I've tested this briefly at the studio today on a few mixes.
I really really like the way it fills out the mids on a mix. I'm guessing this is because it's adding harmonics in places where there's room for them giving it a really solid sound. Is this essentially the same process as sony inflator? It kinda reminds me of that FM radio station sound.
I also tried it on some vocals and drum tracks. The saturation I find to be a little smoother than say the saturation unit in Voxformer, and that's great for some things,- but I'm still looking for that elusive "on the edge" yet super clean "sounding" vocal sound. I'll play around some more though, this is certainly in the right ball park.
I really like the colour changing ability. Would it ever be possible to tap in hex numbers?
I also really like the new dials, and I also really like that it all works in WINE also :)
What's next I wonder?
oops,- possible bug,- the UI scale function doesn't work until you unload/reload the plugin.
That's in reaper with WINE.
Thanks for your feedback. As for the sound, well, it's hard to please everyone, but I usually try to do my best. I'm not sure the sound is same as Inflator, but some people compared both in VariSaturator's favor. So, I guess you can replace Inflator with it in most cases (hope this does not sound like a bad marketing).
Color customization is not planned as this requires a lot of pre-computation (we use LAB color model which is CPU intensive for real-time changes).
UI scaling is not a bug - it is meant to work that way since graphics should be fully reloaded and I do not want to keep all graphics loaded just to allow instant UI scale changes that are likely to be done once a year at most. :)
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