Plugin Boutique has announced an exclusive sale on two Boz Digital Labs audio effect plugins, with discounts of up to 70% off the regular price.
Transgressor 2 goes beyond the limits of standard transient designers. It gives you the ability to craft the sound of drums and other instruments not just in terms of attack and sustain, but timbrally as well.
The Transgressor combines a transient designer with two equalizers. No big deal you say? Any EQ plug-ins will do? Au contraire mon frère. Transgressor not only lets you equalize the attack and sustain portions of the instrument’s envelope individually (yes, you read that right; attack can be equalized differently from sustain), but it also lets you dial in the specific low, mid, and high frequencies independently on each.
What if you need a brighter attack but want to keep the dark resonance of toms or kick drum? Perhaps you need more midrange attack but wish to brighten the resonance of a hi-hat? Perhaps you’re happy with the overall sound of snare but the attack is just a little too bright. The answer is the Transgressor (you must have seen that coming). Only Transgressor gives you the ability to control transients and sustain without compromising one for the other.
Transgressor 2 is on sale for $29 USD.
Little Clipper includes all the features you need from a clipper and lays it out in a way that makes it simple to dial in.
Little Clipper is the lighter, smaller version of its big brother (Big Clipper). Clipping is one of the more misunderstood processes in mixing. When used correctly, it can make mixing easier. Things just fall into place better and dynamics stay under control. As it is with all effects, however, it’s easy to overdo.
Little Clipper makes it easy to dial in with clear meters that show you how much clipping is occurring, and all the essential features that let you dial in your clipping to be just the right amount.
Little Clipper is $19.99 USD during the promotion.
The offer expires March 16th, 2020.
More information: Boz Digital Labs