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SPL releases Analog Code MicroPlugs - Attacker, De-Verb and Mo-Verb

SPL has released three new plug-ins in its new Analog Code MicroPlugs series: Attacker, De-Verb and Mo-Verb. Each plug-in has an international net price of €59. They are available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS plug-in formats.

The MicroPlugs employ the same processing technique like the original Transient Designer. SPL's Differential Envelope Technology has revolutionized dynamic processing with a level-independent method, according to SPL. This radically different approach allows to forego the setting of a threshold. Other parameters are set automatically and in a musical manner as they follow the characteristics of the input signal.

AttackerAttacker: The Transient Designer's attack enhancement
Working with the Attacker is simple: All attack events can be amplified – regardless of their signal level. However, the possibilities for studio and live applications are seemingly endless.

Usually equalizers are used to separate instruments in a mix. With EQs the tonal aspect of the signal is considered but not the temporal aspect. The Attacker now opens this new dimension in signal processing. By amplifying the attack curves of a sound event, the mix can be made to sound more transparent. Instruments can be mixed at lower levels while still maintaining their positions in the mix—but occupying less space.

The Attacker also offers an output control gain control that allows to compensate for level changes after processing the signal. This ensures a simple and safe adjustment of levels and helps avoiding internal clipping.

Mo-VerbMo-Verb: The Transient Designer's sustain enhancement
Working with the Mo-Verb is simple: All reverb events can be amplified – regardless of their signal level. However, the possibilities for studio and live applications are seemingly endless when reverb curves of any sound event can very simply be enhanced to emphasize dry ambiences and reverb-tails.

The Mo-Verb also offers an output gain control that allows to compensate for level changes after processing the signal. This ensures a simple and safe adjustment of levels and helps avoiding internal clipping.

De-VerbDe-Verb: The Transient Designer's sustain reduction
Working with the De-Verb is simple: All reverb events can be reduced – regardless of their signal level. However, the possibilities for studio and live applications are seemingly endless when reverb curves of any sound event can very simply be reduced to decrease ambience and reverb-tails.

The De-Verb also offers an output gain control that allows to compensate for level changes after processing the signal. This ensures a simple and safe adjustment of levels and helps avoiding internal clipping.

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