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DeHarsh 1.0 VST

TerryW
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Postby TerryW; Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:17 pm DeHarsh 1.0 VST

DeHarsh 1.0 VST plugin released (C) Terry West Prod.
Removes unpleasant frequencies from your mixes and seperate instrument tracks.
Can operate on stereo, mid or side channels in your stereo mix with use of a subtile tube emulation.
Selectable mono or stereo inputs processing.
DeHarsh smoothes out any digital harshness.
Windows only, 32bit VST.

You can make a donation for all our plugins on http://www.terrywest.nl (plugin section).

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Ultrasonic
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Postby Ultrasonic; Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:24 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Kool. Thanks. Ive been testing mhorse. Mostly on guitars, and im liking the deharsh on it, so this might be something similar but simplified. Excited to give it a try, Pricciate your work.
There ya have it...
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Postby Ultrasonic; Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:57 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Yep, cool plugin. couldnt be easier to use and smooths the top nicely.
There ya have it...
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Postby enroe; Sat Jan 24, 2015 2:31 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Fantastic Terry!

With guitar simulations I always have the problem of too harsh lead-sounds.
I try to fix this by fiddling with a steep eq-curve or with various speaker-sim-IRs.
Your Plugin offers another option to get a smoother guitar lead sound.

Thank You!
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loopdon
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Postby loopdon; Sat Jan 24, 2015 3:22 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Just what the doctor ordered, Terry. Thanks for all your efforts. :clap:
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Ultrasonic
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Postby Ultrasonic; Sat Jan 24, 2015 4:18 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Just wondered if there was a way to process the mid and side signals independently with deharsh and if not what you had in mind here?
There ya have it...
TerryW
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Postby TerryW; Sat Jan 24, 2015 4:26 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Ultrasonic wrote:Just wondered if there was a way to process the mid and side signals independently with deharsh and if not what you had in mind here?


Currently not, but a nice idea Ultrasonic.
At this moment you can either DeHarsh only select between Mid and Side processing.
I try to release a new version this week with different controls for Mid and Side.
Stay tuned, and thanks for all the replies folks.
Regards, Terry.
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bojanboyss
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Postby bojanboyss; Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:52 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Brilliant idea for plugin, gonna be used, always have similar kind of problems due to heavy mangling of audio :) Thanks!
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Northwood Mediaworks
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Postby Northwood Mediaworks; Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:03 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Thanks for all your great plugs. Looking forward to checking this one out too.

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arkmabat
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Postby arkmabat; Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:53 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Very cool! Greetings from Utah USA
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Lesha
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Postby Lesha; Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:02 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Thanks Terry, this is a great plugin.
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do_androids_dream
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2683 posts since 26 Oct, 2007, from Kent, UK

Postby do_androids_dream; Fri Jun 05, 2015 4:59 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Many thanks for this - has proved to be a life saver with a challenging master today :)
TerryW
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368 posts since 9 Jul, 2007, from Holland

Postby TerryW; Fri Jun 05, 2015 7:03 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

do_androids_dream wrote:Many thanks for this - has proved to be a life saver with a challenging master today :)

Great, thanks, nice to hear.
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arseniy2
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Postby arseniy2; Sat May 28, 2016 1:10 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

It's not an EQ? How does it work? What it does?
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Postby MogwaiBoy; Sat May 28, 2016 8:30 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Not sure exactly what it does, but if you're OK with freeware 32-bit, checkout Noisebud's "Smile":

http://www.vst4free.com/free_vst.php?plugin=Smile&id=2254

It is a spin-off product from our plugin Fletchy-Muncher. We continue to experiment how we can gain from the knowledge of the human ears frequency response. Smile add the Fletcher-Munson curve to de-harsh your mix/master but leave crucial transients alone.


The 'Transient Recover' button is very interesting. When you highlight it in the plugin it says:

Toggle Transient Recovery - with this activated harsh transients will pass through but the EQ will cut another dB of harsh frequencies. The result is about the same but with more of the original dynamics preserved.


Also the Filter button:

It's a third order Butterworth cutting away below 40hZ and above 13kHz to compensate for the Fletcher-Munson high and low shelf-like filter effects.


It's pretty cool! Unique and useful for DIY mastering. Cheaper than bx_refinement :D
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