Accusonus has just announced a time-limited sale on one of its single-knob audio plugin: the ERA 4 De-Esser. From the 4th of February until the 14th of February 2020, you can get access to this Valentine’s day sale for only $9 instead of the regular price of $59. Let’s take a look at it!
The Accusonus ERA 4 series are one-knob plugins made for content creators that want to improve or fix the audio of their projects quickly. ERA 4 plugins are compatible with every NLE and audio software on the market that accepts VSTs. Indeed, you can use these plugins with Adobe Premiere CC 2017 (or higher), Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve 15 (or higher), Avid Media Composer 2018.12.
So what does the ERA 4 De-Esser plugin do to your audio? Most of the time, “s/z/ch/sh” sounds are harsh to the ear. To fight these, you usually use what’s called a de-esser. A lot of de-esser plugins are available on the market, but the ERA de-esser is probably the most simple one to use to remove “s” sounds. All you have to do is turn one knob, and all these annoying sounds are gone. Also, there’s a DIFF button that allows you to listen to what is being removed from your recording during processing.
All the ERA 4 plugins are part of my toolkit for the last year, and I can’t recommend them enough. Like every plugin on the market, to get great-sounding results, you have to be gentle and subtle when you play with the knob. Also, a plugin will never do any “magic” especially regarding audio, so the better your take is, the better the results.
If you want to hear or learn more about the ERA 4 plugins, you can take a look at our review here.
Price and Availability
Currently, there is a special offer for the ERA 4 De-Esser plugin that lasts until the 14th of February. You can get the plugin for only $9 (instead of $59 regular price). At this price, it’s a no-brainer. If you are not quite sure yet if it can work for you, you can try it for free here. To get access to this offer, follow this link to the Accusonus website.
Have you already tried ERA 4 plugins? What do you think of these easy to use audio tools? Let us know in the comments below!