DSPplug smooth

The DSPplug Smooth is a one of a kind. A ceiling limiter that attempts to deal with true peak limiting, the smooth is the answer to the question “Is auto-makeup absolutely necessary?”. The answer: not really. And the only reason why, is alternative math with the same result.

The DSPplug Smooth promises to be an elite experience for those serious about making music fast. Whether it comes to reducing punch from a vocal, or it is about making a sound blend well into into the track so that it is not affecting the overall threshold, the smooth is reliable and fast.

This new version is a surefire limiter which has a series of limiting algorithms that notably, will ensure a ceiling cannot get get any higher than specified. However, you’re required to add gain behind this limiter (most likely with an EQ) to make it meet the desired ceiling threshold. This is due to exponential compression enforced by percentile.

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Linear Phase
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[su_quote style=”default” cite=”” url=”” class=””]One of the biggest game changers for a professional producer is Linear Phase, it can undo 80% of the problems you’ll run into while producing.
Robert Langford[/su_quote]

Download this easy to use formula to produce the [su_highlight background=”#DDFF99″ color=”#000000″ class=””]Linear Phase[/su_highlight] effect.
Used within FL studio: It enables you to avoid dissonance, phase cancellation and common problems overlooked by DAW engineers.
Like pitching vocals? Had problems pitching and the quality wasn’t right?
The solution is [su_highlight background=”#DDFF99″ color=”#000000″ class=””]Linear Phase[/su_highlight].[/su_expand]

FL Linear Phase
Downloads: 48, File Size: 27.1 KB, Added: 21 Jan. 2021

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Stereo Width
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But then, where that value started is more a matter of phase than stereo separation.
Learn two ways to employ stereo width, one possibly the world’s most optimized; and the other a compact double precision model that may improve upon the dynamic of a stereo signal, helping it to gain more transience and complexity during compression and attack.[/su_expand]

Dspplug Stereo Width
Downloads: 40, File Size: 1.1 KB, Added: 20 Jan. 2021

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RBJ Peaking Filter
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This [su_highlight background=”#DDFF99″ color=”#000000″ class=””]Peaking EQ filter[/su_highlight] uses various methods to improve the filter’s efficiency, and it avoids some problems with zipping in original ways. Furthermore; the way in which green (float) math is dealt with is fairly innovative.

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Dspplug Peaking Eq Rbj
Downloads: 45, File Size: 8.1 KB, Added: 20 Jan. 2021

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Stereo Width via Peaking Filters
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Multi Band Stereowidth Prototype
Downloads: 40, File Size: 86.1 KB, Added: 22 Jan. 2021

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Auto Makeup
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Most professional companies say they can provide auto makeup but can they really? Doubtful. Here’s something that works.[/su_expand]

DSPplug Automakeup
Downloads: 40, File Size: 1.5 KB, Added: 01 Feb. 2021

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Hard Compressing Limiter
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Limiting is something that most products can not do without. Here is an auto makeup limiter that defies most standards of quality, yet it uses too much CPU to be something which could be utilized many times.[/su_expand]

DSPplug Sm Limiter
Downloads: 53, File Size: 224.5 KB, Added: 02 Feb. 2021

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DSPplug Smooth Limiter
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DSPplug Smooth 77 X64 Ready
Downloads: 48, File Size: 196.9 KB, Added: 05 Feb. 2021

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Omega PhaseBGone

It’s really simple, sometimes either effects or phase causing processing will be too resonant and be causing modulation. Especially like in the case of reverb. Turn a reverb effect effect into a linear phase one with this effect or just tame phase in general by choosing the dominant side (which will automatically become BOTH sides) with the DSPplug Omega PhaseBGone.

Omega Presence

You often will want to add a little bit of automation, and after you’ve mastered; you do not want to add any volume but you wish to take away.

Here’s a simple tool that offers that capability which also doubles as being able to very simply improve the presence of a vocal or a set. You can change the frequency from 1000hz to 4500hz and, using an RBJ first order peaking filter (that has been highly optimized so as to not make noise while automating) you can improve the sense and sound of presence.

You can very easily make it sounds like the speaker is directly adjacent to the microphone with this tool.

Furthermore, using a physical principle coined as rarefaction; a method that mimicks the act of compression breakpoints and bas convolution and tenacious nature; rather than a thickened bass (as has become popular in this day and age) you will instead recieve a very perpetual thin, realistic bass that is carefully designed so as to ensure that the bass is the last thing you hear. Just like in nature.

This entitles the end user to use this plug-in on every trck and channel so as to not just add a little presence, automation and placement; but also a means to add a smooth, natural sound that is the product a hard working DSP engineer’s set of working theories put into practise.