G-Sonique launches TrebleCream
G-Sonique introduces a new audio processing plug-in dedicated to mid/treble and transients and called TrebleCream.
TrebleCream is a VST plug-in for Windows with which you can soften mids and treble and prevent distorted transients from you mix. The plug-in uses both algorithms and analog circuit emulations and it can be applied to individual tracks, mix bus or master.
The GUI features two sections:
- The Mid/Treble processing circuit with several controls for threshold, attack, softening rate, Fade Off (time in milliseconds during which the softening continues after reaching the threshold level), a makeup gain, an input volume for this section and frequency range/band to be softened
- A Treble Boost section allows for compensating the dynamics loss after Mid/Treble processing, with frequency, Q and boost rate (color) controls
The GUI also includes a classic VU-meter.
TrebleCream is available for the special introductory price of $18.90€ instead of 28.90€. Visit www.g-sonique.com for more info.
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