for audio mastering.
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The key advantages
Clean any kind of singing vocals, or voice overs from muddy and harsh frequencies, unwanted resonance, and pops.
Clear up your drum hits from muddiness and boxiness for having them all fit nicely in your mixes.
Balance your tracks’ frequencies for mastering, for achieving the loudest sound with highest quality.
Clean up your instrument recordings, such as piano, synths, strings, etc. making sure they’re sounding pleasant to ear.
Create the tightest and most balance bass lines ever, by keeping the low frequencies balanced, and clean by eliminating the boxiness.
Soften and round up your transient sounds.
Adjusts how much the targeted frequency components are reduced to improve the overall tonal balance and clarity of the audio signal.
It controls the scale of resonances the plugin targets: at low intensity, it suppresses fine spectral peaks without affecting the overall contour, while at high intensity, it looks for larger, more wide-band resonances.
Controls how selective the plugin is: at higher settings only the strongest resonances will be affected.
Hard & Soft modes
Choose between aggressive and more precise or gentle and smoother processing modes depending on your specific audio needs and the desired outcome for the sound.
Attack & Release
They determine how quickly the plugin responds to changes in the frequency content of the signal and how long it takes to stop processing once the changes have subsided.
This slider allows you to find and select the frequency range containing unwanted issues, which the plugin will then enhance for you.
Diff & Filter
These buttons let you to hear the difference between the original and processed audio signals, helping you fine-tune the adjustments being made to the frequencies.
Input-output level meters
View the audio levels of the input and output signals before and after processing. These meters provide real-time feedback on the input and output levels, allowing you to monitor the changes in amplitude that occur during the spectral shaping process.
This control is responsible for adjusting the output volume of the processed audio signal. As spectral shaping is a frequency-specific processing technique that targets and manipulates individual frequency components within the audio signal, the input signal level does not have a direct effect on the processing. Therefore, there is no need for an input control in the plugin.
Scalable user interface
The interface scaling feature in M-Clarity allows you to customize the size of the GUI to suit your preferences and optimize your workflow. With a range of scaling options available, from 80% to 150%, you can personalize the interface to match your visual and working style
Internal On/Off Switch
The plug-in features a dedicated bypass/on control, which allows for the swift enabling or bypassing of the effect. This user-friendly control is designed to help avoid potential clicks or audio artefacts that may occur when toggling the effect on or off directly within the DAW host.
The M-Clarity plug-in comes equipped with the handy feature of built-in 'Undo' and 'Redo' options, providing added peace of mind while working on your audio processing. With these functions, you can easily revert to previous settings or redo changes that were made in error, saving time and eliminating the stress of potentially losing valuable adjustments.
The A/B buttons provide a convenient way to compare different options and find the optimal setting for your audio processing needs. With just a click, you can easily switch between two different versions of the same processing chain and compare the results.
A handy 'tooltips' option that you can enable or disable from the plugin's menu. When this option is enabled, you can see a brief description of each part of the user interface by simply holding your mouse over that particular section. Tooltips are an excellent way to quickly learn about the various controls and settings in the plugin, making it easier to navigate and use the interface effectively.
Mid-Side and Left & Right
This feature allows you to control the amount of the plug-in's effect on the mid and side frequencies, or the right and left channels of your stereo tracks.