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Tone Projects announces Unisum Mastering Compressor
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Software Tone Projects announces Unisum Mastering Compressor

Hi everyone,

I’m really happy to be back here to share with you what’s next from Tone Projects.


Announcing the UNISUM Mastering Compressor.

Unisum is a modern mastering compressor, based on a novel topology that combines classic analog characteristics with digital flexibility. At its core, Unsium is a wideband compressor driven by a flexible multi-band detector (or “multi-band without multi-band” as one of our beta testers put it), affording you extensive control over the attack and release envelopes as well as the transfer curve.

After a year of development and fine-tuning in collaboration with a team of experienced mastering professionals, Unsium delivers transparent, beautiful, and ultra-flexible compression in a class of its own.

We have built a no-compromise, highly tweakable compressor that allows engineers to nail the sweet-spot every time: Whether you want to add glue or groove, shape the dynamic contours, or solve a challenge in the mix, Unisum helps you achieve your goal with precision and integrity.

Features:
  • State of the art compressor algorithm suited for all mastering applications
  • Wideband compression driven by flexible multi-band detector scheme
  • Adjustable RMS and Peak detectors across 3 frequency bands
  • Frequency dependent threshold and ratio
  • Full control over transfer curve with variable knee, GR limit, and linearity parameters
  • Release curve continuously variable from linear to logarithmic
  • Detailed level dependent control over Attack and Release
  • Continuously variable LR/MS channel linking, including controls to filter and limit linking
  • Switchable HYGGE circuit for a warm and thick sound inspired by tubes and transformers
  • Memory Effect for adjustable program dependency
  • Transient Override to adjust attack/release for loud transients
  • Sidechain filtering, Parallel Envelope, Smoothing and more…


Availability
Format: VST3, AU, AAX for Mac and Windows.
Expected release: End of Q1 2020.

More info and a free trial version will become available on toneprojects.com We’re currently working on a new website but you can sign up for our newsletter to get early access and pre-launch offers.

Beta testers needed
Unisum wouldn’t have been possible without the help of an amazing team of beta testers. I’m currently looking for help with additional testing in ProTools on Mac and/or on macOS Catalina. If you’re interested then please reach out to me in a PM and tell me a bit about your setup and work. Thanks!

Cheers,
Rune
Old 3 weeks ago
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Beta testers needed
Unisum wouldn’t have been possible without the help of an amazing team of beta testers. I’m currently looking for help with additional testing in ProTools on Mac and/or on macOS Catalina. If you’re interested then please reach out to me in a PM and tell me a bit about your setup and work. Thanks!


.. just saying.

(hint: if you got PT on Mac, jump on this opportunity. This plugin is _the_ compressor to try out!)
Old 6 days ago
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Can't wait to see it released, seems like a great tool!

Any idea on the price?
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