Sonarworks SoundID Reference HP UG Ref4HP


Headphone Calibration Plugin (Download)Upgrade from Sonarworks Reference 4 Headphone edition to SoundID Referencefor Headphones

  • Attention - Upgrade version! requires a registered licence Sonarworks Reference 4 Headphone edition
  • Frequency response correction for headphones for the most linear reproduction possible
  • Enables better assessment of recordings and mixes over headphones
  • Comes with calibration curves for over 280 different headphone models
  • Target curves can be adjusted individually in real time
  • Translation Check simulates more than 20 different devices and device types for the accurate realisation of a mix
  • Three selectable filter modes: Zero Latency, Mixed and Linear Phase to optimise filter quality and latency for different listening situations
  • Additional settings for mono, dry/wet and safe headroom
  • Only available in the app: MIDI mapping for various parameters and user presets for predefined output configurations.
System Requirements
  • Requirements: registered Sonarworks Reference 4 Headphone Edition
  • Shipping Format: E-Mail
  • License validity: perpetual
  • Copy Protection: Online Activation
  • Simultaneous Activations: 3
  • Windows: from 8 (64-Bit)
  • Mac OS (64 Bit): from 10.12
  • add. System requirements: Internet Connection for Installation and Activation, calibr. Headphone
Supported Formats
  • Stand-Alone-Software
  • AAX native 64-Bit
  • AU 64-Bit
  • VST2 64-Bit
available since March 2021
Item number 515333
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Must have
Tom J EE 01.08.2021
SoundID Reference is kinda must have, if you need to hear accurate response from your headphones. Does the job well and has plenty of HP models covered. It's easy to use and now you can check your mixes in different translation scenarios. This makes it worth the upgrade for sure, absolute nobrainer. Thumbs up!
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