“the norm” is an ffmpeg normalizer that uses workarounds to make the non-functional normalizer function of ffmpeg into something that works perfectly. It took some research and training to diagnose the problem but with this workaround you will find that after de-noising your vocals; this is a fast tool to use inside a windows OS folder that automatically masters any .wav file inside the folder. Just keep the zip file use it whenever you need it.

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This is the new upgrade of the DSPplug esquire, offering new advantages and a zero latency experience. Though the old was quite good, it took a brief millisecond to catch up. With this improved hybrid lu dbfs design, there is no such shortcoming.

Brickwall, true peak limiter limiting to -1.0 dbtp.
Has compression but no auto makeup yet.

V1.3: + Added GUI Attack and Release Components
+ Improved transition between pumping and envelope mode
+ Reduced CPU and Memory Usage.
V1.4: Updated GUI.
V1.5: Updated GUI, Knob preset state refresh and Strengthened TP detection so to prevent TP leaks. (will finetune this new tech to a greater extent asap. work in progress).
V1.6: Updated GUI, (Perfected DAW state display, Auto Makeup, GR) Added.
V1.7: Remade switch code, fixed presets, added new custom tp limiter (will improve it).
V1.8: Added Limiter feedback prevention (will add to thresh, ratio, ceiling soon) using crossfade. Improved detection, reduced drastic ceiling reduction, improved sound depth and clarity, reduced distortion. cytoSonic compressor is now added using -9 dbfs thresh 75 ratio to smooth out the highest peaks. Please refer to the source for usage details.
V1.9: Added new oversampled limiter before and after. Reduced amount of overall gain and targetted -3 dbfs threshold instead. Overcame distortion experienced in last 3 versions.
V2.0: Updated code to fix various bugs. Feedback does not create a reduction in amplitude anymore.

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The titan limiter reduces distortion and it sounds good in a live or editing environment. It’s designed with the engineer in mind, having well honed stable levels that you can quickly and deftly adjust by the relevant points to meet your mastering needs.

Soon to come is amean averaging systen designed to improve dynamic and so to lower the integrated loudness while maintaining the true peak.

Includes flowstone source schematics.

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This gate is based upon older gate code. It’s an envelope follower that was used with an average gate example. I realized there was something that sounded 5 star. Vs Izotope’s alloy 2 it’s close, though alloy2’s is a little cleaner and smoother, the effective range for noise suppression is nice. Though of course the older Izotope gate in comparison has various methods to ensure that the end product is “smoothed over”. In the interest of speed and production time I have not added the same frills as yet.

However, this is a really great gate, and rather than just make something that meets the status quo, you’ll be pleased by the million dollar sound of the sonic treatment. It sounds like extremely expensive indie gear. Comments are welcomed. Included in the zip file is the source which is MIT/ccbya licensed.

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The mark3 is a mid side limiter with mono to stereo and widening capabilities.
This includes a 3 band graphic eq for mid and side as well as a dbfs and peak rms mastering solution.
You may also notice that the analog button reduces essing, as it uses a custom moog filter.

Utilizing code designed by DSPplug, Kirkagur, Exonerate, Infuzion and Trogluddite. Linear delay by Martin Vicanek with a peerless peak detection by cytoSonic. Filter work by infected sounds and control array assembly by Barak.

This is not an official release of VOS, nor is it a collaboration of DSPplug and VOS.
Mac support coming soon.

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Haas is great, and there are many incarnations of it. This version uses no stereo width to bolster and confine the effect, ensuring that the pleasing phase cancellation effect seems very clean and even natural.

Great effort went into ensuring that there are no clicks or noises and overall the plugin is very efficient.

Use this in tandem with the famous Lauridsen technique as well as with the free DSPplug Blumlein haas plug-in so as to ensure that your sounds have a different feel and sound, better assisting you in creating a contrast and definining characteristic for your sounds.

A multi-band version of this plug-in will be added very soon in an update, it’s well under way.

It’s a passive noise suppression filter that requires your mic to be close to you. More features may be added in the future, there’s no discernable gui. This uses mid side and technology that’s way ahead of the competition to remove computer and background noise realtime.

This technology is not designed to strengthen distant noises as this merely causes essing and amplified mouth noises. It is designed for a closer musician.

There’s never been anything like the Omega Width. It uses auto makeup to ensure that the sound after adding stereo width has the same gain. Though, to prevent clipping it does prevent intersample peaks from going over a true peak of -1 dBFS. The result is less saturation.

The DSPplug mid side plug-in is a surefire way to add the mid side technology while also preserving most of the phase of stereo that is stemming from the original sample’s stereo signal.

This means that you can use mid side in such a manner that allows you to reduce distortion by up to an incredible 35% (maxed side). With the additional volume control available, you’ll be able to use mid side to control the seeming distance / closeness of a sound without having to use a great deal of filters.

The DSPplug omega¬†mid side, constructed and designed by king OZ records is probably the most professional sounding, offering a true-to-life color that’s indicative of the most expensive analog gear that is rarely for sale in any decent condition that is.

So often there are supposedly modern mid side techniques, but they sound as if they’re the product of either fake, smooth vector designs, or:¬†They sound like they possess a harshness, without a sound and texture that can be compared to something tactile; making yet another effect in an already growing fx chain necessary. Escape monotony with a product designed and constructed by an individual mixing music on a regular basis, producing, researching and self educating; an individual that is in-touch with the audio world and willing to live up to the most enduring of standard.

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.