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SKnote has announced the release of Attackease, a new VST effect plug-in for Windows.


Attackease is designed to take an audio input (i.e. a drum mic track) and separate the incoming audio into two tracks, attack and sustain, with selectable threshold and time constants.

Attack and sustain can be processed separately and then re-combined. Internal compressors for attack and sustain are included.

Really different from a compressor, any external processor can be used to further process attack and sustain. The plug-in can trigger MIDI notes on attack (with selectable channel and note number).

Features:
  • Analysis, attack, sustain and MIDI sections.
  • Automatable threshold (for accurate triggering).
  • Included attack and sustain separate compressors.
  • Internal or external sidechain with internal sidechain filter (for a more accurate triggering).
  • MIDI output on trigger (with selectable channel and note number).
  • Separate outputs for attack and sustain (for further processing).

Pricing & Availability
Priced at €129 (+tax, where applicable), Attackease is available now as a VST effect plug-in for Windows.
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