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ExperimentalScene ES AntiAlias v5.7.2 X86 VST WiN [FREE] screenshot
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ES AntiAlias is a free plugin that filters out harmonics that occur above the nyquist frequency by oversampling the input signal and then filtering.

If you are using any instruments or effects that generate aliased digital audio (many of them) ES AntiAlias can improve the sound quality. You will generally notice a difference by hearing less annoying high frequency harmonics.

Stereo Input and Output
64 Bit Floating Point Audio Engine
Minimum Phase Distortion FIR Filter

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  Member 22.12.2018 187
I have been using this plugin for some time now. It is fast, simple to use, and gives a distinctly more consistent, clearer and better defined output compared to the input sound. Its effects are rather subtle, maybe, but all that is truly there.
  Member 5.04.2017 97
Does this actually improve the sound or is it just snake oil?
  Member 22.12.2018 187
It surely does, as any oversampling of audio does it. It should be used at the end of the processing chain, to give the result just a light noble touch, but do not expect wonders.
  Resident 25.12.2017 2 869
I knew this wasn't Snake Oil as per the general idea of anti-aliasing an instrument track (no offense, masterchief2001,) but I was curious if it actually worked. Thanks for the brief review, FinalMaster. I'll be curious to see how it performs.
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  Resident 9.10.2016 3 69
maybe makes sence inside the plugin engine, not post FX.. what's the point in oversarsampling eg. some audio already proceessed by any annoying filter processor. Please let me know if I 'am so wrong.
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler A.Einstein
  Member 22.12.2018 187
Exactly the same as using oversampling in CD players, for instance. Besides, most FX plugins do not work at 32x oversampling rate, and it is a proven fact that higher oversampling rates (up to 64x) render audibly better results.
Theory aside, I just happen to hear the improvement. I do not think that is a result of placebo, because I used it on several dozens of files, over months.
  Member 15.10.2017 363
But you knew you were using it.
We need a double-blind on this...

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