Satson can be used subtly or aggressively to distort synths, and virtual or real instruments, for example. Saturation can be disabled when you want to use Satson for trim and metering purposes exclusively. Listening to the Channel and Buss instances individually reveals sonic differences, and analysis tools show what looks like a general mid-to-high-frequency lift on the Buss plug-in, rather than the more defined mid-range and high-frequency lift seen on the Channel. Finally this will be great. Features of Sonimus Satson Channel 1. If you have busses then add a SatSon Buss in each.
In this scenario you're using SatSon as some sort of console mojo, that's all. Maybe try getting in touch with some plugin companies, show them your reviews of previous items, see if you can land a deal and get the plug for free, so you can review it and advertise it for them. However, you still get the Fat option and a further back-panel Loud setting that adds more saturation to high and low frequencies. This is complete offline installer and standalone setup for Sonimus Satson Channel 1. Grouping Imagine being able to control all Satson instances from a single instance.
At this point you can't move its gain anymore or at least, you shouldn't. You can use it a little or subtlety or a lot to drive the hell out of something. The package contains two plug-ins, Channel and Buss, each offering a slightly different sonic flavour. All platforms support both 32 and 64 bit operation. The Verdict The Sonimus Satson package is brilliant. The underlying concept is that the plug-in saturates like an analogue console, imparting that flavour to your mixes.
The Buss plug-in has fewer controls and no input level. It might seem intimidating at first glance, but you will notice over time that is a quite easy to use plugin, with its two thresholds which reduce the full dynamic range, by leveling the peaks in a loop, for example. Went to a studio a couple of weeks where stevie wonder recorded some albums and the engineer took time to show me a few things. In this scenario you're using SatSon for gain staging and some sort of console mojo, that's all. Overall, we feel Satson works best as a 'load and forget' processor that enhances your mix.
Sonimus today announced , a virtual rack that allows you to use up to eight Satson Series modules in one plugin. However, this is no 'black box' solution. The only other thing to mention is that the filters are gentle and musical, rather than surgical or coloured. Bear in mind that if you have a dynamics processor in your chain, any change in SatSon's gain will affect it in this case the output compensation is useless since it will destroy your gain staging at this point. Start mixing now Smile Add all your processors after SatSon keep SatSon in the first slot, always. Internal 64-bit floating point double precision.
First up, with no Satson, then 2. Now you're done with Gain Staging. I guess that was his main point. You're essentially getting two great tools for one ridiculously low price. Once you're done just insert all processors before SatSon.
Once you've read the , you'll quickly discover just how incredibly flexible Satson is. The Buss plug-in also includes stereo crosstalk by default the back-panel 'dual mono' option can disable this. I think I just might take your idea and run with it, after all, the worst thing they can do is say no. Both come in mono and stereo versions. I gotta say fella, I really enjoy these reviews you keep posting. Modules can be re-arranged via drag and drop, giving you intuitive control of the signal path.
It is full offline installer standalone setup of Sonimus Satson Channel 1. Updated versions of both plugins will launch shortly, in June: Britson during the first week and Satson during the third. Move their gains up or down, one by one, until you hear something you like some people call it 'find the sweet spot of the console'. It has separate thresholds for positive and negative phase. I dropped it into my drum bus and bumped up the gain a bit and applied a little filtering with the knobs.