Using Hush Pro with AudioSuite preview, I dial back the noise and reverb in two short clips — one recorded above a busy street, the other in a reverberant stairwell.
Recrafted from the ground up for post-production workflows, Hush Pro features a new, even more precise ML model, a DSP engine optimized for live previews, and a UI shaped by months of feedback from editors in the field. The AudioSuite plugin comes in two different flavors, integrating seamlessly with Pro Tools:
Hush Mix lets you rebalance speech, reverb, and noise as if they were separate channels, previewing the results in real time. Control the precise signal-to-noise ratio with decibel-based faders, link channels for faster edits, or toggle the mute, solo, and bypass buttons to make a/b comparisons on the fly.
Hush Split uses the same engine under the hood, but prints speech, reverb, and noise into separate lanes. You can tweak the clip gain on each lane, add other plugins, or make non-destructive edits (for example, isolating a section of room tone to fill silence elsewhere in the session).
As of version 1.0.1, Hush Pro supports macOS 12 or later on the following chips: M1, M2, M1 Pro, and M2 Pro. However, for M-series Max and Ultra chips, the plugin runs significantly faster on macOS 13.1 or later. Although it will still work on Max/Ultra chips with macOS 12, you may experience long render times and/or dropouts during live preview. Upgrading to macOS Ventura typically resolves these issues.
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