soothe – the one new plugin you actually need
soothe is a spectral processor for suppressing resonances in the mid and high frequencies. It automatically detects the resonances in the audio material and applies a reduction that matches the input signal, saving you from having to manually notch the problematic frequencies.
soothe has been designed with vocal processing in mind, but solves problems in a range of situations, like:
- Vocalists with problematic sibilances recorded with a saturating microphone
- Fretboard noises on acoustic guitar and double bass tracks
- Excessive whistling from the cymbal close mics
- Overly bright electric guitar and piano tracks
soothe can be used where a traditional de-esser, dynamic eq or multiband compression would be, it just works better. It is equally at home on individual tracks as well as on sub mixes and master bus.
The modern and informative user interface let’s you tackle problems with never-before ease. You can see the exact processing that takes place with the real time OpenGL accelerated frequency graph.
Years of R&D have resulted in an artefact-free process. You hear only the effect with none of the problems of the other approaches. soothe has no crossover-artefacts or pre-ringing.
soothe is available in all major plugin formats for all DAW platforms for Windows and Mac.
Further reading, downloads and free 20-day trial:
Windows 7 and up as 32/64bit VST and 64 bit AAX.
Mac OSX 10.7 – 10.12 as 32/64bit VST and AU, and 64bit AAX, Intel processor