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Oeksound Soothe: The Plugin That Every Audio Engineer and Producer Needs


Oeksound Soothe: A Dynamic Resonance Suppressor Plugin That Can Remove Harshness From Any Sound Source




Have you ever struggled with harsh or unpleasant frequencies in your audio recordings or mixes? Have you ever spent hours trying to notch out resonances by hand with an EQ or a multiband compressor? Have you ever wished there was a plugin that could do the job for you automatically and transparently?




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If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might want to check out Oeksound Soothe, a dynamic resonance suppressor plugin that can remove harshness from any sound source. In this article, we will explain what Oeksound Soothe is, how it works, why you need it, how to download and install it, and how to use it in your mixes. By the end of this article, you will have a better understanding of this amazing plugin and how it can improve your sound quality and workflow.


How Does Oeksound Soothe Work?




Oeksound Soothe is a plugin that analyzes the incoming audio signal and applies matching reduction to problematic resonances on the fly. It acts like a smart EQ that adapts to the frequency spectrum of the sound source and only reduces the frequencies that need to be reduced. This results in a smoother, more balanced sound that preserves the timbre and character of the original source.


Oeksound Soothe has a simple and intuitive interface that lets you control the main features and parameters of the plugin. Here are some of the key elements of the interface:



  • Depth: This controls how much reduction is applied to the resonances. A higher depth means more reduction, while a lower depth means less reduction.



  • Selectivity: This controls how selective the reduction is. A higher selectivity means more narrow-band reduction, while a lower selectivity means more broad-band reduction.



  • Sharpness: This controls how sharp or smooth the reduction curve is. A higher sharpness means more precise reduction, while a lower sharpness means more gentle reduction.



  • Delta: This is a monitoring mode that lets you hear only the difference between the input and output signals. This helps you to fine-tune the settings and hear what is being removed by the plugin.



  • Sidechain: This lets you use an external signal as the trigger for the reduction. This can be useful for de-essing vocals or ducking instruments.



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