Friday’s Freeware: Matthieu Brucher
Matthieu Brucher, a young software developer, released this week two plug-in for audio processing on Mac and Windows.
The ATKCompressor and ATKExpander are based on Audio Toolkit and are 32- and 64-bit compatible on Windows and 64-bit compatible on Mac OS X 10.8 and above. You can also download the source code for free.
The ATKCompressor features attack, release, threshold, slope, softness and makeup gain controls.
The ATKExpander, that also serves as a noise gate, offers the same controls, only the makeup gain has been removed from the GUI.
You can download both VST2/3 and AU plug-ins for free at matt.eifelle.com.
Have a sunny and sonic weekend!
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