Oeksound Soothe2 v1.3.1 Free Download

Oeksound Soothe2 v1.3.1 Free Download

soothe harshness so your EQ doesn’t have to
Remove harshness from any sound source
Manage sibilance in vocals and dialog transparently
Treat uneven tonal balance from suboptimal recordings
Clear muddiness, boominess, and proximity effect

soothe harshness, save time
Soothe2 is a dynamic resonance suppressor. It identifies problematic resonances on the fly and applies matching reduction automatically. This results in a smoother, more balanced sound and saves you from having to notch out frequencies by hand. The reduction only kicks in when and where needed, without affecting nearby frequency areas. This preserves the timbre of the original sound source resulting in a transparent treatment with minimal artifacts.

soothe2 changelog

Released on November 21st 2022
new stereo tutorial
new preset from Jaycen Joshua
improved stability when running multiple instances
various minor bug fixes
Released on May 2nd 2022
macOS: native M1 support
presets (from us, Henkka and Luis Barrera Jr.)
Windows: removed 32-bit versions
minor improvements to the built-in tutorials
certain parameters didn’t change in specific cases when browsing presets
Pro Tools: preset changes weren’t reflected in the preview buffer or in automation with latch mode on
minor visual inconsistency with the delta switch when toggling the band listen mode
canttutthis error on very specific machine setups
various smaller fixes
Released on November 8th 2021
option to lock quality parameters and delta when changing presets
improve Avid control surface mappings
improve idle performance in Bitwig
fix glitch when rendering regions in Reaper
Released on July 14th 2021
Windows only: fixed a crash on certain old Intel processors (i7-3xxx)
Released on May 27th 2021
greatly optimized processing performance on modern CPUs
Big Sur compatibility
bug fixes:
Logic 10.6.2: soothe2 no longer contributes to crashing some Logic projects containing several different iLok-protected plug-ins
EQ nodes jumped to their previous positions after changing presets under certain conditions
Windows + Pro Tools: on some setups projects that had a large amount of soothe2 instances might freeze the DAW’s interface

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