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Have you ever noticed that the sound on the FM radio has more PUNCH than the original CD recording? That's because FM stations spend a lot of money on audio processors to get that competitive sound for maximum loudness. Stations use compressors and peak limiters to tailor the sound to get the most punch from small radio speakers or headphones. Some stations use audio processors to smooth out the levels of the music to make it easier to listen for a longer period of time.
"MultiMax" can be used to create a wide variety of processing that can make the music smoother or more punchy, depending on what you would like it to do. MultiMax can take your music WAV files and process them to get a gentle AGC action that will adjust the overall loudness of each file or you can get very aggressive, and make the file sound like it is coming from an over the air source and push it for maximum loudness and punch.
And in case you have a lot of music recordings from analog sources that dates back to the 60's or 70's, you can can reprocess that audio to get a cleaner more modern sound that will be more compatible with current recordings.
Engineers will recognize that MultiMax uses the same signal flow as some of the processors costing thousands of dollars. Using the power of your computers CPU, MultiMax delivers virtually the same performance level without the expensive firmware.
MultiMax can be used as a broadcast pre-processor to punch up a signal before it goes to the final limiter in an air chain. It is a low cost way for new Low Power FM stations to get the sound of the "big boys" at a fraction of the cost. For best performance on the air, a computer should be dedicated for exclusive use of the MultiMax and placed in line before the transmitter final limiter or stereo encoder. The commercial stations in your market will wonder how your sounding just like them with your small power output!
Creates punchy and clear sound like FM broadcasting
MultiMax is a multiband audio limiter/compressor which can create smooth and punchy sound from WAV files extracted from music CDs. It divides the sound frequency range to 6 bands, optimizes the sound dynamic range separately and always keeps its level "maximum" without losing its music quality.
You have already had a MP3 player with hard drive or flash memory device, haven't you? Are you creating your own mp3 libraries which contains the various music categories? This software "MultiMax" uniforms the dynamic range or equalization and creates smooth and punchy sound for every music. And in case you have a lot of music recordings from analog sources that dates back to the 60's or 70's, you can reprocess that audio to get a cleaner and more modern sound that will be more compatible with current recordings.
The latest version has the "ON AIR MODE". It can process the analog audio signal fed to a sound interface card and it can output the optimized audio signal through the same interface card. MultiMax can be used as a broadcast pre-processor to punch up a signal before it goes to the final limiter in an air chain.