Klevgränd Esspresso de-esser
Continuing their Autumn Spree during which they’ll release one product per month, Klevgränd introduces the Esspresso de-esser.
According to Klevgränd, what makes Esspresso unique is that the detection frequency range isn’t coupled with the suppressors frequency range, meaning the user can listen to a specific frequency and compress another one. The fast and accurate frequency response view aims at giving full control over annoying S-sounds that otherwise could ruin the mix.
Available as VST, VST3 and AU plugins for Windows and Mac for $49, the Esspresso is also available for iPad at $7.99.
For more details, visit Klevgränd's website.
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