NoLias let you quickly determine if there are any aliasing artifacts created by plugins in a mastering (or mix) chain. It doesn’t measure anything, it’s nothing fancy, but sometimes the no-frills solution does the job better than any other approach. NoLias runs a customized sine sweep, if there’s aliasing created, you’ll hear the sweep fold back into the audible spectrum (see the video for an example). The plugin consists of an on/off switch, level control for the sine sweep, and a simple spectrum analyzer. The analyzer doesn’t have a function, I used it while forming the sine sweep and let it stay out of esthetical reasons. In “off” mode, NoLias passes the signal from the input to the output untouched. When turned on, it starts to play the sweep.
ATM This plugin is only available at Patreon: