Sonimus tells us that Satson is a plug-in designed to emulate the workflow of the consoles on your computer and get better and fastest mixes. They say it has a VU meter carefully modelled and calibrated, high quality high-pass / low-pass filters and analog console-like saturation (includes stereo crosstalk). Here's the rest of what Sonimus has to say... Mixing with Satson is a pleasant experience:
You can get better mixes thanks to its VU Meters which help to level the tracks to get an ideal headroom (you can set the VU 0VU = -18 dBfs or 0VU = -14 dBfs) and you can use the GAIN control like a trim (NOTE: More GAIN more saturation).
You can take advantage of the high quality filters, these are sweet and pleasant to the ear.
Saturation is based on two high-end analog consoles giving warmth and "glue" to the tracks and busses. It has two modes "FAT off" (subtle distortion, high dynamic range) and "FAT on" (more hot and less dynamic range).
Satson Buss has Stereo Crosstalk, this gives depth/3D feeling. (It can be desactivated if you want).
Saturation can be disabled if you only want to use Satson for trim and metering.
Also you can use Satson as an aggressive effect to distort synths, virtual or real instruments.
Satson Buss has a "LOUD" switch that adds more "air" on highs and punch on lows.
Satson is carefully optimized for a low CPU consumption.
Satson works internally at 64-bit floating point double precision.
No Group delay.
No activation key/serial, each buyer will get a personalized copy, so you can use it in the studio, laptop, etc...