Air Harmonic eXciter | HF Harmonic Saturation Colour Module
- Adds High-Frequency Harmonic Content
- Restores the HF Content After Compression
- Enhances the Sound Stage
- Makes the Mix Sharp and Vivid
- Two Modes of Operation
- Two Settings of Harmonic Level
- SOLO Mode for Blending Processors
- Fully Analog Design
- Ideal for Mastering and Tracking
- Compatible with DIYRE Colour Format
The Air Harmonic eXciter is a Saturation Colour Module designed specifically for generating the harmonics in the HF band.
Air Harmonic eXciter enhances the sound by adding a cocktail of odd and even harmonics to the original signal.
Air Harmonic eXciter colour module uses a unique solution to generate the harmonics. Instead of simply clipping the signal the waveform is cut from the bottom.
The effect is very similar to the large format studio harmonic exciters used to restore the HF content after processing the mix with the studio equipment.
The Air Harmonic eXciter is perfect for mastering and tracking especially when used together with LF Harmonic Maximizer saturation module.
The LF Harmonic Maximizer and the Air Harmonic eXciter Saturation Modules were designed to work together!
They match and complement each other delivering the performance of the large format studio equipment.
This is the perfect duo that can bring to life any track or mix.
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HD Audio Samples
Audio Samples are level matched. The subjective loudness difference is a result of the increase of the harmonics content introduced by the LF Harmonic MAXimizer and the Air Harmonic eXciter Colour Modules.
Designed for Parallel Processing
The Air Harmonic eXciter has a special feature which makes it very useful when used with a Parallel Blending processor.
The SOLO jumper can cut off the dry signal completely, leaving only the WET signal. The MIX knob in the C572 will control the balance between the WET and DRY signal jus like in the mixing desk.
This is the simplified signal flow diagram of the Air Harmonic eXciter saturation module.
Note: If you use the Saturation Processor which doesn’t have the Blending feature it is recommended to set the SOLO jumper to DRY IN.