The elysia nvelope is now a plug-in
elysia and Brainworx modeled the nvelope transient processor in a plug-in for Mac and Windows that was released today.
The nvelope plug-in can be applied to individual tracks and full mixes to control the attack and sustain of the audio content. You can use it to make drums for aggressive, tame basses and thicken reverb trails, among other uses.
The plug-in offers three operation modes: Full Range to use the nvelope plug-in as a classic transient shaper, Dual Band for frequency-dependent dynamic processing and EQ, which offers a 2-band shelving equalizer.
Note that in Full Range mode, a sidechain filter was added to the attack parameter and an Auto Gain eliminates distortions.
The nvelope plug-in is available in VST 2/3, AU, RTAS, AudioSuite and AAX 32 and 64-bit for Mac OS X and Windows. It has a price of $199 and you can download a trial version from plugin-alliance.com. You’ll also find more info at www.elysia.com.
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