SeteChave by AudioFusion Bureau
The Audio Fusion Bureau, a Brazilian plugin developer, has updated its complete collection of plugins, including the free SeteChave, Pro Tuner, and Wizard. This update includes a redesigned GUI for all plugins, as well as support for Mac Big Sur operating systems and M1 CPUs. Additionally, all plugins are now resizable, and certain specialized plugins have additional functions and capabilities.
The SeteChave plugin is a stereo compressor with characteristics similar to the “Pumping Effect” (pumping effect). It’s designed for usage in bands that need to regulate audio signals that exceed the dynamic range.
Let’s look at the controls on SeteChave :
- Knee: the curve provides compression, which varies between values 1 to 5
- Input: Input signal gain control from -12dB to + 12dB
- Att: Attack ranging from 1.2 milliseconds to 500 milliseconds
- Threshold: with decibel range 0dB to -36dB
- Rel: Release ranging from 20 milliseconds to 5 seconds
- Output: gain control of the output signal of -12dB to + 12dB.
- Ratio: compression ratio, which varies from 1: 1 to 20: 1
SeteChave does not have In / Out meters, but it does have a Gain Reduction (GR) meter, which is not precise enough for those looking for precision (it only shows the maximum GR value of -24). Whether this is a good or bad thing depends on you, but if you want to start using your ears as a guide, this compressor could be a good place to start.
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AudioFusion Bureau has created a number of excellent plugins that are both sturdy and high-quality. They also provide various freebies, like the SeteChave compressor. This compressor looks a lot like the 1176 FET and Purple FET compressors, however, it has a different design. Some of the adjustments, such as attack and release time, are more versatile than the original 1176 type plugins. However, the overall color is relatively similar.
On nearly everything, I really like 1176-type compressors. However, I think a compressor like the SeteChave, sounds great on the kick, snare, bass, guitars, drum overheads, and bus. I believe you will be pleased with the end result. It gives the sound such a nice warm hue, I love the way it saturated the signal.
I really enjoy how this plugin sounds, and I think everyone should give it a go before investing in any commercial 1176 plugins. It might help you in saving your money. The fact that you can get this plugin for free is fantastic, and I definitely recommend you give it a try. If you don’t like it, as always I’ll give back your money. So just grab this plugin and try it out in your productions and see whether it works for you or not.
The SeteChave plugin can be downloaded for free from the AudioFusion Bureau developer’s official website (Linked Below). You must add SeteChave to your shopping cart and complete the checkout procedure. You will be asked to enter an email address to which you will receive the plugin’s download link as well as the key (serial key) to activate the plugin. You must input the Serial Key to activate the plugin after completing the SeteChave installation procedure and opening it for the first time. To do so, click on the plugin and a box will popup where you must enter your email and activation key (perhaps this window will take a little to show up, just be patient).
MAC OSX Requirements
- VST, VST3, AU, and AAX – (64-bit)
- VST, VST3, and AAX – (64-bit)