Shaping instead of compression.
A transient shaper is a great tool for enhancing or lowering the punch of a signal without going through the cumbersome parameters of a compressor. Additionally, every adjustment works independent of a threshold.
Using a transient shaper will boost your workflow and allows you to focus on the certain element you need to adjust.
Punch or Body?
DAEA – DSP like never before.
The way TranSplit processes the transients depends on the Trigger mode. When set to ‘Bass’, TranSplit focuses only on low transients, perfect for ignoring the hi-hat or the crash in drums. When set to ‘Highs’, low transients are ignored.
By setting the transient – slider to the left, you’ll emphasize the transients; sliding it to the right will focus on the sustain.
Sensitivity and length determine the impact needed for a transient to be detected and the duration of the fade-out.
See the shape of your transients.
All changes will be displayed on the user interface, making it easier to understand the purpose of each parameter.
Yellow represents the transients, while blue indicates the sustain part.
This gives you maximum control and makes TranSplit a highly versatile transient shaper. Perfect for bass, drums, and more.