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MeldaProduction has released update v9.05 for all their plug-ins as well as the new MDrumEnhancer plug-in.

The MDrumEnhancer is an alternate solution to drum replacement: the processor tracks your drums and synthesizes its signal with samples to fatten the sound. You can therefore use it to enhance a kick, add noise to a snare or completely change the sound by using resynthesis.

You can choose between presets and samples and the GUI offers pitch and sustain controls as well as a dynamic EQ.

The MDrumEnhancer, just like all other MeldaProduction plug-ins, includes 4 modulators, 4 multi-parameters, MIDI Learn, Mid/Sid and up to 8 channel surround processing, 16x upsampling and it includes an oscillator shaping technology.

The VST 2/3, AU and AAX 32 and 64-bit plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows is available for the introductory price of 39 € / $43 instead of 149 € / $165 and you can download a trial version from www.meldaproduction.com

The MDrumEnhancer is included in the MTotalBudle, which has been updated to version 9.05, in order to add the following changes:

  • Added Follower and DelayTap effects to MXXX
  • Added a Denoiser 2 preset to MspectralDynamics
  • Added a status indicator to MRecorder as well as a drag & drop button to drag the target file
  • MXXX can now load settings from other plug-ins and mimic them
  • Added multiple “surround” type topologies to MMultiBandConvolution
  • New 60% and 300% resize options for very high resolution screens
  • Added Solo/Mute and analyzer/sonogram to the Crossover effect in MXXX
  • Ability to display presets by alphabetic order

Various fixes and improvements

 

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