I'm tempted in this review to tell you to simply buy it and turn the two main knobs (de-noise and de-reverberation) up and down, because it's just that easy.  Its first selling point is certainly that it is the best-sounding de-noise/de-verb plugin-in I've used and it also is the most user-friendly.  The simple fact that you do not need to sample the noise cuts out a huge amount of time, frustration, and user error.  The plug-in has its own built-in auto-sampling, so you can start previewing results instantly. I, personally, have a hard time investing great amounts of time in de-noising my sounds because, frankly, I'd rather be doing something else.  That's why I love this plug-in so much: you could easily pull it up on the mix stage, spend ten seconds turning the main knobs up and down, and have a completely legitimate result.  

But, I would be doing you a disservice if I didn't let you in on the ultra-sexy options under the hood.  Here are three areas in which I found the ERA-D to truly stand out.  

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