Computer Music has announced that its latest magazine includes a free copy of SKnote Snap, a transient exciter plug-in for Windows and Mac.
Brighten or dull the attack and sustain of your sounds with Snap, a unique transient exciter plugin created exclusively for CM by software perfectionists SKnote. Their other analogue-flavoured creations include the console-emulating Stripbus, tape saturator Roundtone, and the mighty MCAudioLab EQ1passive equaliser.
Snap detects your incoming transients (or attack) and allows you to apply two intelligently-linked filters to your signal. You can add brightness to a snare or hi-hat’s crack, tame a drum group’s spikiness, or soften a piano’s sustain without blunting its attack.
SKnote Snap features
‘Hit’ and ‘Body’ knobs to treat attack and/or sustain for precise dynamic sculpting.
Brighten or dull transients independently of the signal’s sustain.
Great for shaping drums, percussion, guitars, groups or mixes.
Transient metering and value readouts.
Clear, compact interface.
32-/64-bit PC VST.
32-/64-bit Mac AU/VST.
The plugin is included with Computer Music 197 (and onwards).
MusicRadar has announced that a free copy of the Toontrack EZdrummer Lite software is available from Time+Space, in celebration of the Drum Expo 2013 online drum show.
Those kind folk over at UK distributor Time+Space have stepped forward with a free download of Toontrack’s EZdrummer® Lite plug-in worth £19.95.
EZdrummer® Lite is a stripped down version of the multi-microphone drum-sampler that offers a taste of EZdrummer’s multi-miked virtual drum kit. It comes with a selection of MIDI programmed drum beats for you to play your songs over and it’s the perfect way to quickly add drum parts to your compositions – you can even program your own!
EZdrummer® Lite will work within all the main DAWs such as Cubase, Pro Tools, Logic and Fruity Loops.