de la Mancha releases Strip T’s channel strip effect plugin

de la Mancha Strip T’s

de la Mancha has released Strip T’s, a channel strip effect plugin designed to be as straight-forward to use as possible but with a wide range of sonic sculpting possibilities.

It has a gate, low-cut filter, 3 band EQ, soft-knee compressor and soft/hard clipper, plus metering and a full stereo audio path.

Strip T’s brings together the knowledge and experience from developing individual effect plugins like the QB-3 EQ, sixtyfive compressor and ClipStar soft clipper. By combining the core parts of these effects, a significant amount of CPU is saved compared to running these plugins individually.

Each stage can be turned off when not needed to save further CPU, and a mono version is also available which is even more efficient.

Strip T’s features

  • Stereo Channel Strip with gate, filter, EQ, compressor and clipper stages.
  • Full stereo signal path (mono version also included).
  • Noise gate with attack & release plus indicator to show when in operation.
  • Low-cut filter to take out inaudible sub bass and free up headroom.
  • 3 band EQ, with selectable frequency ranges and EQ shapes.
  • Soft-knee, RMS Compressor with parallel compression and external sidechain.
  • Clipper offering soft and hard clipping.
  • dB meters showing current and peak levels for input and output.
  • Developed with SE 1.1, so no problems with multiple instances.
  • Stereo, Mono and non-sidechain versions included.

Strip T’s is available to purchase as a VST effect plugin for Windows for $29 USD.

More information: de la Mancha

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Why do so many plugins have to be named with cheap wordplay??
What does striptease have to do with audio processing? Where’s the link?

For instance, DMG Audio released Equality and it has similar meaning to equalizing, hence it’s meaningful. And Compassion can be understood as compressor with passion (although passion is not a first thought when you see knob-cluttered geeky piece of audio software).

All that Strip T’s achieve is to lower the credibility of any application that is linked to it. Maybe I’m just too dull to comprehend it.