Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator
Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator

Oxford Transient Modulator, Software transient shaper from Sonnox.

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moosers 15/11/2009

Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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Installing the Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator wasn't hard as it was the same process as most plug-ins out there, which is generally quite easy to follow and understand.  I had the plug-in up and running within a few minutes and didn't have any problems figuring out the interface as it is pretty user friendly.  The plug-in has parameters for gain, threshold, dead band, ratio, overshoot, rise time, recovery, and overdrive.  I don't think that a manual is necessary at all for this plug-in and as long as you understand the purpose of this plug-in, you should be able to figure out how to use it rather quickly.


I am currently running the Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM.  Thus far I haven't had any issues running this plug-in within this configuration, but have to say that I've never had a need to use more than two of these within a single session.  This plug-in won't take up too much processing power and I think that as long as you have a decent system that you can currently run basic plug-ins on, that you won't have trouble running Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator.


While the Sonnox Oxford Transient Modulator plug-in is definitely a unique one, I'm definitely glad to have it around as it is great for tightening up sounds that I might not be 100% happy with.  I don't think that it is a necessary plug-in to have, but if you can afford to have a plug-n that isn't essential but useful, this is definitely worth looking into as it can definitely come in handy often.  The price of the plug-in is definitely reasonable and for this reason it is suitable for both home studio owners and professionals alike.  All in all, this is a great sounding and useful plug-in, but is one that I would only recommend to those looking to bolster a plug-in collection, not start one.