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Old 07-10-2017, 03:09 AM
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Default OD DeEdger by Tokyo Dawn Labs



DeEdger introduces a new way of reducing the hardness of audio signals without negatively altering the original signal qualities.

The plugin operates in a threshold free manner, thus can comfortably handle any input signal level, type, and dynamic range. Where other plugins might under or over process, DeEdger only applies processing if any hardness is detected. Once detected, the hardness will be smoothed with remarkable elegance. After its initial setup, DeEdger can be left in a “set and forget” configuration without further attention.

Intricate time and frequency dependent mechanisms allow DeEdger to provide a very transparent process throughout. The initial concept, developed by a professional mastering engineer, focused on the demands of modern audio mastering and has also turned out to be equally useful for mixing.

Key Features
  • Control the hardness of audio material while preserving dynamic impact and musicality
  • Suitable for complex stereo material, including individual tracks and subgroups
  • Low CPU load
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Set and forget
Ohlhorst Digital is a brand by Jan Ohlhorst. Initially developed exclusively for his work as a mastering engineer, these well refined products are now being made publicly accessible.



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Old 07-19-2017, 07:30 PM
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Default Re: OD DeEdger by Tokyo Dawn Labs

A maintenance up date is now available;

1.1.0

# Added M-only and S-only channel mode option which can be setup by toggle-clicking the M/S button
# Added new "adaptive load" mechanism that dynamically unloads all filters & deactives all processing when there is no input signal
# Fixed bug where frequency change was not assigned under certain cases with "Focus Listen" activated
# Significantly reduced CPU load by further optimizing DSP framework
# Slightly adjusted Q dependent loudness compensation in "Focus Listen" mode


btw - If you think a hundred bucks is a lot of money for an intelligent, set-and-forget de-harsher/de-boxer/de-esser/dynamic EQ, like all TDR plug-ins the demo version is unrestricted in time and functionality. The only restriction is it won't re-call settings. (Remember track sheets..?)

Awesome!

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