The Saturation Knob is a modeled output distortion that can be used anywhere you need some grit. Use it to fatten up bass lines, add some harmonics and shimmer to vocals, or simply destroy your drum loop.
The three modes, Keep High, Neutral and Keep Low give you three kinds of characters of distortion. If you want to squash a drum loop but keep the bass drum fairly intact, you can for example use the Keep Low mode.
Since the Pro Tools 11 debut, our development partners have embraced the next-generation 64-bit AAX (Avid Audio eXtensions) plug-in format, porting over their plug-in catalogs at a rapid rate. Softube, a company that strives to deliver the most accurate emulations of vintage hardware from Tube-Tech, Summit, Trident, Tonelux, and more, led the way in the initial AAX 32-bit adoption, and continues to do so with its latest 64-bit plug-in releases.
Experience AAX for yourself — get Softube’s Saturation Knob plug-in free by completing the form, and add some analog warmth to your tracks (includes both 64-bit AAX DSP and Native versions for Pro Tools 11 and 32-bit AAX versions for Pro Tools 10).
Why upgrade to Pro Tools 11?
- All-new Avid Audio Engine—Get multiple times more processing power than ever before
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