In a nutshell, TB DeEsser can edit voices or apply a smooth limiting effect to high frequencies in stereo mixes.
TB DeEsser removes or reduces excess sibilants in vocals (such as ‘sss’ and ‘tth’ without adversely affecting the low-frequency (voiced) parts of the signals.
A variable cross-over frequency and de-essing threshold allow for a precise control of the de-essing function. There is no need to adjust attack or release parameters as these properties are automatically adjusted depending on the input signal.
TB DeEsser’s stereo, split-band design also allows the limiting of any excess high-frequency content in other signals including full stereo mixes.
Here are some key features of "TB DeEsser":
· Zero-latency processing
· Stereo design with monitor function to listen to removed sibilance
· Single or split-band operation
· Support of all sampling rates from 11 to 192 kHz
· Variable cross-over frequency and sensitivity
· Variable amount of sibilance removal
· Variable attack, release, and stereo link properties
· Based on the VST 2.4 specification to allow compatibility with virtually all host programs
· VST 2.4 or AU host
· 1 GHz or higher processor
· Parameter communication between the plugin and the host is disabled.
· The settings will not be stored with your audio project by the host program.
· Parameter automation may not work appropriately for trial versions.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added check marks to drop-down menus
· Added control and alt key modifiers to lock x/y-only movement for nodes
· Added snap to zero functionality for nodes
· Various GUI redraw CPU complexity reductions
· Slightly increased font size in almost all plugins for better readability on high-resolution screens