Techivation have released T-Warmer, a plugin that makes audio sound thicker. It’s available at the intro price of $29.00, increasing to $39.00 after the promotion. If you own one of the premium plugins, the price will be further reduced to $19.000 at the checkout.
When it comes to making sounds huge, thick and warm with no muddiness or boxiness, T-Warmer has got your back. This plug-in injects unique musical harmonic saturations to low and mid frequencies to make anything sound warmer and fuller.
T-Warmer can help with:
- Make low frequency instruments, such as sub-bass, 808s and bass guitars sound thicker and more audible on smaller speakers.
- Make the kick drums and snare hits sound rounder and fuller.
- Make vocal tracks sound bigger and more consistent.
- Tame out guitar and piano peaks, and make them sound rounder.
- Add more warmth and weight to the whole mix in the mastering process.
- Increase the width of thin and weak synth sounds to have them sound thicker.
Techivation T-Warmer offers four different high quality harmonic saturations designed with the purpose of making your low and mid frequencies warmer and thicker.
The plug-in allows you to apply any of these harmonic saturation makers to a certain frequency range of your sound, from 20Hz to 600Hz, or perhaps your own tailored choice.
Featuring the streamlined interface design that Techivation is known for, T-Warmer will add extra weight to your sounds in just a few seconds.
T-Warmer is excellent for applying both subtle or aggressive effects to any sound it encounters. Depending on your sound source and taste, you can take advantage of both ways.
Our extensive research showed that subtle amounts of T-Warmer effect sound the most effective on sounds with more low frequencies while more aggressive amounts would help on thinner sounds with less low frequencies.
T-Warmer is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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