Amplification, reduction and extraction of the transients
Transients are the sounds of high amplitude and short duration, at the beginning of a musical sound or a voice.
See the following link for more details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transient_(acoustics)
The Transient plugin enables the possibility to amplify, attenuate or extract the transients from an input track. It can be really useful for example to amplify the hit a of bass drum or a snare or at the opposite, to attenuate it. In the same way, on a voice, the Transient plugin enables the possibility to attenuate the mouth noises, such as plosives and sibiliance or at the opposite to amplify them to give more presence. Finally, the transients can be simply extracted, in order to apply later the desired processing.
The interface of the Transient plugin is simple in order to not complicate uselessly the manipulations. A parameter enables the possibility to choose if we want in output a mix of the transients with the original sound, or at the opposite if we want only the extracted transients parts. A gain control enables the possibility to attenuate or amplify the transient parts. Finally, a threshold enables the possibility to keep only the highly transient parts. The level of the original sound and the level of the extracted transients are visualized by two VU meters.
Minimal configuration: Windows 7 / Mac OS X 10.9
with OpenGL 2.0 support
Formats: VST / VST3 / AAX / AU
List of the knobs and graphs
Detail of the graphs