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Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112: A Mastering Plugin That Preserves Dynamics and Punch
Mastering is the final stage of audio production that can make or break a mix. It involves applying various processes such as compression, limiting, equalization, and loudness enhancement to achieve a balanced, clear, and loud sound that can compete with other commercial releases. However, mastering can also introduce some unwanted side effects such as loss of dynamics, transient smearing, low-end distortion, and ear fatigue. This is especially true when using conventional peak limiters that reduce the peak level of the mix without taking into account the frequency content and the perceived loudness of the signal.
Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112
That's why Slate Digital created the FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112, a revolutionary mastering plugin that combines an ultra-transparent compressor, a loudness enhancer, and a comprehensive metering panel. The FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112 uses a proprietary process called "Intelligent Transient Preservation" or ITP, which analyzes the input signal and applies saturation or limiting based on the unique frequency content of the mix. This way, it can preserve the original punch and dynamics of the mix while making it louder and more consistent.
Features and Benefits of Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112
The Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112 is a powerful and versatile mastering plugin that can help you achieve professional results in less time and with less hassle. Here are some of its features and benefits:
FG-Comp: The FG-Comp is a transparent compressor that can control the dynamics of the mix without altering its tone or character. It has four modes: Transparent, Loud, Punchy, and Fat. Each mode has a different saturation curve that can add color and warmth to the mix. You can also adjust the threshold, ratio, attack, release, knee, and makeup gain parameters to fine-tune the compression settings.
FG-Level: The FG-Level is a loudness enhancer that can increase the perceived loudness of the mix without reducing its peak level or causing distortion. It uses the ITP algorithm to apply saturation or limiting based on the frequency content of the mix. You can also adjust the gain, ceiling, dynamic perception, lo punch, detail, and constant gain monitoring parameters to optimize the loudness settings.
Metering Panel: The metering panel provides you with useful information about the input and output levels of the mix. It has four meters: RMS level, peak level, dynamic range, and perceived loudness. You can also switch between different metering standards such as K-System, EBU R128, ITU BS.1770-4, etc.
How to Use Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112
The Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112 is easy to use and intuitive. You can use it as a standalone plugin or as part of your DAW workflow. Here are some steps on how to use it:
Load the plugin: Load the Slate Digital FGX Mastering Processor VST RTAS 112 plugin on your master bus or on a separate track.
Select a mode: Select one of the four modes on the FG-Comp module: Transparent, Loud, Punchy, or Fat. This will determine the saturation curve that will be applied to your mix.
Adjust the compression settings: Adjust the threshold, ratio, attack, release, knee, and makeup gain parameters on the FG-Comp module to control the amount and shape of compression.
Adjust the loudness settings: Adjust the gain, ceiling, dynamic perception, lo punch, detail, and constant gain monitoring parameters on the FG-Level module to control the amount and quality of loudness enhancement.
Monitor the levels: Monitor the input and output levels of your mix using the metering panel. You can also switch between different metering standards to check your compliance with different broadcast or streaming platforms.
Bypass or compare: You can bypass or compare your processed mix with your original mix using the bypass or compare buttons on the plugin interface. You can also use automation to create different settings for different sections of your mix.