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Instant Audio Quick AG v1.1 [WiN]

Instant Audio Quick AG
Team R2R | 19 September 2020 | 14.4 MB
Although it looks easy, mixing acoustic guitar, ukulele or mandolin is a very hard job. So many things can go wrong. That's why we created Quick AG - the shortcut to the perfect and natural acoustic instruments sound.

Quick AG Key Features

Time saver
The aim of Quick AG is to set the perfect sound for your acoustic instrument within a few seconds. This plugin contains everything you may need to turn raw recordings into great-sounding mixes with a fantastic vibe.

Tuned for each instrument
The Selector window lets you choose an instrument you are about to mix and sets the hidden parameters of compressor and EQ to ideal positions. You can achieve audible improvement of your sound just by choosing the right preset.

Preset EQ
Based on the Selector settings EQ is automatically set to particular's instrument optimal settings. Still, you can tweak the body and spark to fit your recording. And you have access to Low Pass and De-Harsh to remove frequencies that may feel disturbing.

Perfectly fitting compressor
No matter if you just want to smooth the levels with clean compression or give the track a bit of analogue colour, Quick AG lets you do it easily. And you may even blend the compressor styles. Again, the internal setting of the compressor corresponds with the selected instrument.

Blended reverb
Reverb is the essential part of acoustic guitar chain. You can blend three algorithms perfectly tuned for acoustic instruments. Just set the desired length and amount. Astonishing sound is at your fingertips - Quick AG's Reverb is set within a few seconds.

... and more
The XTRA section gives your acoustic guitar the final touch. You may add stereo width and overall size. And your guitar will cut through any mix and sparkle like no other.

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