In today’s video, we get to try out the Oeksound Spiff plugin! The Spiff is a transient designer, but it is not like the many other transient designers out there. This plugin is an EQ specific transient designer, meaning you can sit there and cut and boost certain frequencies.
We are also lucky enough to get to giveaway THREE copies of Oeksound’s Spiff! Enter below for your chance to win!
Spiff has been designed to cut and boost transients with extreme detail. This plugin analyzes the incoming signal and applies processing only to the parts of the signal that contain the transient information, which keeps the rest of the signal intact and free from side effects.
This is wonderful for things like drums, where you can enhance the attack and be very specific to certain frequencies. It can also be great for vocals, as it can help you cut out excessive lip smacking or excessive T’s and D’s, or boost and exaggerate certain sounds and frequencies where you don’t have enough in the performance.
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Spiff presents an infinite number of possibilities for sound manipulation with their new way of controlling transients. You can remove all of the attack from a piano, turn guitar parts into a make a picked guitar sound fingerpicked, remove the close mics from a drum recording, and so much more.
Watch the video below to see the Oeksound Spiff in action! Don’t forget to enter to win a copy as well!