Staying focused is difficult, it slows the production process and kills creativity
Specifically designed to offer “Vibe first, detail later”, Claro has three distinct views which help to build your EQ intuition and confidence without interrupting the flow. You’ll be guided towards making the right decision for you, first time, every time.
After having reduced masking from your previously muddy mix, have you ended up with something lifeless or sterile?
Of course you have, but were you aware that not all masking is bad all of the time? Masking can impart body, thickness and presence to your tracks. Claro identifies masking and empowers you to learn and choose whether it is problematic or positively contributing to the tone you’re trying to achieve.
Resonance isn’t always bad
Resonances are the sharp, tonal characteristics that ring over time, like the overtones of a bell. They can cause things to sound harsh or boxy, and while you might be tempted to notch out or remove all of the resonances, they also help determine that sound’s character, including its pitch.
When searching for resonant areas to tweak, Claro shows precise peaks and highlights those that resonate most over time.
You don’t always refer to audio in specific Hz, so why should your Plug-In?
Claro’s friendly, intuitive interface guides you towards frequency ranges using familiar words such as ‘Mud’ and ‘Harshness’ in addition to Hz. A piano keyboard is also displayed to set your EQ band to a specific note helping you to work musically.
Claro’s EQ is highly flexible, with each of its 26 bands offering:
- A clean, musical-sounding EQ that resembles the well-loved Neve types, their modern derivatives and the SSL G Series, as well as many high-end outboard equalisers
- Left, Right, Mid, Side, Mono, or Stereo channel processing giving you the capability to correct, widen, narrow, or make space within each track
- A wide 20hz – 40kHz range. The extended high-frequency range offers a smooth, airy quality – excellent for vocals and mix busses
- Variable Q, including resonance and overshoot on the cut and shelving filters, respectively, giving you the ability to mimic classic synth filters and hardware EQ curves
- Variable slopes on all band shapes, up to super-steep (120dB per octave) for surgical work and treating precise audio bands
- Claro’s automation is smooth and artefact-free, unlike most premium EQs
- Auto Gain uniquely keeps your track at the same loudness, no matter the signal content or how you choose to EQ it
- Pro Tools 11 and above – AAX Native
- Approved Pro Tools CPU, OS and hardware configuration: www.avid.com
- Audio Units (AU) compatible application (Logic, Digital Performer etc.)
- Mac OS X 10.8 or later
- VST3 compatible application (Cubase, Nuendo, Studio One etc.)
- Mac OS X 10.8 or later
- Windows 7 or later
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