eaReckon launches a transient shaper
eaReckon announces the availability of TransReckon, a transient processor plug-in for Mac and PC with a special introductory price.
TransReckon allows for adding punch to your percussive instruments, presence to acoustic instruments or isolate certain elements in a loop for example. You can even use it to add a gated reverb effect or simulate a pre-delay with a reverb.
The GUI features two large center knobs for attack and sustain adjustment, and you’ll also find input and output meters and level knobs as well as Length and Sensitivity controls, a Listen mode, a Flat Sustain option and a built-in brickwall limiter.
TransReckon is a VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. It is available for the introductory price of 39€ instead of 59€ until July 22nd and you can download a trial version at www.eareckon.com.
Here is a presentation and tutorial:
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