Accurately adjust the sound field
If your recording contains natural room acoustics but seems a bit dry, use the Ambience Enhancer to enhance the room acoustics before adding artificial reverb. This will avoid the unwanted side effect of adding reverb to the already existing reverberation and will give a more natural result.
The Ambience Enhancer analyzes the incoming audio and decomposes it into ambience and direct sound. By adjusting various parameters such as gain, filter, delay, etc., you can control the ambience sound as you wish.
When combined with 3DX, you can instantly create the perfect upmix or downmix. This is also effective when you want to use stereo material to blend into a surround music.
Dive deeper into the processor
The ambience signal is the result of decomposing the original signal, and the plug-in does not add any reverberation or artificial sounds. The processor that separates the ambience is based on the MS technique and uses the phase difference between multiple channels as a cue to separate them.
It is effective for stereo and multi-channel sound sources. It is not recommended for use with mono sound.
Choose your perfect fit.
Ambience Enhancer is available in two editions, Lite and Standard, depending on your needs.
Lite has simpler functions and is suitable for quick adjustments. It is ideal for adjusting the sound field of individual stereo tracks.
Standard is the edition with multi-band processing and is ideal for adjusting the sound field of group busses and master tracks. It also supports multi-channel inputs and outputs, making it powerful for mixing surround and 3D audio.
Note that in order to use the Standard edition for mixing surround or 3D audio, your DAW must support multi-channel tracks.