Kazrog has updated its KClip mastering clipper effect plugin to version 2.0.1.

Kazrog KClip 2

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!

Changes in KClip v2.0.1

  • New: Adjustable FPS for the waveform scope.
  • New: Waveform scope enable/disable toggle.
  • Fixed: Crashing WaveLab 9 under some conditions.
  • Fixed: Waveform displays causing visual lag in OS X 10.10 and 10.11 in Pro Tools 12, Logic X, and some other hosts.
  • Fixed: Overall unreliability in Ableton Live due to CPU overload.
  • Fixed: Magix Sequoia offline rendering is non functional.
  • Fixed: Magix Sequoia CPU spikes changing modes.
  • Fixed: Some users are reporting sudden CPU load increases after bouncing in some hosts.
  • Fixed: Switching between soft modes on Mac is wonky.
  • Known issue: Waveform displays not functioning in some WaveLab versions (also present in 2.0.0).

KClip 2 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for purchase for $20 USD (Standard) / $60 USD (Pro).

More information: Kazrog / KClip 2