Drumatom is definitely a polarizing plugin. Some people swear by it, others embrace the sound of mic bleed. I can definitely see the use, especially with drum replacement software. Now Plugin Alliance have heard your suggestions and have incorporated major features in the new version.
Drumatom, the world’s first microphone leakage suppression tool for multichannel drum recordings, just got a MAJOR upgrade! The drumatom2 application provides faster analysis (25-50% faster depending on CPU power), algorithm improvements and an improved workflow. This is a free upgrade to all registered users of drumatom!
Perhaps the biggest news however, is the release of the new companion drumatom player plugin, which allows you to adjust the bleed reduction from inside your DAW! The new player plugin imports .dls files, which have been created by the drumatom2 application’s analysis process, so you can control the bleed of each track, as well as the overall bleed, while listening to the rest of your mix! This has been the #1 request of drumatom users and we are thrilled to announce that it’s now here.
The drumatom player plugin requires .dls files created by the drumatom app so you must either have the app, or be working with a studio who delivers tracks to you along with accompanying .dls files. The player plugin gives you the ability to dial in the amount of bleed to taste for each track while listening to the rest of your mix. For some projects you might want more bleed than others to preserve the vibe so being able to adjust bleed in context is quite helpful.
Price: $299.00 (free upgrade for existing users)
The drumatom player supports all major formats (AAX, AU, VST) and is available on Plugin Alliance now for $99.
For more information, visit http://plugin-alliance.com/en/products/accusonus_drumatom_v2.html