The william de-esser is a nice addition to any professional’s toolbox.
A windows 64-bit VST2 plugin, the william de-esser is a zero latency compression tool that is not for only de-essing vocals but also for the entire track. The reasons you might choose the william de-esser are:
Filter Type Selection
BP1: A smooth sounding RBJ bandpass filter.
BP2: A ZDF bandpass filter with a mild grit.
HP1: A TDF2 style filter type with smoothness and character.
HP2: A generic C+ filter which due to its subtractive quality adds a raspiness.
Intuitive Loudness Metering Choose between dBFS and the world standard LU to see where your track stands in volume level.
Speed This plugin is optimized by Le Attol (Robert Ellis Langford) meticulously so as to have less impact on your hardworking CPU.
Changelog + V1.0: Unreleased + V1.1: Added 3 new filter types (BP2, HP1, HP2). + V1.2: Added automation support
Planned Changes + V1.2: Auto crossfading to prevent clicks during operation and especially preset change. (pending 01/25/20) + V1.2: Complete automation support (almost completed 01/25/20).
The VSTplug governor (32 & 64 Bit VST2 Win) is a simple way to change decibel levels, both in the sense of averaging the lows, and carefully controlling the amplitude of the peaks.
This beta frankly, does not work as well it could. But without a doubt it does work well. What it comes down to is the db detection and that detection being made to be more accurate and above the amount of dB to be cancelled out. The new version will have LU functionality added so as to meet the latest legal standard. Thanks to all of the testers and supporters of this product.
The VSTplug freq is a great parametric EQ that’s able to do most anything with only peaking filters. More is planned for this equalizer. It was made for the most part as a test of functionality but will be updated to have all filter types (specifically the RBJ type “custom programmed by Le Attol”).
The VSTplug LA bands 2 is a fantastic equalizer, exceeding the colour and quality of most any commercial equalizer on the market. Due to its superior construction, LA bands 2 outperforms and outshines the competition by being easy on the CPU; it sounds smooth and it’s “not bad” overall. Better performance, with a few sacrifices made to ensure that.
The LA school esquire is one of the better limiters on the market, yet it is not a brick wall limiter, instead it’s a limiter using a rarely found pumping algorithm designed to mimic sound with a linear decay (rarefaction). And this effect is only bolstered by the static ceiling (based on %).
Changelog V2: + Added LU detection (soon adding optional DBFS and RMS support)
V1.6: + Improved the behavior of the pumping limiter by individualizing the dB detector type to threshold. + Enhanced the levels of pseudo morph ism because it looks neato and keen.
V1.5: + Reduced CPU usage (thanks Cytosonic & Aliasant). + Changed design (thanks Robert for color advice).
V1.4: + New refresh rate algorithm reduces lag. + Reduced CPU usage.
V1.3: + Better Logo Aesthetics + Named Presets.
V1.2: + Better math (Now Using Ruby); + Peak calculation using slide and line primitive + Rough solution for attack and release now applied.
Planned + Plug-in preset manager (Will require installer) + Extensive youtube tutorials + PDF user guide + Upwards limiting + Rational Mapping of threshold and ratio; (To include three decimal places in the first 5 increments – More control) + Mouse wheel Support