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GMulti 1.0

GMulti is a three-band compressor with stereo enhancement.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 5, 2013
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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GMulti is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Graham Yeadon. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for GMulti:

EditByBSEditor: GMulti is a three-band compressor with stereo enhancement and advanced visual feedback.

The input signal is split at user-defined frequencies into three bands. Each of these bands can be compressed independently and have its stereo width altered before being mixed back together.

Bass frequencies are not directional, so it is usually preferable to share these powerful frequencies between speakers. (Some speaker systems take advantage of this FACT by taking the bass load from the signal and sending it through a single, purpose-built 'sub' speaker). You can use the width control to 'Collapse' the stereo image of the bass band so that it is centred.
You can use the mute switches listen to bands individually or in any Combination. This can be a great help when configuring the compression for each band.

Each knob is laid out the same way for consistent and easy reference. Above each one, its function is labelled. Below each is a numerical readout of its value. There is also a waveform display and a gain reduction meter for each band.

Gain: This knob adjusts the gain applied to the signal before it enters the compression stage.

Low Cut: Configure the high-pass filter. Anything below this frequency is cut. Turning the dial down to the minimum will disable the high-pass filter.

freq 1 and Freq 2: The cross-over frequencies. The first band is defined as anything up to Freq 1. The second band is defined as anything between Freq 1 and Freq 2. And the third band is defined as anything above Freq 2.

Thresh: The compressor threshold. If the level for a band rises above its threshold, compression will be applied.

Ratio: The amount of compression to apply. The level of a band will be reduced according to this ratio whenever it exceeds the relevant threshold.

Attack: The speed at which compression will take effect after the signal level rises above the threshold.
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