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Wheatstone Has a New Audioarts Voice Processor

Voice1 promises to “bring out that larger-than-life broadcast voice in anyone”

A new voice processor will be one of several new products on display from Wheatstone at the NAB Show.

The Audioarts Voice1 processor delivers “a warm, yet robust vocal presence” without undesirable coloration, according to the company.

It’s a WheatNet-IP audio network device like its four-channel sibling the M4IP-USB, with routable I/O and logic control.

It uses Wheatstone’s Super Quiet mic preamps. Other features include asymmetrical voice correction, optimized high-frequency EQ, targeted filtering and psychoacoustical algorithm technology.

Wheatstone highlights the sibilance correction in the Voice1. 

“Unlike the wholesale broadband attenuation of many mic processors, Voice1’s de-esser looks at the spectrum where ‘esses’ are typically found to reduce the energy above a given threshold without sacrificing other frequencies. The result: robust, yet tonal detail.”

Wheatstone will be in booth W3000 at NAB.

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