- Saturation can be disabled when you want to use Satson for trim and metering purposes exclusively.
- Two saturation modes: Normal (subtle distortion, high dynamic range) and Fat (hotter signal, lower dynamic range).
- Satson can be used subtly or aggressively (to distort synths, and virtual or real instruments, for example).
- Filters (both low and high pass) are tuned to sound sweet and pleasant to the ear.
- Activate Satson Buss’ “LOUD” switch to add more “air” to your highs and “punch” to your lows.
- Instances can be “grouped” creating the possibility of affecting all instances by making changes to just one.
- With zero latency, no group delay, and careful optimization for low CPU consumption, Satson allows for a remarkably high number of multiple instances per session.
- Internal 64-bit floating-point double precision.
- Imagine being able to control all Satson instances from a single instance. Imagine the freedom to assign Satson instances into “groups” for simultaneous control of all grouped instances.
- Now, with Satson it’s possible to do just that: Turn on/off saturation, choose Fat or Normal mode, make volume adjustments for a group of instruments, and alter the drive for a group of instances, all from the convenience of one Master Instance.
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