Audio producers usually have a large library of digital samples. But how many times can you hear that same set of sampled drum or bass loops before they start getting stale? One way to breathe new life into those old samples is to manipulate them into something that sounds entirely different. That’s exactly what Accusonus is doing with its new Regroover software:
Create new sounds from old or simply adjust the volume of individual elements inside a loop. Regroover uses Artificial-Intelligence to extract layers from within your previously recorded beats and samples. Once Regroover analyzes the file, you are able to make your own drum kits and combine them with external sounds to make new beats, loops and your own unique Expansion Kits.
Regroover allows you to:
- Unmix your loopes and create new beats and music
- Play or program the sounds from inside your loops to produce new rhythms and grooves
- Dial in volume, panning, and effects of individual layers of your mixed beats for better balance or more variety to your looped patterns
- Extract strange and new sonic elements for experimental grooves and soundscapes
Regroover from Accusonus comes in two versions. Regroover Essential has all of the core features you’ll need to get creative with your samples, while Regroover Pro allows you to experiment with layers, effects, and more.
Regroover Essential retails for $99. Regroover Pro is priced at $149. Both can be purchased from the Accusonus Store.
In a perfect world, all audio recordings would be made in a controlled studio environment with proper acoustic treatments and sound proofing. That way, the captured audio would be as clean and dry as possible. But, with the proliferation of low-cast audio recording systems, a modern-day recording “studio” could be anything from a cavernous cathedral to a small bathroom. That means that sometimes, the resulting recordings might have some unwanted echo/reverb effects that couldn’t be eliminated at the source. While it’s simple enough to add echo/reverb to a recording afterwards, it’s not always easy to take it away.
Accusonus has worked to solve the problem of unwanted echo/reverb with its new ERA-R dereverberation plugin:
Add clarity to your mixes, clean up your dialogue tracks and tighten up your music performances. ERA-R is the only plugin that attenuates or removes excessive reverberation with a single knob. Based on the accusonus multi-patented audio restoration technology, ERA-R automatically estimates the reverberation profile and offers the means to adjust the reverberation amount in a streamlined interface.
The ERA-R plugin is compatible with most modern versions of macOS and Windows. Accusonus has tested the plugin with Ableton Live 9.7, Apple Logic Pro X 10.2, Steinberg Cubase 7.5 (64-bit only), Avid Pro Tools 11.3 and 12.5, Cockos Reaper 5.32, Presonus Studio One 3.0, ImageLine FL Studio 12.0, and Audacity 2.1.2. ERA-R is currently available at an intro price of $39. ERA-R is also available as part of a few bundle offers from Accusonus that vary in price.
Nobody likes noisy audio tracks. They can be particularly problematic in spoken-word productions. And while it’s obvious that the best way to solve a noise problem is to cut it off at the source, that’s not always an option. Fortunately, there are a number of tools available to audio producers for reducing or (hopefully!) removing unwanted noise from recordings. But even with the variety of these denoising tools available today, there’s still plenty of room left for improvement.
And making a better denoiser is exactly what Accusonus is aiming for with its new “single knob” ERA-N audio plugin:
Enhance your voice-overs, repair your music recordings and restore your damaged audio files. ERA-N is a single-knob high-quality denoise plugin that just works. Based on accusonus’ multi-patented noise removal algorithms, ERA-N offers a quick and efficient workflow and allows you to rescue audio recordings that you would have previously considered unusable.
ERA-N will be available for digital audio workstations that use AU, VST, and AAX plugins, ERA-N is expected to go on sale at a special early-bird price of $39, with a final retail price of $59 after that. Check out this video for more information on the Accusonus ERA-N denoising plugin.