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Aleksey,

I use Soniformer quite a lot in mastering applications, and find it to be an excellent tool.

Sometimes I need to use two instances to handle peaks as well as 'smoother' types of compression - one with 'Peak' on, the other with 'Env' on.  Many compressors have either 'auto-smoothing', Program Dependant Envelope, or a variable sensing adjustment.  I am wondering if it is possible to include a variable envelope algorithm in the future, one that can be adjusted somewhere between Peak and Env (which, I take it, is like an RMS sensing compressor).  Or perhaps a Program Dependant Envelope feature.

Or (maybe I am dreaming), a new multi-band parameter that can adjust the compression sensing per band (from peak to RMS); any of these solutions would allow a whole host of possibilities, like keeping snare transients under control, while keeping a slower bass guitar tamed without distortion, etc...

I also still like the idea of an eq curve capture feature, as in Span, etc.  That would facilitate the drawing of the threshold to a desired source track..

Anyway, thanks for a wonderful (nd very underrated) product.

George Piazza - virtualaudio@aol.com

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To clarify, I am referring to the 'Detector' selection; is it possible to make it variable with a range, instead of just 'Peak' and 'Env'.

Thanks again

G~

George Piazza

Virtual Audio Mastering Studio

virtualaudio@aol.com

www.myspace.com/georgepiazza

George Piazza - virtualaudio@aol.com

www.flymastering.com - Mastering, Mixing, Restoration

www.tombofmysteries.com - 'Supernatural Horror' = Music, Sound Design

http://www.reverbnation.com/tabularasanola - progressive rock group

http://www.facebook.com/george.piazza.10


Thanks for your idea, but I have to think about it.  Such envelope sensing is probably useful for higher frequencies only since lower frequencies are pretty slow anyway.

Next major update to Soniformer will definitely feature a lot of reworking.

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