FXpansion DCAM EnvShaper
FXpansion has released DCAM EnvShaper Rack Extension, a new processor for controlling transients in your Reason projects.
DCAM EnvShaper takes a different approach to controlling dynamics than conventional compressors. It allows you to adjust the attack and sustain portions of transients within a signal. The technique has various uses such as increasing the punch of attacks or the apparent size of a sound's reverb, or for problem-solving tasks like reducing bleed levels in drum mics without using a noise gate.
DCAM EnvShaper also includes a modelled saturation circuit and control over its response to transients of different speeds.
Availability & Pricing:
DCAM EnvShaper is available as a download-only product from the Propellerhead Online Shop for $29 / €25 (inc. VAT where applicable).
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