Howly Shit is anti-feedback VST plug-in. The main target is to give a possibility to increase the level of microphone signal by shifting the critical threshold when a feedback howl occurs. Algorithms with high precision will not bring any influence to the desired signal, leaving it pure.

Howly Shit is developed for live-sets, to give a possibility to make your voice louder or use dynamic processing, such as compression with more aggressive settings.

There are two algorithms inside, used together: feedback destroyer, which detect and suppress the howl, means working with already appeared feedback and preaction algorithm which prevents feedback occurrence.

Devs, Prods & Tags: Bitscrew
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