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Studio Units Software has announced the release of the Studio Units plug-in collection, which is described as a new framework for bespoke MIDI and audio processor design.

Studio Units
  • Combines instruments and effects in new ways.
  • Integrates with plug-ins from other manufacturers (i.e. it hosts VST plug-ins).
  • Converts between plug-in parameters, MIDI controllers and audio signals.
  • Free library of essential audio engineering tools and bizarre inventions (includes a set of free VST plug-ins).

There are 33 SU plug-ins, which are building blocks that can be used to create more sophisticated sound processors.

The SU library combines these plug-ins in the following effect patches, available without the purchase of a licence:
  • Analog Equalizer provides a ten-octave equalizer modeled on analog electronic circuits.
  • Delay Equalizer is a feedback delay that offers panning, rectification, ping pong and filtering options.
  • Low-pass Filter is a filter with a smoothly variable cutoff frequency.
  • Low-pass Follower modulates filter cutoff frequency based on the envelope of the input signal.
  • Mastering Equalizer exhibits linear phase characteristics and extreme levels of inter-band separation.
  • Mastering Limiter provides a way of increasing perceived output levels in a neutral-sounding way.
  • Multiband Compressor applies vacuum-tube compression to the individual octaves of a signal.
  • Tape Compressor emulates the compression characteristics of analog tape recorders.
  • Transient Controller allows independent control over attack, decay and sustain components of audio signals.
  • Tube Follower modulates vacuum-tube saturation based on the input signal's envelope.
  • Tube Vocoder combines its left and right inputs as carrier and modulator, also utilizing vacuum-tube emulation.

The collection is currently available as a set of VST 2.4 plug-ins for Windows (XP, Vista, 7). A Mac OS X VST/AU version is also in the pipeline. It also hosts VST plug-ins.

Pricing & Availability
Studio Units costs $99. A demo version is available, which includes the 11 free fully-functional VST effects mentioned above.
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