VSTBuzz is running a 70% OFF deal on Transgressor 2, an innovative hybrid transient design tool developed by Boz Digital Labs.
Transgressor 2 combines transient shaping capabilities with a pair of 4-band equalizers with the goal of equalizing the signal’s attack transient and sustain individually. The software is available in VST, VST3, AU, RTAS, and AAX plugin formats for digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. Both 32-bit and 64-bit host applications are supported.See also: 10+ Music Production Freebies To Help You #StayAtHome
The interface consists of two main sections. The red-colored section on the left controls the attack transient and the blue-colored section on the right controls the sustain. Both sections feature an EQ display, along with a gain control knob, a bypass switch, and a set of dedicated transient shape controls.
Transgressor 2 also features a separate section for transient detection. This is where the user can pinpoint a specific section of the processed audio signal using a combination of side-chaining, filtering, threshold sensitivity adjustment, and by fine-tuning the retriggering timeframe.
The Transgressor combines a transient designer with two equalizers. No big deal you say? Any EQ plug-ins will do? Au contraire mon frère. Transgressor 2 not only lets you equalize the attack and sustain portions of the instrument’s envelope individually (yes, you read that right; the attack can be equalized differently from sustain), but it also lets you dial in the specific low, mid, and high frequencies independently on each.
Transgressor 2 is normally priced at €130 but you can get it for only €39 at VST Buzz. The 70% OFF deal ends on March 31st, 2020. All customers will earn 20 reward points that can be used to purchase other discounted software. At the moment, VSTBuzz is also running a 71% OFF deal on Loom II by Air Music Tech (ending soon).
More info: Transgressor 2 (70% OFF @ VSTBuzz until March 31st, 2020)