• MAAT – DRMeter MkII 2.0.4 STANDALONE, VST, VST3, AAX x86 x64
• MAAT – MtG 2.0.4 VST, VST3, AAX x64
• MAAT – RSPhaseShifter 2.0.4 VST, VST3, AAX x86 x64
• MAAT – SantaCruzEQ v2. 0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
• MAAT – thEQblue v2.0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
• MAAT – thEQorange v2.0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
MAAT – DRMeter MkII 2.0.4 STANDALONE, VST, VST3, AAX x86 x64
MAAT DRMeter offers the necessary options for measuring sound level in real time. These include graphical and numerical estimates of the dynamic range of DR, as well as measurements of the SPPM peak, RMS amplitude, and digital boosts. The release of MAAT DRMeter was MAAT’s first step in promoting the legacy of the legendary TT PMF dynamic range meter, by far the most popular measuring plug-in in the last decade, which has spawned many inexact imitators. The carefully tuned ballistics of DRMeter have contributed to the widespread recognition of the original TT, inspiring music producers and artists around the world to release more dynamic music releases. Again and again we tested the new DRMeter in comparison with the original TT DR Meter to ensure constant user interaction.
MAAT – MtG 2.0.4 VST, VST3, AAX x64
Optimizing workflows for spoken words, sound for images, podcasts and broadcasts, MtG automatically fills in pauses of any length in edited tracks. This plugin provides smooth sound looping with controls for visualizing and defining cyclic fillings, as well as gain control to easily integrate looped audio into your material.
Use MtG to speed up the creation of your musical atmosphere, foley and, of course, radio and television audio; wherever continuously repeating audio is required. A cross-platform plugin, MtG works in your favorite DAW with any sample rate you need. For radio, television and podcasting, use 44.1 or 48k. For gaming sound, film production, or where clarity and resolution are paramount, MtG easily handles up to 384 kHz.
Not all DAWs behave the same, and MtG knows that. It includes precautions to tell you if your DAW is not ready to work well with MtG, reducing errors and frustrations. MtG also includes zoom controls to quickly identify any inaudible or unwanted material that you might want to remove from your loop.
MAAT – RSPhaseShifter 2.0.4 VST, VST3, AAX x86 x64
Analogue soul, digital heart. The only official digital implementation of pure analog W2324 phaser device from Roger Schult / German Audio Lab.
The plugin provides a quick, convenient and musical means of aligning individual elements of the mix to achieve the best result. RSPhaseShifter is perfect for any situation where you need to control the tonality, energy spectrum and harmonic content through phase manipulation. Post-production, mastering, compensation of external equipment, film re-recording, live performance, sound amplification, as well as the creation of content for games and virtual reality – all this makes it possible to have RSPhaseShifter on hand.
The RSPhaseShifter was created in conjunction with Roger Schult / German Audio Lab and is a painstaking 64-bit digital implementation of Schult’s reliable Schult Phase Shifter W2324 analog equipment. When multiple sources complement each other, the RSPhaseShifter should be your choice for a fast, intuitive, easy to use and effective tool.
MAAT – SantaCruzEQ v2.0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
Equalizer is perhaps the oldest and most popular of sound processing tools. From the earliest days, the main function was to correct or strengthen by increasing or decreasing certain frequencies.
Over the course of a century, engineers have developed countless equalizers. Few have become a legend, our thOQorange is one. The most popular version for recording and recording is the parametric equalizer or PEQ, first perfected by Massenburg in 1972. It offers maximum flexibility with just three controls. Used properly, PEQ is a powerful tool and the best friend of every audio engineer in search of the perfect sound. However, how Spidey (and Voltaire) always remind us: “With great power comes great responsibility.” Created by a stupid or cost-limited software engineer, he can become your greatest sonic enemy.
Why develop another parametric equalizer (PEQ) when there are already hundreds on the market? The answer is simple … because there is room for improvement! These were customers of the original LinearPhase PEQ Red and Orange who asked Algorithmix to develop a classic equalizer for recording and mixing tasks with unrivaled clarity and transparency. Over the course of several years, our dock Christoph carefully analyzed many of the best and gathered an extensive knowledge base on the best practices of analog equalizer. Based on this, he realized not one or two, but a whole collection of equalizers. Result? The quintessence of analogous predecessors based on new ideas. We know that you will find your favorite sound.
We wanted to take the analog to a different level, so we developed many respected hardware equalizers, creating idealized digital versions based on this inspiration. Unlike models or simulations that carry analog baggage, SantaCruzEQ has no noise, distortion, or other secondary effects inherited from analog.
SantaCruzEQ12 is the most comprehensive collection of classic EQ architectures ever put together in one package. You will get accurate, idealized examples of the legendary analog equalizer circuitry, complemented by progressive new models. SantaCruzEQ, whether vintage, modern, or experimental, is an audio sandbox in which every mixing and mastering engineer can tinker with.
MAAT – thEQblue v2.0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
ThEQblue is based on the revolutionary foundation of the classic PEQ Blue from Algorithmix, while maintaining benchmark quality in the 21st century. thEQblue is a collection of twelve minimum phase equalizer architectures, each using 80-bit internal floating-point precision. We have developed many respected hardware equalizers, creating idealized digital versions based on this inspiration. Instead of models or simulations that carry analog “baggage”, thEQblue has no noise, distortion or other secondary effects inherited from analog.
MAAT – thEQorange v2.0.4 VST / VST3 / AAX x86 x64 R2R
When cleanliness is paramount.
Linear phase equalizer with unprecedented clarity. To master the ears and other discerning engineers.
Many master engineers, including MAAT founder Friedemann Tischmeier, were fans of the legendary original Algorithmix Linear Phase PEQ Orange. Unfortunately, Algorithmix EQs were only available as 32-bit VSTs for PCs and our workstations, and our industry has evolved since then. Tischmeier’s students have repeatedly asked for alternatives, forcing him to scan the market for other high-end equalizers. Colleague Bob Katz recommended EQuilibrium, the insanely versatile tool that Tishmeyer used for training. However, he could not find a satisfactory alternative that would take the place of his original PEQ Orange.