Flux releases Bitter Sweet

Flux Bitter Sweet

Flux has released Bitter Sweet, a free dynamic processor to manage audio transients.

From fluxhome.com:

Turning the central button on the sweet side, decreases the transients amplitude. On the bitter side, the transients amplitude is magnified. Bitter-Sweet also features a control for the signal to be processed. When the main position is engaged, the process affects the stereo signal. If Center is engaged, only the M signal of the internal MS matrix is processed. If stereo is selected, only the S signal from the MS matrix is processed. As all Flux:: plug-ins it features 64 bit floating point processing, up to 8 channels and up to 8 FS (384 KHz). Center and Stereo Mode are only available in stereo (2 channels) processing.

So okay, I probably don’t know how to measure this effect properly but I can’t hear (or see) any difference between bitter and sweet.

Have a try and tell me what I’m doing wrong! You’ll have to register (free) with Flux to download Bitter Sweet.

Visit Flux for more information.

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Looza
Looza
Don’t have time to check the plugin at the moment, but take a loop or better some very sharp, percussive sound, add a reverb and then this plug after it, you should definately hear a difference in the rhythmic effect between low and high levels (instrument/reverb). transients (as I understand it) are basically the attack phase of any instrument which is mostly very loud, sonically rich and short and then transforms to the sustain phase where you hear the sound that makes up the instrument. just think of the attack of a piano, if you take those few milliseconds it’s… Read more »
Looza
Looza

still had not time checking this, had any luck yet ?

Daan
Daan

You can make things more dirty with it.

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