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Silicon Valley-based JackTrip Labs has launched Soundscapes, a platform that allows JackTrip Virtual Studio users to replicate preset audio environments, including large and small halls, cathedrals, rehearsal rooms and echoing spaces, among others.
“We are excited to amplify our world-class audio experience by enabling musicians to sweeten their sound through our new powerful cloud-based capabilities of JackTrip Soundscapes,” said Mike Dickey, CEO of JackTrip Labs.
JackTrip provides the Soundscapes presets through its open-source signal processing library, which includes features like bandpass filter, limiter, reverb options, panning, and spatialization.
Musicians can combine plugins into signal chains that apply effects to the full mix and individual tracks without sacrificing latency. The company says subscribers can start using the JackTrip Soundscapes web interface to design, load, save and share new acoustical environmental presets. Free tier subscribers can access built-in presets, while premium subscribers can also customize their effects and share them with others.