After 3 years of using the Clariphonic Original DSP, he had compiled a fairly comprehensive list of improvements I wanted to do. So I made them all, and the result is the Clariphonic DSP mkII, modeled from scratch using all new algorithms and filters.
In my opinion, the mkII sounds markedly softer than the original, and is considerably more potent in use. It has three modes: classical stereo, dual mono that can match each side differently, or Mid-Side to sweeten advanced way.
I also checked the GUI, it’s a little easier to use and much easier to use. Among the softest sound, the 3 operational modes and improved interface, I’m more proud of this design that none of those who have done so far, and that comes from the guy who recently dropped the Tweaker.
Everyone who bought a new license for the original DSP Clariphonic get full credit for the upgrade … even if they bought three years ago for sale. Go to the store for instructions. Enjoy!
WARNING: Before you do anything, be sure to back up your lib!
– Replace the original lib in / usr / lib / lib provided with for your operating system