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Accusonus brings advanced sound processing to newest family of intelligent, single knob audio repair and noise reduction plug-ins for video editors, sound engineers, podcasters

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Tuesday June 25, 2019
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Accusonus (www.accusonus.com) today announced it is bringing its multi-patented, single-knob audio cleaning and noise reduction technology to its newest family of plugins for video editors, audio engineers and podcasters: the ERA 4 Bundles.
The ERA 4 Bundles (Enhancement and Repair of Audio) are a collection of single knob audio cleaning plug-ins specifically designed to reduce the complexity of the sound design and audio workflow without compromising sound quality or fidelity. They are available today in two collections: The Standard Bundle and the Pro Bundle.
Accusonus’ patented single knob design appeals to professional editors, filmmakers and podcasters as its advanced design greatly reduces the time-consuming audio repair workflow to a simple twist of a dial. Additionally, the ERA 4 Standard family of plug-ins enables aspiring content creators, YouTubers and film and audio students to quickly master audio workflows with minimal effort or expertise.
Accusonus, based in Athens, Greece and with engineering offices in Boston, MA, made their industry debut in 2014 with a family of ground breaking, critically-acclaimed music software tools. Among the first to integrate machine learning and artificial intelligence technology into audio production software, Accusonus transformed the way musicians and sound designers created music. Today they are leveraging their audio engineering expertise to expand into the film and video, content creation and burgeoning podcasting markets.
The Accusonus ERA 4 Bundles: What’s Included
The Accusonus ERA 4 Bundles are available in two different collections; the Standard Bundle and the Pro Bundle.
The ERA 4 Standard Bundle
The ERA 4 Standard Bundle is a collection of single knob audio cleaning plug-ins, that are designed for speed and fidelity with minimal effort, even if users have never edited audio before. The ERA Bundle delivers professional sound design, even to beginners. The bundle includes:

The ERA 4 Pro Bundle
The ERA Bundle Pro 4 is a multi-patented bundle of audio repair tools that offer both speed, and high-quality, high fidelity processing without compromise. Ideally suited for professional editors audio engineers and podcasters in advanced post and music production environments, Accusonus’ intelligent tools help save significant studio time by automating typically time-consuming workflows and simplifying workflows with single-knob adjustments.
The ERA 4 Pro Bundle includes all of the plug-ins from the Standard Bundle, and adds the ERA De-Esser PRO, a sophisticated, yet fast and easy to use de-essing plug-in. Except from the large main knob, ERA De-Esser PRO offers some extra controls to give you the granularity you need to really dive in and fine-tune the settings for when you’re fixing up a really bad recording.
Multi-Platform Support

The Accusonus ERA Bundle is fully supported by the following audio editors:

For filmmakers, video editors and YouTube Creators, the ERA Bundle is also supported in the following video editing applications:

Pricing and Availability
The Accusonus ERA 4 Bundles are available immediately and are priced as follows:

For more information or to purchase the ERA 4 Bundles, please visit https://accusonus.com/products/audio-repair.
Free, fully functional 14-day trials of the ERA 4 Bundles are also available by visiting https://accusonus.com/downloads.

About Accusonus

We are a team of engineers, musicians and audio experts who believe that sound design and audio repair should be fast, simple and accessible to everyone. We believe that computers are ideal tools for creating, inspiring the content creators of the future. That’s why we developed our own patented Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence technology in order to enable previously unimaginable sound processing workflows. Accusonus is based in Massachusetts (USA) and in Athens/Patras Greece. For more information, please visit www.accusonus.com.

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