Signum Audio has released an update to its 3-in-1 dynamics processor.

Version 1.0.1 of SKYE Dynamics includes a presets manager, a mix control for each processor (Expander, Compressor & Limiter), and adjusted resize limits for the collapsed view.

Its name derived from the beautiful, naturally sculpted Scottish isle, SKYE Dynamics integrates an Expander, Compressor and Limiter into one plug-in designed for music mixing and mastering.

The update also includes some bug fixes:

  • Fixed a drawing issue where the compressor node would be drawn in the bottom corner if initialized at 0.
  • Fixed a bug where you could not grab or control the threshold node if they were drawn behind a bypassed processor node.
  • Improved the Limiter Attack parameter so it matches the control dial position when first opened.
  • Fixed a bug where the threshold node readouts were not updating when controlled from the control panel.
  • Fixed a bug when saving a preset using Pro Tools native preset system, the processors bypass buttons flipped state.

Available from Signum Audio and distributor Plugin Boutique, SKYE Dynamics for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) is priced £69 GBP for the stereo version and £99 GBP for the surround version, which provides additional support for up to 7.1.4 channel configurations.

The stereo version is currently on sale at over 60% off at Audio Plugin Deals, priced only $34.99 USD until February 23rd, 2022.