The Burier is a saturation and filter plugin designed for use on a variety of applications. It has a saturation stage, followed by a pair of resonant filters, output attenuation, and dry/wet mixer.
The filters have 12 dB of attenuation per octave. They are IIR (Infinite Impulse Responses) filters with a TPT (topology-preserving transform) structure. Their behavior is based on the analog SVF (state-variable filter) circuit, which is a second-order RC active filter.
Not only can you add it to your guitars, but also it does its job tremendously well on pianos, drums, synths, vocals, and basses. You can go from light overdrive to a hard punchy saturation.
The output control attenuates the level of the processed sound to compensate for the extra level added by the Bury distortion stage.
By activating the link switch, the output gain will be automatically set to compensate for the added level.
The mix control allows the user to blend the wet and dry signal.
It controls the frequency of the -3 dB point for the built-in lo-cut filter.
It controls the frequency of the -3 dB point for the built-in hi-cut filter.
The Burier plugin is distributed in VST3 (Steinberg Virtual Studio Technology 3), AU (macOS Audio Unit), AAX (Avid Audio Extension), and as a standalone application (.exe for Windows and .app for macOS). It is compatible with all the DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) that supports the formats previously mentioned. It supports mono and stereo signals.
Minimum System Requirements
• 4 GB RAM and 4 GB free disk space
• 64-bit operating system
• Windows 10
• macOS 10.11 or later (Intel only, Big Sur not tested yet)
• Intel i3 or later
• AMD Quad-Core (Windows)
• Apple M1 (ARM-based) processors are not tested yet
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