The nvelope plugin is the perfect tool for shaping transients on your DAW. With just a few knobs you're being given the complete control over the attack and sustain characteristics of single instruments or even complex audio material.

The nvelope offers no less than three modes of operation with remarkably broad parameter ranges,  proving to be amazingly flexible in any situation ranging from subtle corrections during mixing up to drastic changes while reshaping all sorts of individual tones.

Classic transient processing, selective flavoring in Dual Band mode, plus a mastering-grade shelf EQ – the nvelope plugin has got it all. It is available for PC and Mac in 32 and 64 bits, supporting AAX Native, AAX DSP, RTAS, AS, VST2.4, VST3, and AU.

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So, the nvelope is a dynamics processor that can change the character of a sound by altering its impulse structure. It gives you direct control over the envelope of a signal by shaping its attack and sustain intensity.

More specifically, a drum set (or individual drums) can be made to sound more aggressive and punchy by accenting the attack, or tones that are already overly aggressive can easily be tamed.

Other useful applications would be on picked or slapped bass, edgy guitar or any kind of piano recording. Generally speaking, the nvelope works optimally on audio signals with a significant/percussive attack structure.

As a balance to the attack shaping, the sustain parameters offer control over room sound and space. An instrument or a reverb tail can sound tighter by reducing its sustain, or can gain more depth/make a signal sound longer by increasing it.

The nvelope is a great tool for shaping individual signals, but it can be an indispensable resource in mixing situations as well, as it effortlessly helps you to bring a sound to the front with more attack and less sustain… or blends it gently into the background by reducing its attack and increasing its sustain.

A unique feature of the nvelope is the enhanced tweakability offered in Dual Band mode. Individual frequency controls for attack and sustain yield excellent processing results without unwanted artifacts, even when utilized on complex material like a summing bus.

As you can imagine, there are many, many possible applications to be discovered...

• Ultimate Flexibility

  Three plugins in one.

• Optimized Processing
  Less artifacts, more fun.

• Auto Gain Function
  Eliminates peaks and distortion.

• Full Range Mode

  Fast & efficient envelope shaping.

• Dual Band Mode

  Enhanced frequency controls.

• EQ Mode

  Alternative high/low shelf equalizer.