To the users of the Rescue plug-in: Which version are you using – the standard or the AE one?
Don’t miss to read the whole story at preservationsound.com!
… and finally adds support for higher samplerates.
- support for higher samplerates
- faster loading times on systems with large amounts of system fonts
- VST vendor tag changed to “Variety Of Sound”
- stability improvements when deleting the plug-in from effect slots
- stability improvements in cubase hosts
- VU display issue on mono tracks fixed
- less CPU consumption if GUI is closed
- slightly increased 2nd order harmonic in “TUBE ON” mode
- resetting the DRV knob with <ctrl>+click w/o any audio artifacts now
- reset position for the left LF frequency knob corrected to 250Hz
- audio crackles while switching preamp section on/off eliminated
- improved HF shelving filter with freq dip and asymetric behaviour
- changed pop-up displays version number now
- some EQ code optimizations added
- preset and manual update
- some display/knob rendering issues mainly in samplitude (compiler bug)
BootEQ mkII is available as freeware for Win32 and VST compatible systems – to download just refer to the download page or just click here instead and please acceppt the end-user license agreement.
Similar to the EQ’s and filters in BootEQ mkII, NastyVCS stays on the musical (and not the surgical) side of the audio source. It is more kind of coloring toolbox (especially in the combination with the PHASE option) rather than allowing to shape audio disfigured beyond recognition. Some classic technical principles have been carefully selected and replicated and the overall combination and attention to detail makes NastyVCS stand out in the crowd of equalizers today. [Read more…]
The upcoming NastyVCS virtual console strip VST plug-in will feature three pristine and complementary tools to shape the audio dynamics. This allows a vast variety of different dynamic treatments and here is a very first and brief overview: [Read more…]
After 3 month of bugfixing, improving and testing, version 1.5 of the award-winning tape dynamics simulator is finally available as of today. It features numerous fixes and additions and if you did not tried it yet don’t miss it now! [Read more…]
In the recent article from phasing to phase alignment I had a closer look to what the Little Labs IBP actually does and hinted that in principle it could be easily extended to a plain but already musical sounding delay unit. And in fact, given the digital version, this could easily be done by some rather simple routing and addition: [Read more…]
I’m really proud to announce the NastyVCS virtual console strip which finally brings the beloved “nasty” signal coloration series onto the next level.
Build entirely new around an opto-electric style compression unit, NastyVCS offers everything you need to shape your channels dynamics and tone. It offers a dedicated input stage featuring crunchy pre-amp saturation and a brickwall safety limiter in the output stage while everything is set up to work in zero latency and so to have it available for hassle free tracking and mixing. Two dedicated filters can be used in either the audio path or in the compressors sidechain which can be external as well. [Read more…]
In the recent article about audio signal coloration I’ve already talked about the importance of the signals phase response in respect to the perceived tonal spectrum and today I’m going straight ahead towards phase alignment and how a signal delay relates to the phase response. But first let’s have a look at some nice youtube stuff showing Jonathan Little on demonstrating his Little Labs IBP phase alignment tool.