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Stillwell Audio releases Schwa Olga

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Schwa (Stillwell Audio) has released Olga, a virtual analog synthesizer unlike any other, designed from first principles to be distinctive.

From the product page:

Imagine a handmade experiment from an unlikely place, a synthesizer so full of life and character that it earns the right to be called a musical instrument. Olga encourages risk, experimentation, and exploration, and rewards you with unexpected and exciting sounds, vibrant and human. This is the dusty gem you could spend your life searching for.

Schwa Olga

Schwa Olga features

  • Bezier Antialiased Dynamic Analog Synthesis System
    Olga uses a truly new approach to DSP waveform generation to emulate glorious analog imperfection. Olga’s free running oscillators are in a constant state of structured variability, a deeply musical instability, free of aliasing artifacts and light on your CPU.
  • Gaussian Reactive Oscillator Overdrive Virtual Engine
    Throughout Olga’s signal path, levels can be pushed through saturation and into full overdrive, with a thickness that develops organically, breathing life and character into your music.

Schwa Olga is available for Windows PC (Mac AU version coming soon) and costs $80 USD (Reaper-only, non-commercial use license is available for $40 USD).

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information, audio demos and a link to download an evaluation version of Schwa Olga.

Stillwell Audio releases Schwa Dyno

Stillwell Audio Schwa Dyno

Stillwell Audio has released Schwa Dyno, a threshold-driven dynamic envelope editor VST plugin for Windows PC.

The product page reads:

A radically new way to gain total control over dynamics: it’s a transient designer, compressor, expander, sound designer, and more.

Adjust an intuitive graphical detection circuit to capture transients and waveform peaks, and draw high-order Bezier curves to edit peak dynamics. Use Dyno for anything from adding a little snap to a snare drum or a little sizzle to a cymbal, to morphing a bass line into a crazed rhino pump. All in real time, with amazingly low CPU use.

Check the PDF Manual for detailed information about Dyno.

Schwa Dyno costs $50 USD (or $25 USD for a Reaper-only, non-commercial use license).

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information and to download an evaluation copy of Dyno.

Stillwell Audio releases Schwa Sculpto

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Stillwell Audio Schwa Sculpto

Stillwell Audio‘s Schwa has released Sculpto, a waveform shaping tool which allows powerful direct control over audio.

From the Sculpto page:

Draw Bezier curves over your audio waveform to create envelope shapes to follow or clip to. Clean errors, sharpen transients, or design entirely new sounds. All in real time, with amazingly low CPU use.

Sculpto features

  • Clipped peak restoration: easy, smooth and repeatable reshaping of peaks.
  • Click removal: Clipping to an envelope allows to edit out unwanted peaks, such as clicks or room noise.
  • Transient shaping: Visually design the dynamics of the sound.
  • Special effects: Swells, rides and rhythmic re-imposition.

Schwa Sculpto is available for Windows PC and costs $50.00 (all hosts, commercial use license), or $25.00 for a Reaper-only, non-commerical use license version.

Note: Sculpto depends on getting sample position / timeline information from the audio host. Audio editors like Wavelab, Audition, Sound Forge, etc. generally don’t support this.

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information, and links to download an evaluation version of Sculpto.

Stillwell Audio releases vibeEQ v1.04

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Stillwell Audio vibeEQ

Stillwell Audio has released version 1.04 of vibeEQ, a character equalizer VST plug-in for Windows PC.

From the product page:

This is one of those mythical plugins that makes things sound better just by plugging it in. Really. Unlike 1973, which is a very pristine EQ plugin (but a VERY good EQ, all the same), Vibe-EQ is all about color. The more boost or cut you dial in, the more color and funk you get. This may not be your go-to EQ every time, but you’ll wind up using it more often than you’d expect.

vibeEQ costs $39 USD. A REAPER-only, non-commercial use license is available for $25 USD.

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information, and a link to download an evaluation version of vibeEQ.

Stillwell Audio releases Schwa Spectro

Stillwell Audio Schwa Spectro

Stillwell Audio has released Schwa Spectro, an intuitive, real-time spectral editor VST plug-in for Windows PC.

Spectro features

  • Allows you to draw boxes to add or subtract gain, mute, or solo specific frequency ranges.
  • Clean up accidental room noise, remove harmonic bleed, perform surgical EQ, write your own multiband compressor, de-ess, or get creative and combine additive filters for some truly wild effects.
  • All in real time, with amazingly low CPU use.

A fully functional evaluation copy is available for download.

Schwa Spectro costs $50.00 USD (all hosts, commercial use license), and a Reaper-only, non-commercial use license costs $25.00 USD.

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information.

Stillwell Audio releases Bad Buss Mojo

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Stillwell Audio Bad Buss Mojo

Stillwell Audio has released Bas Buss Mojo, a virtual mix buss amplifier waveshaper VST plug-in.

From the product page:

Sometimes digital is just TOO perfect. I’m not going to say “sterile” or “lacking soul”, because I’d wind up eating my words sooner or later…but sometimes you just want a little grit…a little dirt…a little imperfection. That’s where Bad Buss Mojo comes in. Bad Buss Mojo allows you to dial in specific tweaks to a virtual mix buss amplifier.

Bad Buss Mojo is available for Windows VST and costs $39 USD for a commercial use license for all hosts, and $25 USD for a Reaper-only, non-commercial use license.

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information and a link to download an evaluation version of Bad Buss Mojo.

Stillwell Audio VST plug-ins

Stillwell Audio 1973

Stillwell Audio is offering a bunch of great looking plug-ins with licenses for both commercial and non-commerial use (Reaper only).

The Stillwell plug-ins include:

There are also two special-purpose analysis and editing plugins developed by schwa, PsychoDither and schOPE.

schOPE by Schwa
schOPE by Schwa

PsychoDither is a dither plug-in with an adaptive algorithm which reacts in real-time to the signal audio to preserve the maximum possible dynamic range at any bit depth, and schOPE is a multitool, multiview, multichannel waveform, frequency, signal and channel phase analyzer.

Some of the Stillwell plug-in can already be purchased online, check here to see which ones.

Evaluation versions for 1973, Psycho Dither and schOPE can currently be downloaded. (Downloads for the other plug-ins will follow shortly I guess)

Visit Stillwell Audio for more information.