Kazrog has announced the release of KClip 2, an updated version of the mastering clipper plugin for Windows and Mac.
KClip is the most transparent way to increase the apparent loudness of your mixes during mastering. KClip isn’t just for mastering, though – in fact, it’s incredibly useful for adding warmth, distortion, or saturation to individual tracks – use it to fatten up drums, bass, synths, guitars, vocals, and more!
KClip 2 Standard (a free upgrade for KClip 1 owners) adds much-requested features such as metering and waveform display, in addition to gapless internal bypass, preset functionality, 32x oversampling (double the original), and inverse gain linking. KClip 2 Pro expands upon the feature set with 4 soft clipping modes (smooth, crisp, tube, and tape), offline render mode with up to 256x oversampling, 5.1 surround support, and expanded factory presets.
KClip 2 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for purchase for $20 USD (Standard) / $60 USD (Pro). KClip 1 users can upgrade to the Standard version for free, or to the Pro version for $25 USD.