Solid State Logic (SSL), renowned for its high-quality audio processing tools, has introduced a groundbreaking plug-in named Sourcerer. This advanced dynamics processing tool is designed to eliminate unwanted ambient sounds, feedback, and stage bleed from live and pre-recorded sources.

With its intuitive interface and powerful features, Sourcerer offers a natural and effective way to maintain the original characteristics of the audio source while bringing unparalleled clarity and presence. Available in VST, AU, and AAX formats and part of the SSL and Slate Digital Complete Access Bundle, Sourcerer is set to revolutionize audio processing.

For more information, to access a free trial of Sourcerer, or a trial of Complete Access, please visit the SSL eStore

Sourcerer’s Magic in Audio Processing

Sourcerer is engineered to perform exceptionally well in various environments, including studios, live sound settings, and post-production scenarios. Its frequency-dependent expansion, filtering, and sidechain controls allow users to target and attenuate unwanted sounds precisely. Unlike traditional gates or ducking compressors, Sourcerer isolates the desired audio sources without introducing undesirable artifacts, providing a clean and polished sound.

The plug-in features adjustable Threshold, Time, and Depth settings, making it adaptable to various applications. Whether you’re dealing with concert recordings, multi-microphone setups in the studio, broadcast panels, or film dialogue, Sourcerer ensures that the essential natural elements of the recorded material are preserved.

User Experience and Expert Endorsements

Jon Sandman, SSL Plugin Product Manager, highlighted Sourcerer’s utility in various production environments. “Sourcerer is yet another display of SSL’s legacy in digital audio processing. It’s a utility tool that helps producers and engineers provide a simple and effective solution to removing unwanted noise,” Sandman stated.

Initially developed for the SSL Live console range, Sourcerer has already gained popularity among top live sound engineers working with artists such as The Killers, Sam Smith, and Peso Pluma. Now, this powerful software is available outside SSL’s large-format consoles for the first time, bringing its capabilities to your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).

Sourcerer can be purchased as a standalone plug-in or as part of the SSL Complete, included in the Complete Access Bundle alongside every Slate Digital plug-in for just $14.99 per month (terms and conditions apply). This affordable pricing model provides producers and engineers with unparalleled access to high-quality audio tools, ensuring that professional-grade sound is within reach for all.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Sourcerer plug-in? Sourcerer is an advanced dynamics processing tool developed by Solid State Logic. It removes unwanted ambient sounds, feedback, and stage bleed while preserving the original audio characteristics.

In which formats is Sourcerer available? Sourcerer is available in VST, AU, and AAX formats.

Can I use Sourcerer in live sound settings? Yes, Sourcerer is designed for use in studios, live sound environments, and post-production, making it a versatile tool for various applications.

What are the pricing options for Sourcerer? Sourcerer can be purchased as a standalone plug-in or as part of the SSL Complete Access Bundle, which includes every Slate Digital plug-in for $14.99 monthly.

Is there a trial version available? Yes, you can access a free trial of Sourcerer or the Complete Access Bundle through the SSL eStore.

Solid State Logic’s Sourcerer plug-in is a game-changer in audio processing. Its ability to remove unwanted sounds while maintaining the integrity of the original audio makes it an essential tool for producers and engineers. With flexible pricing options and availability in multiple formats, Sourcerer is poised to become a staple in both professional and home studios. Experience the magic of Sourcerer and elevate your audio projects to new heights.

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