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December 23, 2004
Voxengo has released version 1.1 of Transmodder, a transient-driven filtering system in PC VST format. Transmodder could also be called a transient modification system, since it allows the user to modify the audio material by means of dynamic filtering in accordance with the transient content of the signal.
This update fixes various minor issues. The interface screen has been rearranged. A mouse wheel can be now used to adjust filter's bandwidth on the graphical display. The plug-in now also posseses a processing quality setting (Normal, High, Auto).
This version also features a transient analyzer mode switch. It allows you to switch from the default 'manual' to the 'auto' mode which offers you an automatic tuning for most analyzer controls, thus making plug-in tuning an easier task.
Transmodder is available for purchase on-line for USD 79.95.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxengo.com