Sonic LAB: Atomic Transient -Transient Shaping On Steroids

From Molecular Bytes      02/08/16

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There's transient processors, and then there's Transient Designers, and also Polyphonic Transient Processing - that's what we're looking at today with Atomic Transient from Molecular Bytes.

Tosh from Wij Productions, looked at the Sonnox Oxford Envolution with it's twin-engined envelope and frequency based approach (see our review). Atomic Transient takes things to a whole new level. As well as three channels of frequency based dynamic transient shaping and filtering, it offers a polyphonic mode, which takes some of the  principles of Melodyne's DNA - extracting individual notes information out of audio files, and allows for processing of transients polyphonically, so each note can be treated separately.

Only a few years ago, in certain parts of the world, you would have been tried for witchcraft for this,  but clever new frequency and pitch analysis lets you do this  as it it were normal.

Atomic Transient comes as VST2, VST3 and Audio Units, there's also a standalone version for Windows users.

Available now priced:  €159 Euros

There is a free trial available.

System requirements Windows/PC:
Pentium 4, 1.6 GHz or AMD Athlon 1500+ or higher
512 MB RAM
25 MB free hard disk space
Windows XP / Vista / Win-7 / Win-8 / Win-10 (32 and 64 Bit)
VST-effect hosting software or VST compatible DAW
Internet connection (HTTP/HTTPS) for software activation - optional on any other computer
Standalone-Application: Audio-Hardware supporting Direct-X or ASIO

System requirements Mac:
Mac OS-X 10.6 or higher
Intel CPU (Core2Duo or higher)
512 MB RAM
30 MB free hard disk space
AU- or VST-effect hosting software or AU/VST compatible DAW
Internet connection (HTTP/HTTPS) for software activation - optional on any other computer


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