Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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Peter Drake
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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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Nice tip. iZotope is da bomb, as the kids say, and I'll look into WNS Noise.

Zynaptic makes some tools that are amazingly capable, their Unfilter plugin does fixes to comb-filtering problems that used to be largely impossible to do anything about. Unchirp is a lifesaver to reducing artifacts from audio data compression, which comes up more in broadcast than music, but you never know.

Sound Radix Auto-Align is also an incredible time-saver. It's really about the headaches the movie and TV post people have to deal with, but it works a treat in some music situations as well. When I have a multitrack from elsewhere with bounced/mixed tracks I can solve little phase/offset problems very rapidly. I used to have to spend a lot of time nudging things manually by a few milliseconds at a time.

This has gone a little off topic, but I'm really enjoying this exchange of tools and techniques.

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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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Thanks for your responses on real time vs offline. I use my Osiris in (near) real time on a separate 14DSP/Scope 4.5/WinME which fits my needs quite well.
It would be even better if Osiris and Xite/Scope7.x/Win7/Win10 could be made compatible. If I understand it right, this is not possible today.

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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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it'd be possible if Algorithmix wanted to. i doubt if it makes financial sense to them now.

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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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Xite Knight v2.0 wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 6:25 pm
It would be even better if Osiris and Xite/Scope7.x/Win7/Win10 could be made compatible. If I understand it right, this is not possible today.
On a late mixing/mastering engineer´s XITE-1, it seemed to work w/ SCOPE 5.1, possibly also 64Bit.
There were 32Bit and 64Bit installations found on his machines as also commercial projects, p.ex. for german broadcast WDR, using the Algorithmix stuff.
Beside Osiris, he also used S|C Cutmaster, some CorrelationAnalyzer, Brainworx and SPL devices on XITE-1.

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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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osiris really only works correctly in XP 32bit. it may work in v5.1 or v7 win7 32bit, but probably not completely.

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Re: Creamware Osiris subharmonic

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Thanks for your insights. I’ll keep my Osiris rig as it is then. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it. What a great tool!

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