BitterSweet v3 v21 WiN macOS [FREE]
FREE | 26 May 2022 | 190 MB
The BitterSweet Transient Designer
BitterSweet v3 is Flux:: acclaimed transient processor used by hundreds of thousands of users for audio transient management with the simple turn of a knob – Turning it to the Sweet side reduces the transients, and turning it to the Bitter side magnifies the transients – No dongle or license activation required – 100% Freeware!
•Up to 8 channels Input/Output
•Controls the Output Gain at the end of the processing (-/+ 12 dB).
•Link to Output Gain – Compensates the Output Gain depending on the Transient Amount in order to achieve unity gain.
•True bypass control routing the incoming signal direct to the output for a smooth transition between clean and processed signal
•Transient Amount – Adjusting the Bitter/Sweet setting for decreasing or increasing the transients.
•Transient Integration – Provides three different modes of transient processing; Fast, Medium and Slow
•Period – For setting the range of the time window used to detect the transients that will be processed.
•Three different Operation Modes (Main, Center, Stereo) offering versatile transient processing.
•Open Sound Control Support
As simple as just turning a knob
Turning the knob to Sweet side reduces the transients which commonly decreases any transient-rich percussive sounds in the mix, and turning the knob to the Bitter side magnifies the transients which commonly increases any transient-rich percussive sounds in the mix.
Using a built in M/S Encoder/Decoder the Mid (Center) or the Side (Stereo) parts of the sound can be processed independently.
Main – processes using regular stereo signal scheme and it’s the only available mode for multichannel operations
Center – engages the internal MS encoder and processes only the Mid channel. After processing, the sound is decoded back to stereo (useful for snare/kick drums)
Stereo – engages the internal MS encoder and processes only the Side channel. After processing the sound is decoded back to stereo. (Efficient for panned rhythmic instruments)
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