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Audified SYNERGY R1 is finally out and ready to be put to work in your studio. There is nothing wrong with having a real analog device in the studio that you can control through software. Read more below.

BOSKOVICE, CZECH REPUBLIC: VST and audio effects creator Audified is happy to reveal available of SYNERGY R1– representing its very first foray into hardware with a ‘remote-controlled’ software/hardware hybrid digital (REVERB)/ analog (SATURATOR) processing module for the 500-series modular rack layout popularized by API…

Visualize a studio reverb with 7 kinds of algorithms in harmony with three type of real analog saturation, remotely-controlled from within a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) with an impressive sound and also world-class interface. Imagine no more! Making space (in a 500-series lunchbox) for Audified’s SYNERGY R1 is including a studio reverb for a brand-new era, enabling all that … as well as more.

Contemporary producers tend to avoid audio hardware effects in this day and age. Why? Well, the days of remembering such sessions when studio were a 100% analog is a lengthy process and diminishing production budgets dictate that today’s time-stressed producers frequently require to sacrificing CPU power for plug-in processing benefit. The concept is a ‘remote-controlled’ software/hardware hybrid digital (REVERB)/ analog (SATURATOR) processing module for the 500-series modular rack frame popularized by API, SYNERGY R1 that is a entirely different beast, one that efficiently turns contemporary production assumptions on their head.

Price $1,399.00 USD (Audified are offering free shipping on orders placed before the end of November 2017.)

Buy here.

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