TesslaPRO, a transient aware signal saturator, is released by now as a VST audio plug-in for PC/Win compatible systems. [Read more...]
This article could have been an esoteric one but then it would probably be titled as “the magic is where the change happens” or something like that. Don’t worry, this is just about some findings and myth on audio transient processing and it’s, errm, reincarnation in the upcoming TesslaPRO VST audio plug-in. [Read more...]
I’m going to introduce NastyXTC here for you, the ‘Xciting Transient Controller’ which is currently in beta. [Read more...]
I’m proud to announce the TesslaPRO audio processor which brings the critically acclaimed TesslaSE signal saturator on to the next level. Beside the implementation of some popular feature requests TesslaPRO will feature some really exciting new and unique approach on signal saturation modeling.
More details will be unveiled during April on varietyofsound.wordpress.com and the release is targeted to Q2/2009.
I’m now taking some longer time for research and development which is actually the job I really like the most. Digging into some new DSP papers, drawing new circuit concept ideas and setting up some code for a proof of concept – thats almost like vacation to me. I’m already into some interesting new work in the area of saturation but there is another thing which is itching me more and more since a while. [Read more...]
The 1.0.1 maintenance release for epicVerb is out now. It covers a couple of bugfixes, improvements and is now fully SSE compatible (running on older SSE1 machines now too).
As of now the “BootEQ mkII” musical EQ and pre-amp simulator is released under freeware license and a copy is ready to download for you. Release info and download locations are maintained in the sticky “latest versions / downloads” post. Please read and accept the enduser license agreement before downloading and installing.
Requirements: SSE compatible PC, VST host running at 44,1 or 48kHz samplerate.