Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Developer: MIA Laboratories
Developer site: mialaboratories
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured | R2R
System requirements: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64 bit)
The MIA Laboratories – 980 Spark 1.2.0 is a handy sound design tool as well as a sophisticated saturation block that includes:
Compressor based on analog envelope detection circuit
6 carefully designed equalizer curves
6 high quality saturation algorithms with 8x oversampling
The combination of three modules creates a unique range of saturation effects
The 980 Spark is a device consisting of three modules: a compressor, a tone dye and a saturator.
This plugin has been specially designed to help enrich and smooth audio content with minimal effort, without compromising quality or usability. It’s a handy sound design tool as well as a sophisticated saturation block.
All controls are carefully selected with the workflow in mind, allowing the user to quickly achieve the desired result while maintaining the plugin’s versatility and leaving room for experimentation.
The 980 Spark is mainly suitable for use in the production process, especially in electronic music, and acoustic or live performances. The combination of compression, equalizer and saturation allows you to control the dynamic range and harmonic content of the sound.
- 980 Spark is a unit that consists of three modules: Compressor, Colour and Saturator.
- This plugin was especially designed to help enrich and thicken audio content with minimum of effort, without compromising quality and usability. It is a handy tool for sound design, as well as a sophisticated saturation unit.
- All the controls are carefully selected with workflow in mind, enabling the user to quickly achieve the desired result, while retaining the versatility of the plugin and allowing space for experimentation.
- 980 Spark 1.2.0 is mostly suited for use during the production process, especially in electronic music but also acoustic or live applications . Combining Compression, EQ and Saturation, allows control of the dynamic range and harmonic content of the sound.
- The signal first runs through the “Compressor” module, then through the “Colour” module and finally into the “Saturator”.
- This way, the first two stages (“Compressor” and “Colour”) essentially define the dynamic and spectral characteristics of the sound that will excite the Saturator, creating a unique spectrum of capabilities on the saturation effect.
- The signal is upsampled 8 times before the saturation is applied, therefore minimizing aliasing as much as possible, while keeping CPU usage at acceptable levels. Get now
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