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Accusonus Drumatom V1.5.0: A Revolutionary Tool for Drum Mixing




If you are a sound engineer, producer, or musician who works with multitrack drum recordings, you know how challenging it can be to deal with microphone bleed. Microphone bleed is the unwanted sound captured by a microphone from other sources than the intended one. For example, the snare mic might pick up some hi-hat, cymbals, or toms, making it harder to process the snare sound without affecting the other elements. Microphone bleed can cause problems such as phase cancellation, comb filtering, loss of clarity, and reduced flexibility in mixing.




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Traditionally, the most common way to reduce microphone bleed is to use gates or expanders, which are dynamics processors that attenuate the signal below a certain threshold. However, gates and expanders have their limitations: they can't remove bleed that overlaps with the desired sound, they can't distinguish between similar-sounding drums, and they can affect the natural decay and dynamics of the drum sound.


That's where Accusonus Drumatom comes in. Drumatom is a stand-alone application that uses advanced signal analysis and processing to reduce microphone bleed on recorded drum tracks without altering the tone of the source. Based on the patent pending Advanced Audio Analysis (A3) technology from Greece's accusonus, this application is nothing short of magic.


How does Drumatom work?




Drumatom works by analyzing two or more audio files from a multitrack drum recording and identifying which elements belong to which drum type. It uses custom algorithms for each of the following drum types: kick, snare, hi-hat, tom-toms, and overheads. Once the analysis is done, you can use two simple rotary controls to adjust the level of bleed on each track: Focus and Fine Tune. Focus controls the amount of bleed reduction, while Fine Tune allows you to fine-tune the result by boosting or cutting some frequency bands.


Drumatom reduces microphone bleed throughout the duration of the drum hit from attack to tail and preserves the natural dynamics and decay of the drum sound. It also reduces phase cancellation and comb filtering effects two problems common with multitrack drum recordings. By providing greater track separation, Drumatom allows for more individual processing of drum tracks. Imagine dialing in a problematic kick drum track without affecting the snare drum sound that had bled onto it.


What's new in version 1.5.0?




The latest version of Drumatom introduces some new features and improvements that make it even more powerful and user-friendly. Here are some of the highlights:



  • Added Hi-Hat analyzing and processing: You can now reduce hi-hat spill on other tracks, such as snare or overheads, using Drumatom.



  • Added A/B comparison switch: You can easily compare two different settings of Drumatom and choose the one that sounds better.



  • Faster analysis and workflow improvements: The analysis process is up to 50% faster depending on CPU power, and the user interface has been redesigned for better usability.



  • Added Drumatom Player plugin: This is a companion plugin (sold separately) that allows you to control the bleed of your analyzed Drumatom tracks from within your DAW, providing a whole new level of control during mixdown.




How to get Drumatom?




If you are interested in trying out Drumatom for yourself, you can download a free trial version from [Accusonus website]. The trial version is fully functional for 14 days and allows you to process up to 3 tracks per group. If you want to unlock the full potential of Drumatom, you can purchase a license for $299 USD from [Plugin Alliance website]. The license includes both the stand-alone application and the Drumatom Player plugin.


Drumatom is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 or higher and Windows 7 or higher. It supports WAV and AIFF audio formats with up to 192 kHz sample rate and 32-bit depth.


Conclusion




Drumatom is a revolutionary tool for drum mixing that offers a unique solution to the problem of microphone bleed. It can help you achieve cleaner, clearer, and more flexible drum mixes with minimal effort and maximum results. Whether you are working with live or studio recordings, Drumatom can make a huge difference in your drum sound. Don't take our word for it, try it out for yourself and see what Drumatom can do for you.


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