Tokyo Dawn Labs has announced a Summer Sale, offering a 40% discount on the OD DeEdger plugin developed by Jan Ohlhorst.
DeEdger introduces a new way of reducing the hardness of audio signals without negatively altering the original signal qualities.
The plugin operates in a threshold free manner, thus can comfortably handle any input signal level, type, and dynamic range. Where other plugins might under or over process, DeEdger only applies processing if any hardness is detected. Once detected, the hardness will be smoothed with remarkable elegance. After its initial setup, DeEdger can be left in a “set and forget” configuration without further attention.
OD DeEdger for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is on sale for 60 EUR until August 1st, 2018.
Tokyo Dawn Labs has also posted some more details on the upcoming update of the Nova family of equalizer plugins.
We’ll have a long list of changes this time, but the most obvious additions are the 3 different UI scales known from the recent Kotelnikov update, arbitrary resize, a new “above/below threshold” switch (for arbitrary upward/downward compression/expansion :) ).
We try our best to release asap, but these nice Summer days make it difficult at times. It’s a matter of very few weeks, though
More information: Tokyo Dawn Labs