T-De-Esser by Techivation
With the introduction of the free T-De-Esser plugin, Techivaton, a new plugin brand, joins the game. According to their presentation, Techivation is a group of music producers, audio engineers, and developers whose purpose is to create products that will make the music creation process more smooth, quick, and more enjoyable.
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Designed to repair audio without causing artifacts
This De-Essing dynamics processing effect (T-De-Esser), which focuses on the frequency spectrum’s most sensitive point, aims to make our audio signal sound crystal clear and smooth.
Its concept was created to repair audio signals without producing artefacts, resulting in natural sound while smoothing out high frequencies and producing clear, bright outcomes after harshness and wheezing were reduced.
T-De-Esser's UI & Controls
Everything starts with the huge center knob “PROCESSING”, which determines how much level will pass through the de-essing processing before the signal triggers the compression, this is similar to the threshold.
Then there’s the “Intensity” knob, which controls the amount of gain reduction T-De-Esser applies after the signal surpasses the Processing knob’s Threshold, this is like the Ratio.
Then there’s the “Sharpness” knob, which controls how the frequency spectrum of our compressed audio signal (as a result of de-essing) transitions to the frequency spectrum of the uncompressed audio signal. Compression is smoother and more progressive with a lower Sharpness setting.
In the “Frequency Range” area, we may pick between 4 de-essing processing modes: Hi-end will process the signal between the frequency ranges of 5 to 20 kHz, High will process between 5 to 10 kHz, Mid-hi will process between 2 to 4 kHz, and Low-hi will process between 1 to 4 kHz.
We also have an “Output” slider to adjust the output signal after the entire process, a switch to enable A/B comparison, and a meter to display the degree of gain and output reduction.
Download T-De-Esser for free
You can download the plugin by using the link below. The T-De-Esser plugin can be found in Vst3 format on Windows & Mac operating systems at the moment in 32 & 64 bits. The AAX format for Pro Tools will be available soon.
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