Sonos is a real-time software multiband compressor limiter for radio broadcasters that can turn your computer into a radio broadcast processor.
Sonos interfaces to sound cards using either ASIO or the Windows native multimedia audio interface. - If you use the ASIO interface, then low latency mode can be utilized. Use of ASIO is dependent upon the sound card having ASIO drivers. Most 'Pro' sound cards support ASIO. - Low latency mode enables off air monitoring while speaking just as hardware FM & AM processors do.
The application is password protected.
Sonos 4 can be automatically started with Windows and minimized to the system tray.
Sonos 4 supports multiple instances. It is possible to have up to twenty processors.
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