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Eiosis E²Transienter

Eiosis has announced the E²Transienter, a new plug-in that apparently brings a unique, simple and powerful approach to transient processing.


We're told that it is far more than a simple transient designer and it can be used in many situations, including high demanding mastering jobs.

According to Eiosis the the E²Transienter is based on a patented architecture and parameter combination, which allows detecting and processing transients independently. You can apparently get a wide range of settings, from simple attack enhancement, to complex mix adjustments thanks to the advanced parameters. The included presets are designed to let you easily, and immediately, get the settings suited to your needs. You can then adjust the parameters to get the sound you are searching for.

This is how Eiosis describes the E²Transienter:


    Unique transient detection and processing
    The E²Transienter allows not only processing attacks like other transient processors, but it also allows selecting, processing and equalizing the transients inside a specific frequency range, i.e. to "catch" specific attacks very precisely with great responsiveness.

    Use the E²Transienter in many situations
    On buss tracks, you can use it for drum mixes to slightly enhance the attack brightness, or on a whole mix to process attacks inside a specific frequency range. For example, you can reduce the presence of a snare drum or a hi-hat without using compression, enhance some details of the stereo side signal, or add low end to the kick drum, etc.

    Equalize the attacks
    The E²Transienter can be more simply defined as an attack equalizer. The three basic filters types (Bell, Shelf and Low Pass) can be adjusted in frequency and resonance, and the special Loudness filter lets you quickly adjust the loudness contour of the attacks to easily enhance or reduce their presence inside the mix.

    A transient stereo tool
    The E²Transienter detection section includes advanced stereo options, which helps you to enhance, fix and transform stereo attacks in a unique and flexible way. The transient detection and processing can be done in L/R or M/S modes: the stereo section parameters allow gradually selecting L or R channels for detection, mono or wide processing, processing only Mid signals, reversing the phase, etc.

    More than a transient designer
    The E²Transienter is very flexible and lets you express your creativity in a very easy and efficient way. You can produce gate effects, compression effects, and many combined effects with all the features and setup capabilities of the E²Transienter.

Pricing & Availability
The E²Transienter will be available in May 2008 in the Eiosis online shop, in TDM/AU/RTAS formats for Mac (Pace iLok required) and VST/RTAS/AU formats for Mac and PC (Syncrosoft eLicenser required). Pricing has not yet been announced.
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