Oeksound's Spiff represents a new take on transient processing, which opens up some intriguing possibilities in mixing and mastering.
I didn't take much persuading to take a look at the second release from Finnish company Oeksound. I'm still a regular user of their first offering Soothe, which is designed to help tame harsh or uneven recordings, and which I summed up in my SOS June 2018 review as "a very clever and powerful mix tool". Spiff is described by its makers as their take on transient control, and offers the user extremely detailed control over the transient content of an audio signal.
There are, of course, plenty of transient processing...
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