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Variety Of Sound TesslaSE mkII v2.1 x64 x86 VST VST3 WiN [FREE] screenshot
27/11/2023 | x64 x86 VST VST3 WiN | 26 MB
TesslaSE mkII is a transformer saturation simulator.

It is not a distortion box but rather focuses on bringing all those subtle saturation and widening (side-) effects from the analog right into the digital domain.

It sligthly colors the sound, polishes transients and creates depth and dimension in the stereo field. All the analog goodness in subtle doses.

It's a mixing effect intended to be used here and there where the mix demands it. It offers a low CPU profile and (almost) zero latency.

The 2.1 update introduces VST3 support and features an improved audio transformer input stage.

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one of the best
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Resident 24.07.2019 15 867
Without a doubt the best free transformer saturation plugin!
  Member 11.11.2020 3 62
Really nice update the harmonics generate are more clean and offer a better dynamic result !!!
  Resident 1.04.2015 186
Bootsy wrote a paper on his novel and more refined approach of transformer-based signal processing here :

This update certainly contains those new designs, as he posted an update right after.
way more subtle and pleasing ! it's always about the musicality with analog, artifacts, still, but "enhancing", "continuing", "accentuating" the emotional content of the signal.

It's very funny to think about it because those are still artifacts, like aliasing, phase shift, or clipping, but in the analog world it often excites, gives punch, depth, space... simply because of the parameters of their behavior (which frequency, dynamic curve, ect...). As if they were a concrete rules for punch, openness, euphonia.

Which is to say greatly counterintuitive.

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