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IBC 2012: Junger Audio debuts new voice processor

August 31, 2012
IBC 2012: Junger Audio debuts new voice processor
BERLIN, GERMANY — At IBC 2012, dynamics processing specialist Jünger Audio (www.junger-audio.com) will unveil V-AP, a new two channel voice processor designed for studios doing voiceover work. V-AP’s main task is to offer high-quality control of microphone recordings, but Jünger Audio has also included processing features such as HP/LP filtering, dynamic section, full parametric EQ and de-essing. All of the functions can be easily performed with the click of a mouse.  

Jünger Audio has also provided a dedicated voice leveler combined with a voiceover circuit to help integrate voice programs into loudness-based broadcasting on the fly. Using the optional SDI I/O card, automated voiceover for embedded audio becomes an attractive feature. The solution is available as either an insert into a mixing desk or as a standalone unit. It can also be used with an optional analogue boards that adds two high quality mic-preamps. 

Another key feature of V-AP is the inclusion of Spectral Signature, Jünger Audio’s automatic spectral sound management algorithm that dynamically boosts and attenuates frequency bands to preserve natural balance while achieving station sound without wide band crushing tools. With Spectral Signature, users can automatically analyze the ideal recording of their voice (direct or over telephone lines) and easily create pre-defined sound fingerprints that become the reference the algorithm matches to on all subsequent live recordings.