Sonic Anomaly has released updates for two of its audio effect plugins for Windows.
The Transpire transient processor that enhances or dampens the initial attack and the sustain (body) of sound now comes with a scalable GUI for HiDPI screens.
Transpire has been designed to work well with drums and percussion. It does not operate linearly, which means small transients are being affected relatively stronger than large transients. This is good for bringing up smaller details while not overloading on large hits.
As a result, percussive tracks can sound more steady and controlled compared to traditional transient enhancers.
The Bass Professor Mark II bass guitar effect suite was also updated with a scalable GUI, and it now also features a stereo processing option, and improved CPU efficiency.
Bass Professor Mark II is a sound shaping suite for a bass guitar. It can be used for changing a dull DI recorded signal into a powerful amped-like bass sound with lots of character. Bass Professor Mark II offers dynamics processing, eq and a ruff dirt/overdrive specifically suited for bass guitar.
Bass Professor Mark II is not a replacement for the first generation of Bass Professor. It is meant to be an alternative for those situations (but not limited to) where more neutral and less colored bass sound is preferred.
Both plugins are available for download for Windows (32/64-bit VST). Note that JSFX versions of these updated effects are not available.
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