Watch: spiff is an “adaptive transient processor” which aims to make fixing tricky mixing problems easy

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You may have heard of the excellent soothe2, by oeksound, which can work magic on your audio. Where soothe2 focusses on fixing troublesome resonances, spiff is all about transients. It claims to be able to solve problems with vocal recordings, enhance drums tracks and even make a picked guitar sound fingerpicked, by cutting or boosting transients with extreme detail. We tested out some of the features in this short demo video to see what it can do.

spiff is available now and there is a free demo on the oeksound website so you can try it yourself.