Slate Digital Revival
Revival is a new type of Sonic Enhancer that can add an airy shimmer to high-frequency sounds, and while adding fatness and punchiness to anything in the lower part of the frequency spectrum.
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Introducing The Slate Digital Revival
The result of years of research into what makes things sound ‘better’, Revival is a new type of Sonic Enhancer. Borrowing aspects of tubes, tape, transformers and world-class analog filters, it can be used on individual tracks – for adding a sense of air to vocals or increase the illusion of fatness to a drum sound, for instance – but it is also amazing during the mastering stage to emphasize certain details in a full mix.
How Does The Slate Digital Revival Work?
Revival effectively uses tube, tape, transformer and EQ modeling, and combines them into a unique two-knob ‘sweetening’ effect. These two knobs, Shimmer and Thickness, can be used to add a degree of shine and polish to anything in the higher end of the frequency spectrum, while increasing warmth and punch to your bottom end. And when used sparingly, can be applied to your mix buss to give your productions that little something extra.
WHY IS THE REVIVAL SUCH A BIG DEAL
- Shimmer – The Shimmer knob is used for natural high frequency extension. It handles the upper end of the frequency and harmonic spectrum, and adds depth and clarity to anything you apply it to, to help make your mix sound”right”.
- Thickness – The Thickness knob is used to adjust the fatness and punch of the lower frequency and harmonic spectrum. It adds warmth, punch, and body.