Crane Song Analog Dither CD

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Product information "Crane Song Analog Dither CD"

The Crane Song Analog DitherTM is an analog generated dither source specially designed and shaped to provide high performance bit rate reduction while retaining warm analog like qualities. This is the same dither source integrated into both SPIDER and HEDD-192. The Analog DitherTM CD is a digitized version that can be used with any digital audio editor to bring out the fullness and the 'warmth' of your tracks.


OK, I admit it: I'm a Cranesong fan. I wouldn't trade my STC-8 for anything, and now there's 'Analog Dither'. I was interested when I heard about this disc - analog dither? - but what caught my attention was that Dave Hill created it. 16 bit audio CAN sound good - fades are smooth and low level detail is great. No more harsh cymbals. No more grainy fades. This dither stays on my hard drive..."
Brad Blackwood | Mastering Engineer Ardent Studios

I got a CD labeled "Analog Dither" from Dave Hill..designer of Cranesong gear... it is analog noise that when mixed with program material seems to be a pleasant alternative to the digital dither we all know and hate. I tested it on mixed material and the difference was easily audible although the noise was not. Added a real analog thickness to low frequencies." "Dave's point to me was that normally dither is digitally produced. and he spent some time generating an analog dither that is to my ears smoother and warmer sounding. The effect on low frequencies is majorly sognificant [sic] to me, as I sometimes have a problem creating low end fullness on digital media...
John A. Chiara | SOS Recording Studio Albany, NY

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akzent audio vertreibt die Produkte von Crane Song seit 1996 exklusiv in Deutschland und Österreich. Dave Hill, der Entwickler bei Crane Song, ist ein hochrespektierter Entwickler in der Audioszene, alle seine Gerätedesigns heben sich durch innovative Details gegenüber den Produkten anderer Hersteller ab. Die klangrelevanten analogen Audioschaltungen werden bei Crane Song in Class-A Technik ausgeführt.

Die Produktfamilie umfasst Vorverstärker, Equalizer, Kompressoren und Limiter, Wandler, Abhörkontroller und auch Software. Die Klangqualität der Produkte ist im absoluten High-End Bereich angesiedelt. Die Verwendung qualitativ hochwertigster Bauteile resultiert in einer Wertigkeit, die ihresgleichen auf dem Markt sucht.

So gesehen sind die auf den ersten Blick teuren Geräte letztendlich doch preiswert und auch in 10 Jahren noch immer Up to Date.

Beste Testergebnisse in den führenden Fachmagazinen weltweit (Mix und EQ in den USA/ Studio Sound und Audio Media in Großbritannien/Studiomagazin in Deutschland) bestätigen diese Ausnahmestellung.

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OK, I admit it: I'm a Cranesong fan. I wouldn't trade my STC-8 for anything, and now there's 'Analog Dither'. I was inerested when I heard about this disc - analog dither? - but what caught my attention was that Dave Hill created it. 16 bit audio CAN sound good - fades are smooth and low level detail is great. No more harsh cymbals. No more grainy fades. This dither stays on my hard drive..."
Brad Blackwood | Mastering Engineer Ardent Studios

I got a CD labeled "Analog Dither" from Dave Hill..designer of Cranesong gear... it is analog noise that when mixed with program material seems to be a pleasant alternative to the digital dither we all know and hate. I tested it on mixed material and the difference was easily audible although the noise was not. Added a real analog thickness to low frequencies." "Dave's point to me was that normally dither is digitally produced. and he spent some time generating an analog dither that is to my ears smoother and warmer sounding. The effect on low frequencies is majorly sognificant [sic] to me, as I sometimes have a problem creating low end fullness on digital media... John A. Chiara | SOS Recording Studio Albany, NY

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