A well-known transient processor gets a redesign, offering more overall versatility. We check out the SPL Transient Designer 4 Mk2!
This week’s round-up of free plug-ins brings you a compressor inspired by the legendary Distressor, a noise reduction tool, and a transient designer.
This week's collection of free plug-ins brings you some tasty plate reverbs, sequenced multi-effects, and an easy-to-use transient designer.
Yum Audio has teamed up with producer Mr. Bill to create Slap – a new all-in-one drum processing plug-in based on Mr. Bill's signature technique.
JMG Sound Nanopulse is a transient designer with 64 attack profiles and multi-band transient shaping for punchy tracks that cut through the mix.
This week’s collection of free plug-ins includes the return of everyone’s favorite time stretching tool, a distortion effect and a transient shaper.
The new poltergate plug-in by denise audio is an all-in-one drum cleanup tool that offers gating, transient design, de-bleeding and clipping all at once.
Wavegrove UTU is a new transient shaper plug-in with a few extras, including separate filters for the attack and sustain phases and optional M/S processing.
Wavesfactory Quantum takes transient shaping to a new level by letting you apply a wide range of effects to the attack and sustain phases separately.
Voxengo Peakbuster is a new multi-band transient booster and harmonic enhancer plug-in with an automatic algorithm for natural-sounding results.
This week’s roundup of the best free plug-ins features a 3D panner, a transient designer and a reissue of one of the most beloved free plug-ins of all time.
spiff is a transient designer made for boosting or attenuating transients in "extreme detail". The processor analyses incoming signal and applies processing only on parts which contain transient information.
With a new transient-based processor appearing nearly once a week at the moment, Brainworx re-vamp the trusty little SPL Microplugs by Plugin Alliance.
Not another saturation plug-in I hear you ask? Well, not quite. PUNISH has a lot more on offer, including its own flavour of distortion effects.
Announced back in April, details about the new AtomicTransient plugin from Molecular Bytes were sketchy. Released this week, all becomes clear.
As their first ever in-house plugin, hype around this new release has been building for a while now. Now that the demo is available to try, there's certainly mixed feedback as the story continues to unfold.
Flux::'s well-known freeware transient designer is now 'frequency dependant' in a new 'pro' form. But how will it compare to the new Sonnox plugin?