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Transperc

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Transient Processor Plugin by Apisonic Labs
Transperc
Transperc by Apisonic Labs is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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Transperc is a transient processor (shaper) created mainly for percussive material, but can be used on any type of sound.

The wet chain starts with the filter (lowpass, highpass), then come attack and sustain with the ability to adjust the speed of the detection.

The output section includes dry and wet mixer, overall gain and on the end the possibility of hard clipping.

With simple resizable GUI (click on a name/logo).

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viceverser
viceverser
5 July 2021 at 8:07am

Interesting Plugin, Feels like it lacks some tricks... Like, Would love to switch the filter section to just an internal sidechain circuit... that way you could manipulate the transient response without having to colour the output with the filtering. The GUI is very neat and clean, which i appreciate a lot... Am keen to see if this matures into something a little more surgical... Will definitely keep an eye out. :).

apisonic
apisonic
7 July 2021 at 6:29pm

Filter is bypassed if LP slider is all the way to the right and HP slider is all the way to the left (it will display 'bypassed' above Speed knob if you hover over any of the filter sliders).

viceverser
viceverser
5 July 2021 at 8:15am

Also would be nice to understand the 'speed' setting a little more, is it milliseconds?, seconds? or an arbitrary percentage of a fixed amount? What is 0 percent?

apisonic
apisonic
7 July 2021 at 6:53pm

It's a bit more complex, but it's basically the length of the detection ramp, i.e. how quickly it will react to the detected change. And yes, you can say that it is an arbitrary percentage of a some fixed amount.

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