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TDR OD DeEdger v. 1.2.7 Retail Win / Mac screenshot
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DeEdger introduces a new way of reducing the hardness of audio signals without negatively altering the original signal qualities.

The plugin operates in a threshold free manner, thus can comfortably handle any input signal level, type, and dynamic range. Where other plugins might under or over process, DeEdger only applies processing if any hardness is detected. Once detected, the hardness will be smoothed with remarkable elegance. After its initial setup, DeEdger can be left in a “set and forget” configuration without further attention.

DeEdger introduces a new way of reducing the hardness of audio signals without negatively altering the original signal qualities.

The plugin operates in a threshold free manner, thus can comfortably handle any input signal level, type, and dynamic range. Where other plugins might under or over process, DeEdger only applies processing if any hardness is detected. Once detected, the hardness will be smoothed with remarkable elegance. After its initial setup, DeEdger can be left in a “set and forget” configuration without further attention.

Intricate time and frequency dependent mechanisms allow DeEdger to provide a very transparent process throughout. The initial concept, developed by a professional mastering engineer, focused on the demands of modern audio mastering and has also turned out to be equally useful for mixing.

Key Features:

▬ Control the hardness of audio material while preserving dynamic impact and musicality
▬ Suitable for complex stereo material, including individual tracks and subgroups
▬ Low CPU load
▬ Intuitive user interface
▬ Set and forget

Ohlhorst Digital is a brand by Jan Ohlhorst. Initially developed exclusively for his work as a mastering engineer, these well refined products are now being made publicly accessible.



NOTE: Tokyo Dawn Record is a small company and a label, they work with "not mainstream artists" and their plugins are very affordable. Buy them if you use them and can afford them.
They deserve your money.


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  Resident 7.01.2008 1231
+318
First : Much tanks

My people think I seem intimidating, pimple-hard to others. Maybe this tool can finally give me more soft touch, maybe even more femininity, more sissy. To make my destructive hardness disappear.
Seriously: The approach behind it, the idea of ​​it sounds very interesting.


And that's what TESTERS say about it ( 2018):
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- I use it for certain material, when the recording used a poor microphone, that has perhaps overstressed treble and sounds too crispy or metallic when it should not, and with a normal EQ it would become just dull.
Certain male vocals that sound harsh and husky, and this enters in unbalanced sudden moments, it can catch very nicely!
The voice sounds still brilliant, but not that crude any more.

- Used it recently for clearing up a nasty digital file. Did it very simply and sounded almost analogue. Impressed.

- At a stretch, i'd say maybe high ips tape? It has a "musical"kind of de-essing and tucking in of high transients on well calibrated decks at least. Lower ips tends to eat up the transients in a slew limiting/clipping kind of way.

- De-Edger can approach the former. Considering it is a state aware de-esser of sorts. Its not just sensitive to the frequency content, but also the contour, or "edge"if you like of the transients like tape is .
it's very much like iZotope's Spectral Shaper (not Sculptor). Not that far from a dynamic "de-esser" but still different in that it works more on the initial transient portion of the waveform, not just targeting a frequency range as a whole - so real good for taking the sting off, for example, hihats and snares, even on the master bus.

Can add a transient softening/smoothing type effect that is reminiscent of tape.
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  Member 14.02.2015 1 48
+17
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  Member 22.12.2018 485
+329
It is useful when transient harshness occurs only within a certain frequency band within a mix. One must carefully find it by ear and then properly adjust the Q factor.
Since it is dynamic, it completely reserves transients under the designed threshold. Loudness compensate is a nice feature, but bears the risk of tiny loudness fluctuations (depending on 'depth' settings).
It is better suited for single tracks, because in such case it is much easier to confidently detect the harshness range by ear. Also within the same frequency band on a mix you can have instruments that are harsh and others that are not.
Apart from transient smoothing, some sound definition within the chosen band is also lost.
  Resident 12.10.2018 316
+44
Thank you anonymous member for this and other gifts.
  Member 2.06.2014 6 88
+54
Isn't this trying to do the same job as Soothe?
  Resident 20.06.2014 2 325
+256
More like Spiff in cut mode. But different results. Both must have
  Resident 20.06.2014 2 325
+256
Really nice plugin! Thank
  Member 23.03.2015 30 135
+128
Great demo track

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