Softube has announced the release of Harmonics Analog Saturation Processor which, say Softube, features never-before-heard Dynamic Transient Control technology. Harmonics can warm up, separate, and sharpen any element of any mix, or glue the whole thing together.
- Five different component-modelled distortion sounds.
- 'Dynamic Transient Control' technology.
- 'Amount' knob to control the amount of saturation.
- 'Character' knob controls tone or color of the distortion.
- High and low cut filters can be placed before or after distortion.
- Wet/dry blend knob for parallel processing.
- THD meter allows fine control of subtle saturation.
- Includes presets by Joe Chiccarelli and Howard Willing.
Intro price: $99 (Reg. $149).
Also, Softube software was updated to v.2.4.74:
- New Products:
- Harmonics Analog Saturation Processor.
- New freebie for Modular: Dual Gain utility.
- Fixed an issue in macOS Mojave with our secondary graphics engine (the primary OpenGL graphics engine was unaffected).
- Fixed an issue in the secondary graphics engine where meters, in for instance Modular and Console 1 On-Screen Display, where drawn distorted.
- Mutable Instruments Clouds and Braids: New optimizations has resulted in significant performance improvements.
- Console 1: Factory presets in the On-Screen Display was not installed on Windows.
- Preset Collection: User Preset and Factory Preset tags should now be first in the list so that they are easier to find.
- Preset Collection: Saving and deleting presets now clears the previous search so that the changes are visible.