This plug-in offers Ether in a real-time processing environment (i.e. any program you have on your PC that can host VST 2.0 specification plug-ins) with some additional controls.
Spectral compositing uses short-time Fourier analysis and resynthesis to combine two
sounds according to their spectral content. The ‘spectral content’ of a sound here is considered to be the magnitude and phase of a sound in different frequency bands and
how they vary over time.
The Ether VST plugin will analyze two incoming sounds and, for each frequency band, places the magnitude and/or phase of the sound with the highest magnitude in that band into the same frequency band for the combined\output sound.
If both magnitude and phase are selected to be composited Ether works as a mixing
tool which adaptively equalises the two sounds to be combined and the effects can be
subtle. If only one of magnitude or phase are selected to be composited the effect is similar to that of a vocoder where some timbral characteristics of one sound are
imposed onto those of another sound.









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Ether Free Download is an audio signal processing plug-in with audio effects for DAWs.
It provides real-time processing of audio signals in order to make the desired
sounds out of two or more input channels.
Ether applies spectral content selection and spectral content synthesis,
using a fast Fourier transform (FFT) for audio analysis and resynthesis.
The ‘selective’ processing is based on spectral content analysis in different frequency bands. The ‘synthesis’ processing is based on the spectral content synthesis of the original sounds with the help of the selective processing.
The operations are controlled by two visualisation parameters for the original
sounds (magnitude and phase) as well as for the mixed signal (both phases combined).
By selecting one or both parameters two different sonic effects can be
• Equalisation: Ether approximates the input signals and mixes it
with the original signals. The output signal can be manipulated in
order to achieve e.g. a ‘crushing’ effect (equalisation with low
cut-off frequency and high gain).
• Vocoding: Ether inverts the spectral contents of the selected
input signals to the extent that the output sounds resembles a
vocoder (i.e. a device which converts speech to sounds of different
tones) and then mixes these ‘voice modulated’ sounds together to
produce a new sound (where the voices with the highest
magnitude will have higher volume).
Ether enables the two processing effects on the two output channels. This
way the user can use Ether to mix the sources and, in real-time, this mix
can be further processed by other plug-ins or VST effects.
In addition, Ether makes use of FFT algorithms to analyse the input signals.
These are CPU-intensive and thus slow down Ether if the FFT is triggered too often
(e.g. when the user plays a very high-frequency tone). This could be a problem
for high frequency sound signals such as plucked strings, electronic guitar or
bass guitar where the FFT is triggered frequently (e.g. a note on one string).

Ether In Sound
With the ‘Ether In’ button an external plug-in which is capable of providing
an output signal can be connected to Ether. E.g. if the selected audio device
produces a DC-component,

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This control allows the phase of the frequency band (represented by the selected magnitude source) to be set relative to the phase of the frequency band of the other selected magnitude source. This controls the relative phase between the two sounds.

This control is used to select whether Ether will composite the magnitude or phase. This control will not have any effect if both sources are selected but will select to composite either magnitude or phase depending on the state of either the phase or magnitude control.

Time Shift
This time shift, if given a value, sets the number of samples to be shifted. This is to allow some degree of control over the temporal shifting.

This control selects which harmonics to include in the composition of each frequency band.

If this is checked, Ether will composite the frequency band corresponding to the selected magnitudes and will ignore the frequencies of the selected magnitudes. This can be used to set a frequency boundary around which Ether will not composite (this takes effect from the start of the first frequency band selected).

PC Rate
This control sets the PC sample rate used for the calculation of the frequency bands. The only available option is 48 kHz, which will give Ether a consistent frame-by-frame resolution.

This selects what program will play the composed sound. With the program selected Ether will only work on
VST 2.0 compatible VST hosts, or plugins, but not on VST 1.2 compatible VST hosts, or plugins.

This control sets the tempo of the composed sound. This can be used as a time aligned ‘pitch’ for the composed sound. This value is ignored if the composite is set to use phase rather than magnitude.

This control selects the maximum level of the scaled source. This controls how fast the sound is started
and also sets the level at which Ether will stop scaling.

This control will smooth off the level of the scaled source.

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• 2×6 spectro\resampling.
• 3 selectable original sounds.
• Mix in range from 0 (all in one sound) to 1 (1 channel in each).
• 3×3 diffraction filters per sound.
• Mix in 0–100 range.
• Split in 4 bands of 2, 2, 2, 2.
• 8 bands of pure magnitude and 100% phase, or 3 bands of pure magnitude and
100% phase, and 3 bands of pure phase, or mixed with one of phase or magnitude.
• 2–8 bands of pure magnitude and 0% phase, or 3–10 bands of pure magnitude and 0% phase,
and 3–10 bands of pure phase.
• 1 or 2 bands of pure magnitude and 100% phase.
• Undo/redo.
• Options for timbral equalization, filter choice and equalization.
• Built-in preset manager.
• Gamma correction.
• 64 presets.
• LFO.
• 8 bands of Ether-Kompound time\pitch envelopes.
• LFO support with 24 waves.
• No Audio or MIDI output.
• VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins.
• [Microsoft Windows\] XP or newer.
[Windows] Vista or newer will also work with the performance tools installed.

[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins

[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins

[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins
[Macintosh] VST 2.0 compatible host for the plugin’s plug-ins


What’s New In Ether?

– Two-band quality control: Magnitude and/or phase of audio channels
– Unsharp masking
– Automatic gain control (AGC)
– Dynamic range compression
– Equalisation
– Combinarisation effects
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System Requirements For Ether:

Minimally, you’ll need Windows 7 with the most recent update (or 8.1), a PC with 2 GB of RAM, a graphics card with 3D acceleration (if using Windows), and a 250 GB hard drive.
Recommended Requirements:
You’ll need Windows 7 with the most recent update (or 8.1), a PC with at least 4 GB of RAM, a graphics card with 3D acceleration (if using Windows), and a 750 GB hard drive.
Recommended Hardware:
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