Phase cancellation occurs whenever you record anything with more than one microphone. Some people ignore it and keep the tracks dull, some manually search for delays, and others let MAutoAlign do the job for them automatically and move on to the next activity.
Extremely easy to use
MAutoAlign finds the ideal delays and polarity inversions automatically. Just put an instance on each track that you want to fix and click a button. Absolutely no complicated routing or side-chaining is needed. MAutoAlign will find all other instances of itself automatically.
Completely transparent processing
By default, the plugin only delays each track and possibly inverts the polarity of some of them. But no filtering is done, nothing that would alter the signal in any way. You can expect pristine audio quality with improved attack and minimum phasing problems.
Spectral phase compensation
Since version 11.02 MAutoAlign performs something previously unimaginable - it actually fixes the phase for each frequency in all tracks, if you ask it to. During the analysis, it now not only estimates the ideal delays and polarity but also the ideal phase rotation to minimize cancellations. This means it can compensate for phase differences caused by the 3D nature of the instruments being recorded, by the microphones and other recording equipment, and even the processing you perform before MAutoAlign. So now you can actually equalize the tracks without worrying about phase cancellations!
As always you'll find the standard MeldaProduction features: M/S, surround support as well as other channel modes, and our easy-to-use integrated help system.
Supports VST, VST3, AU, and AAX interfaces on Windows (both 32-bit and 64-bit) & Mac (64-bit only)
MAutoAlign supports all major hosts on both platforms. Check system requirements for information about compatibility and installation.
64-bit processing and an unlimited sampling rate
MAutoAlign provides the maximum audio quality you can get. It uses 64-bit audio processing and can handle any sampling rate. It does not make much sense to go over 192kHz, but if you think it is a good idea, the plugin can do that.