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✔ Separates timing delay from input signal to output.
✔ Allows to adjust duration and power of delays that are used to saturate signal.
✔ Allow to control gain (1-10) and the cutoff frequency in the low and high band.
✔ Allow to use pixel size as time constant and cutoff frequency for the low and high band.
✔ Also allows to use arbitrary waveforms.
✔ It can be used as a standalone plugin or as an effect in your sampler.
✔ Can be used as a master plug in or as an effect in your sampler.
✔ Compatible with the VST 3.x and Audio Units.
TesslaPRO links:

VST3 and AU3 version is shown in the above video. In the video, the author used 5.1.1 version.

In this video, I will demonstrate how to use the RGB sequence pattern to control the speed and saturation of transition effects. So now the black and white is the size of the transition effects and the red is still 100%.

The power is still rising and falling. The level of the curves is fluctuating. So I am stepping through the curves to see which are sending more power back to the transformer (higher on the curves), and then I will turn on the SWD indicator. If the SWD indicator is green, it means that there is still power in the transformer.

After I step through the curves, I expect that the indicator to be green. So I can test the effect on the amplifier. But the indicator is still red, which means that there is no power in the transformer.

So now I turn on the gain control for the amplifier, and on the FET.

The SL signal is still rising and falling. But the signal on the amplifier is weak and will be clipped.

So now that I have a better idea what is going on, let’s look at what the signal looks like.

Finally, I can turn on the SWD indicator. And the indicator is red again. And the the amplifier is clipped. So I know that there is a power loss in the transformer.

I try to adjust the filter on the compressor and the compressor is still clipping. So I can now fully understand what is going on.

So now I

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Long time there was no more a plugin which gets a VST‐A or Audio Units counterpart. TesslaPRO is the first and only saturator which not only controls the output signal level but also the saturation noise. By using the SV2.1 they can independently handle these options.
TesslaPRO features:
— **Auto‐sync** – controls the delay of the signal in relation to the moment when the saturation takes place. The plugin supports a maximum of 5 millisecond delay. It can be positive, which means that the signal should start before the saturation, or negative, which means that the signal starts afterwards.
— **Noise cut** – you can determine the minimum level of noise in the signal at which the effect starts. A value of zero can be used to disable the noise.
— **Trig delay** – if the noise‐cut input has been turned off, the signal duration is checked (at the same time), and then the signal is delayed with this value to the next clock where the clock processing is enabled.
— **Trig shape** – this shape determines how the signal is controlled. With the *square* shape, the signal is only increased, and the maximum value is greater than the current signal value. The *triangle* shape is not sensitive to the signal value but determines a specific threshold. With this shape there is a smooth transition between the enabled and disabled state.
— **Phase** – when the noise‐cut input is used, the signal is delayed with the phase to the next clock.
— **In/Out bus** – you can manage to one or more bus (1–32) at the same time
— **Trig bus** – you can manage to one or more bus (1–32) with the same effect
— **Bus prescaler** – you can manage to one or more bus (1–32) with the same effect
— **Unlimited buses** – when you use unlimited buses, the output signal is always at a level which is half of the current signal level and the envelope becomes much more gentle.
TesslaPRO Options:
— **Bands** – you can define the frequency where the saturation is switched on and off.
— **Shape** – you can define how the signal will be controlled.
— **Noise cut** – you can define the minimum level of noise in the signal at which the effect starts.
— **Trig delay** – delay time

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A new plugin to easily saturate your audio sources. The source may be any sampled audio signal and includes a resonant capacitor circuit which could be used for an audio mixing console.

Transients and peaks are slowly saturated until the user is ready to turn off the saturation, using a programmable tap point. When a tap point is selected, the input signal is disabled and set to the value in the control. For regular input signals, the saturated value is set to 0 when the control is turned off.

A low pass filter shapes the saturation curve so there is no aliasing.

A unique dynamic control which creates a curve that slows the ramp to a stop. The user may adjust the speed of the slow-down and maximum saturation by using the time controls. This allows for delicate fine-tuning of the saturation curve. It is possible to even apply gentle lows and highs to the input signal. The user can use this to change the feel of the saturation by adjusting the dynamic control.

Saturation can be turned on and off quickly by pressing the same key over and over again. This is useful when running on battery power.

Two modes: Off and Slow-down, which control where the saturation starts. The user can select where on the curve the saturation starts. When using the slow-down mode, the voltage is rounded to the nearest clock, so a lot of time work for the accuracy can be saved.

Saturation is always clamped (and clipped). This means that the output is always a value between the user selected start and end values.

A global input, output and saturation settings.

On startup, TesslaPRO will set its own input and output signal levels and will set the resonance and smoothing control to their automatic default values.

For input signals, the signal should be raised to a higher level than the output, so that the slow-down control will work. The user may change the input volume via the global volume control.

TesslaPRO has been designed to work with arbitrary sampled audio. The plugin does not include any reverb, so a mixer is needed to provide reverb signals.

Technical support (email):
For support with questions, requests or problems, please contact Ceren Tugay.

You can make TesslaPRO send you an email every time the plugin has processed an incoming audio signal. An incoming email address can be set in Options > Email and the maximum number of incoming emails can

What’s New in the TesslaPRO?

A Signal Saturator-Enhancer.

Transients and Sustain are effectively boosted.

Adds a control knob (aka sag) to the VST’s waveform to adjust the amount of control you have on the saturation, from very thin low-sag controls (“Transient Boost”) to wide, smooth midsag (“Sustain Boost”).

Voicing is optimized and a compressor is optionally included to give a more natural compression.

Is 64-bit and has full control over the pitch from 0 – 31 semitones.

The plugin has been developed by James Percival from and is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

TesslaPRO Changelog:

Version 1.04:

A bug with reverse transients has been fixed.

Added a feedback sliders for both pitch and gain. The goal is to provide a fairly decent boost for transients.

Added a compressor as an optional extra.

Bug fixed with preset analysis.

Version 1.03:

Fixed a bug where the preset buss could crash the plugin if loaded during playback.

Fixed a bug with reverse transients.

Version 1.02:

Added an optional compressor with a feedback slider. This adds a compressor effect, but no compression. The plugin can be loaded without this effect to work as a conventional trans-saturator.

Fixed a bug with the Buss Preset where it could crash the plugin.

Version 1.01:

Added an optional compressor.

Fixed a bug with a preset reanalysis.

Version 1.0:

Initial Release!

(Try the plugin out, and if you have any suggestions of improvements to make, please email me!)

Apologies for the delay.

I’ve been working flat out on this version of TesslaPRO over the past few months as it’s been the first VST I’ve written.

It’s taken a lot of debugging and refinement to get to this point. I think it’s the best version yet!

TesslaPRO’s 12 Presets in detail

Both the preset and the Buss presets have been designed to be flexible and give you lots of different

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP SP3/Vista/Windows 7 SP1 (32bit/64bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 @ 3GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM (8 GB for 64bit mode)
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 64 MB VRAM
Hard Drive: 7 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card with support for up to 5.1 channel audio
Additional Notes:


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