iZotope Vinyl

iZotope Vinyl 1.80 + Crack Serial

Nostalgia is a feeling that is very hard to understand, let alone explain. It comes as a feeling of longing for how things used to be, just because we associate them with fonder memories.

iZotope Vinyl

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iZotope Vinyl is an app that pulls on your musical nostalgia strings, by making any music sound as if it is played off a vinyl.

Vynils never was the epitome of what clear sounds meant, like dust, scratches and other mechanical noises blended in with the music. However, this lower sound quality is exactly what made it sound so unique and beautiful.

You can control each of iZotope Vinyl's characteristics independently from one another, by introducing noise, saturation, warble, crackling and much more without needing associated file effects.

The retro-looking analog display complete with dials and buttons let you really crank up volumes and effects as much or as little as you want.

Audio files may be treated with this audio editing tool to create a throwback effect of original vinyl records, radios, televisions or other vintage electronics. Several settings for mechanical noise, warp, dust, wear or even set a decade to properly simulate that period's sound.

A neat feature of this app is the "Spin-Down" button, which simulates slowly stopping playback of a record, modulating both playback speed and frequency. In some cases, it can be used to simulate someone stopping the record playing.

Not only audio files can be edited since you can use the app for editing in film and television to sound like its coming from a vintage TV.

Everything about iZotope Vinyl makes you think of "nostalgia", from the way the UI looks to the effects it can add to a certain melody, making it an excellent tool for anyone that thinks that modern music can use an old-fashioned twist to it

File Size: 11.6 MB Downloads: 6511
Added: Jan 23rd 2018 User rating: 5.0
Supported Operating System: Win All

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