Cyclic Panner is an unique pan/width control tool based on axis transformation.Common panners employs channel gain-based panning, however,it often reduces stereo width at the left/right ends of panning.
Using Cyclic Panner, material's sound field is retained even if it is put on the left/right end of sound field.Pan-linked LPF feature makes "lowpass-ing opposite channel" panning technique dramatically easy.Furthermore, visual display of sound field helps user to understand current sound field intuitively.
- Unique panning / width control tool.
- Visual display of sound field.
- Pan-linked low-pass filter.
- Very low CPU load.
"Invisible Limiter is one of the best limiters I've heard - super easy to use. I heard a bunch of other producers raving about it on tour, so I checked it out for myself"
— Morgan Page
Simple yet powerful. Invisible limiter is a real superior mastering processor.
There are many cases where the Invisible limiter works best in music production. Many multi-band compressors out on market tends to loose the shape of sound, or alters the relation between each bands. But this powerful plugin can add enough energy to the sound source, without loosing the musicality and shape of the track.
There could be a day when you have to deal with some unbalanced 2mix files, with tons of unwanted peaks. Even for that type of situation, this plugin works like a charm. Invisible limiter gives trully natural reduction, while it keeps the shape of sound source.
It works great for natural and organic mix, but this versatile plugin also works well for genres that requires really high pressured and punchy mastering, such as EDM.
Surprisingly, you can control it all with just a tweak on a single knob. If the 2mix is well balanced, all you need to do is to adjust the input gain. It's that simple.
If you are a musician who is looking for a very first limiter, or an expert seeking for a natural sounding limiter, this is the best suit solution for you.
— Aurtas (composer / mastering engineer)
Invisible Limiter – A masterpiece of audio plugin from Japan.
I'm the type of composer who started composition from computer based music. So I work on all sort of musical aspects–such as programming, orchestral arrangement, audio engineering etc– in same manner. Therefore, I have strong urge to produce a well balanced, listener friendlily mastered audio files. As a result, limiter for master bus became a really critical matter for me. Spent a ton of money, experienced a ton of disappointment. Compromising for unwanted results.
If you are a person who's currently thinking "what should I insert for my master bus next?", you're luckier than anyone else! Invisible Limiter is the best plugin I can imagine for "raise the audible volume as best as possible, but keep the detail as best as possible, " type of job.
You don't have to deal with humongous number of knobs and parameters. All you need to do is to crank up the level knob. It gets as loud as you need, while the detail of your mix is conserved.
If you're in doubt, try a demo. I guarantee that you'll be shocked by it's quality, that blows all the other limiters away!
— Yasuhiro Nakashima (Music Composer)
- Windows Vista SP2
- Windows 7 SP1
- Windows 8
- Windows 8.1
- Windows 10
- Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
- OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
- OS X 10.9 Mavericks
- OS X 10.10 Yosemite
- OS X 10.11 El Capitan
- macOS 10.12 Sierra
SSE3 support is required.
VST2, VST3, AudioUnit, AAX-Native
- Supports 44.1k - 192kHz Sample Rate
- 64-bit Floating-point Internal Precision
- Latency Compensation (needs DAW's support)
- Factory Preset
- A/B Comparison
- Reset to Default