Jünger Makes Consistent Audio Easy
A new spectral-signature function in the Jünger T*AP audio processor offers consistency to audio, courtesy of its ability to analyze an audio signal and then build a spectral mask that can be laid over other audio signals and make the latter and former have matching characteristics.
“Not everyone is very good at tweaking audio, or they aren’t authorized to change too much,” says Marc Judor, manager of international sales and marketing for Jünger. “But spectral signature analyses the audio signal at 256 points and then builds a mask that can be dynamically applied to live content.”
Uses for the system include making it possible to have one’s own program match a competing program’s audio characteristics or to give consistency to a news program that may be recorded in different locations. It can even be applied to help talent who may be suffering from a cold to sound more like their normal selves.
Says Judor, “It has some interesting applications.”