The SPL Transient Designer is considered a “modern classic” and a recording-studio essential that is regularly employed as a “secret weapon” mix tool by some of the world’s finest engineers. Ed Cherney, Joe Chicarelli, Ross Hogarth and Michael Brauer all use this amazing device in their work. Universal Audio has partnered with Germany’s Sound Performance Lab (SPL) to bring you the Transient Designer, with its unique and compelling Differential Envelope Technology for shaping the dynamic response of a sound, allowing transients to be accelerated or slowed down and sustain prolonged or shortened. Two simple audio controls allow effortless reshaping of the attack and sustain characteristics.
...The SSL Native plugins are awesome as well. Kush Audio... etc And you do know as far as the UAD Transient Designer, it's a port from the SPL native plugin.
...other plugins. Like let's say put VMR with VCC first slot, then a UAD compressor, then a VMR eq, then UAD Transient Designer and finally another VMR. That's 3 VMR's on one channel and you can't see what's in them and have to open them up to find out. Anyway, just my...
...try to use some dereverb first, but i dont like dereverb artifacts either. specially when mixing for cinemas.. tried rx6 and uad transient designer.. for deesers so far fabfilter DS wins, but.. any ideas? thx! E: its documentary, so we will use the sound better or worse :)
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