Overview of Acoustic Audio
Acoustic Audio has recently released two new plugins in collaboration with Salvator. These Plugins are specifically designed for drums and vocals, but can also be used for other audio sources. Both plugins are built into a single knob, which may not be ideal for those who prefer to have full control over their mixes.
However, these tools may come in handy for the less experienced who find difficulty using more complex plugins. Testing these plugins shows promising results, although the effectiveness may vary between different voices, songs, and mixes.
These plugins provide a combination of AQ saturation and compression. An additional feature allows you to adjust the volume, which some users may find quite useful.
Despite being a bit simplistic in controls by only having a knob, a slider, and two parallel processing types, the sound quality produced is impressive. However, it may not suit those who require more advanced parameters for their work.
The user interface of these plugins is quite straight-forward and easy to navigate. Despite the lack of loudness compensation, the plugins are capable of producing impressive audio.
Before deciding if they’re right for you, you may want to test them out yourself with your own material. This will give you an idea of whether these plugins can truly cater to your personal needs and style of music.
Whether you prefer all-in-one plugins or like the option to tinker over your sounds more precisely, these Acoustic Audio plugins deliver on their promises.