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Transient Shaper Plugin by Matthieu Brucher
ATKTransientShaper by Matthieu Brucher is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
System Requirements
OS X 10.11
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ATKTransientShaper is a mono transient shaper with all the parameters usually hidden from the user.

The plugin follows the workflow exposed here with the following parameters:

  • RMS is the size of the power power windows.
  • Attack is the attack time constant for the slow attack/release filter.
  • Attack fraction (or ratio) is the percentage of the attack time constant that will be used for the fast attack/release filter.
  • Release is the release time constraint for the fast attack/release filter (as the release time has to be higher).
  • Release fraction (or ratio) is the percentage of the release time constant that will be used for the slow attack/release filter (as it has a faster release time constant). Usually set to 100%.
  • Threshold.
  • Slope is the ratio, 1 being the identity, higher than 1 compressing the transient, less than 1 swelling it.
  • Softness is an indicator of the harshness of the knee of the underlying compressor.
  • Color is an indicator of the color around the threshold: positive increases the gain around it, negative decreases it.
  • Quality is the amount of color.
  • Make-up is the gain after the effect.
  • Dry-wet gives the balance between the unprocessed signal and the processed signal.

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