Oeksound – Bundle – NO INSTALL, SymLink Installer (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | April 29, 2021


Year / Release Date: 12.2020
Version: v.1.1.2
Developer: Oeksound
Developer site: https://oeksound.com/plugins/soothe2/
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: Ne required
System requirements: Windows 7+

Description: Oeksound soothe2 – plugin for suppressing resonances
Sound processing plugin developer Oeksound has released soothe2, a program designed to suppress unwanted resonant frequencies. The plugin combines heuristic search algorithms with filtering techniques and does not degrade the final sound. The program can be used to work with synthesizers, guitars, voices and many other instruments.
Oeksound soothe2 allows you to listen to frequencies that will be removed from the track and has a number of settings to select the desired range and level of impact on the sound. The program is able to perceive the signal in the entire frequency spectrum and can automatically catch and suppress unwanted MF / HF resonances, rumble and dirt in the bass. For a more flexible setting, soothe2 provides controls for changing the processing speed, quantitative mixing of clean and processed signal, side / chain, mid / side section, as well as hard and soft modes.
Spiff allows you to cut or enlarge transients (aka transients) with “extreme” detail. It analyzes the incoming signal and applies processing only to those sections that contain information about transients. The rest of the signal remains as it was originally.
Applications include softening speech, hard consonants, clicks, and “p” sounds. Turning on the “boost” mode turns the Spiff into a transient amplifier. It requires minimal configuration to work, but if you want to make certain improvements, you can do this by adjusting additional parameters.
In addition, the visual part of the plugin is well designed for easy control.

16 thoughts on “Oeksound – Bundle – NO INSTALL, SymLink Installer (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

  1. OSX

    again no new mac upload for many days… please start focusing more on mac

  2. SantaKlose

    all the mac users are so butt hurt right now. what about paying for the plug ins? y’all have money for macs but can’t but a normal plug in?

  3. admin

    if the shoe was on the other foot you would be feeling it too your on here not paying for them also so keep that in mind

  4. OSX

    @SantaKlose i actually do buy plugins, ive spent thousands, but unfortunately theres just WAY too many software products that are pretty much mandatory for making good professional music. so i get plugs on here and if i actually use them and like them, then i buy and support the developer when i can. Its 10s of thousands of dollars just for all the software you need, a few thousand just for Native instruments and Spectrasonics stuff, (i did buy Komplete 13 already) not including all the others and all the mixing and mastering stuff. Thats all for software which is not returnable and you cant sell it when you’re done using it like hardware. Plugins have $0 value immediately after buying and thats why expensive plugins get cracked. If there was a good market for selling plugin licenses at fair prices online lots of people would do that, but alot of times there are scams, crazy high prices for a license transfer and some companies wont even give you upgrade discounts when the plugin gets upgraded.

  5. biosvn

    @SantaKlose Buddy not all mac users are real apple product users. Some of them (like me) uses a hackintosh 😉


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