Klanghelm releases the SDRR saturation plug-in
Klanghelm's new SDRR plug-in is a full featured saturation plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows, with a special introductory price.
SDRR is the big brother of Klanghelm's free IVGI plug-in and offers four modes, each with its own GUI :
- Tube : 2 models of a 2-stage tube preamplifier which can be blended into each other with the Character control. Warm focuses on the transient and compression, while Sizzle captures the harmonics generated when driving the preamp.
- DIGI : designed to add and/or odd harmonics and excite the signal without coloring it too much. It features a Bit>Rate control for reduction effects
- Fuzz : two models of classic germanium fuzz stompboxes, both heavily modified for lower distortion level that suits mastering process.
- Desk : an enhanced version of the IVGI channel strip plugin with a 2-band EQ with special designed curves, controls over the transient response of the saturation and compression
The plug-in reacts to the input signal and the character of each mode can be switches off or pushed.
Klanghelm adds that you can also use the plug-in as a compressor, and EQ, a bitcrusher, a stereo widener, and more. A Drift control allows for adding some movement to the track, for a subtle processing.
SDRR also features a RMS level difference metering mode for level matching.
The plug-in is available in VST, VST3, RTAS and AU 32 and 64-bit versions for Mac OS X and Windows. You can purchase it now for the introductory price of 22€ at klanghelm.com/SDRR.html. Audio demos are also available on Klanghelm's website.
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