The current Sonarworks Reference 4 DAW Plugin is compatible with any host supporting VST, AU, AAX or RTSA plugins.
Sonarworks, a developer of studio calibration software, and ADAM Audio, manufacturer of monitoring speakers, have announced a partnership to help audio creators achieve studio reference sound. The two brands have combined their expertise, and plan to announce new monitoring solutions in the first half of 2019.
“Our international user base is very aware of limitations in their monitoring environments, which in most cases are prohibitively expensive or time consuming to overcome.” said Christian Hellinger, CEO at ADAM Audio. “Through our partnership with Sonarworks, our international customer base will be able to experience our amazing loudspeakers without having to worry about imperfects in their rooms.”
Fixing the monitoring environment has always been one of the biggest obstacles music creators face in achieving reference audio. “By integrating our software expertise with ADAM Audio’s best-in-class monitoring systems, we are set to overcome this challenge — so there is nothing standing in the way of achieving truly reliable, reference sound,” said Martins Popelis, co-founder and vp of products at Sonarworks.
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