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Core 12 represents a new technological advancement by Acustica:

  • Upgraded SASM (Symmetric & Asymmetric Saturation Modeling) high performance saturation algorithm;
  • Introduction of a new post-production sample de-noising tech for cleaner deconvolved impulses called STT (Super transient technology);
  • Full compatibility with Client/Server architecture integrated by default in Acqua plugins;
  • Engine optimization introducing a new highly efficient algorithm. This innovative technique is applied to all the deconvolved impulses for further de-noise processing and subsequent elimination of any incorrect low-level behavior (including the so-called "echo bug").

Core 12 allows performance improvements for each plug-in of the Acqua Effects series, while at the same time preserving all the features already supported in previous CORE upgrades.

Core 11 represents a significant upgrade of the already revolutionary Acustica technology.
It's not only an engine optimization which improves the performance of every Acqua Effects plugin, but also acompletion of all the features already supported in COREX with the addition of a number of substantial innovations:

  • Introduction of new Delay and Pre-delay modules;
  • Client/server architecture supported also in Acqua plugins;
  • Implementation of High Efficiency Symmetric & Asymmetric Saturation Modeling (SASM), a new high performance saturation algorithm/harmonic distortion modeling characterized by a significantly smaller number of digital artifacts.

CORE X is the revolutionary upgraded multithreading technology by Acustica.
It is an optimization of Core9 in terms of high performance, it introduces new important features allows to optimize performance of Acqua plug-ins.
Features actually supported in Core X:

  • Internal saturation of the plug-in no longer exceeds +3 dB
  • New algorithm for hard-clipping.
  • "Multi-input system" implemented
  • "Blending algorithm" to reduce the number of istances, it allows significant saving in terms of CPU.

 

Features actually supported in Core9:

  • Variable speeds on vector nodes improving the sound quality of the compressors and allowing to reach very fast speeds and precision.
  • Envelope followers based on control sources.
  • Queue messages used for several widgets like knobs improving the behaviour, control, and stability of plug-ins.
  • Hiddend components fault-tolerant inside nebula/acqua engine to minimized crash/bugs.
  • New wrapper to get better balanced AAX format
  • Several minor fixes and improvements (about trimming, sample rate conversion, distribution of sample rate packs, fixes on loaded program rate).
  • This engine is linked to Nat4 to allows the full automatic compressor sampling.
  • Switchmode optimization reducing CPU loading
  • Lazy loading pattern introduced to improve the loading of the objects

Core8 is an optimization of Core7 in terms of high performance, it introduces new important features ( FIR-IIR algorithmic sidechain and predisposition for FIR-IIR clipper) allows to optimize performance of Acqua plug-ins.

CORE7 the revolutionary multithreding technology by Acustica. It's a fractal approach to partitioned convolution, allows to optimize performance of Aqua plug-ins to make maximum use of your system resources…to exploit zero latency.

CORE6 engine involving our convolution technique of FIR filters allows the condensing of series of cascadeing filters to a single filter that is with which to perform the audio processing, instead of a series of filters, allow Acqua plug in to reduce latency up to 1/8.

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