A New version of Noisebud Slow have been released. Version 1.2 let you adjust the release time and by that it all of the sudden have a bunch of additional applications. We’ll make another demo video later this week. Donate and download today, you won’t regret it!
Our mastering compressor Slow got an overwhelming welcome and we’re very proud. We’re currently working on version 1.1 where we’re going to add an HP side-chain filter and change the behavior of the Pre-Gain so that you can use it while mixing as well as mastering.
Both features are based on user feedback. We made Slow for mastering and therefor we only tested it in mastering situations. Our users on the other hand, they throw it in to the mixing stage right away and didn’t care at all why and what we made it for. And we’re glad; slow work extremely well while mixing too. After we got positive user feedback we immediately tried it on drums, vocals, overheads and pretty much everything… It worked everywhere, most of the time we preferred Slow over classic compressors. Wow, I guess we didn’t know what a beast we created.
Thanks for all the feedback and improvement suggestions, we probably have the best user base in the whole world!
If you wonder how you get hold of updates when you paid for an earlier version… Just email us, we answer within 24H in most cases. If we’re not on vacation… But that does not happen that often. =)
59 hours left on our Indiegogo campaign. We realized that we most probably won’t reach our funding goals (lol) but at least we hope to get enough to pay for the most important license, the Juce c++ library, we’re almost there… just need a little push over the edge.
Would you please give us the final push? =)
We’re more than halfway through the development of Midsider 2.0, donors get to try the alpha release no matter the perk or size of the donation, so jump on now to save some bucks on a couple of up and coming plugins and support three very lovely people in the process!!!
Just in time for christmas we have this little spin off product ready, so go ahead and put it under your tree.
Lazy Kenneth will help those who don’t know how to use, or are too lazy to use sidechain to handle heavy basslines that collide with the bass drum in 4/4 music. That is music where you put a bass drum on all fours, techno, house, trance, minimal, tribal and so on. Put Lazy Kenneth on the bassline track and it will automatically duck the signal when the bass drum hits. You could place a LK on all tracks except the bass drum for some real heavy pumping effect.