Hi everyone,

I’m really happy to be back here to share with you what’s next from Tone Projects.

Announcing the UNISUM Mastering Compressor.

Unisum is a modern mastering compressor, based on a novel topology that combines classic analog characteristics with digital flexibility. At its core, Unsium is a wideband compressor driven by a flexible multi-band detector (or “multi-band without multi-band” as one of our beta testers put it), affording you extensive control over the attack and release envelopes as well as the transfer curve.

After a year of development and fine-tuning in collaboration with a team of experienced mastering professionals, Unsium delivers transparent, beautiful, and ultra-flexible compression in a class of its own.

We have built a no-compromise, highly tweakable compressor that allows engineers to nail the sweet-spot every time: Whether you want to add glue or groove, shape the dynamic contours, or solve a challenge in the mix, Unisum helps you achieve your goal with precision and integrity.

  • State of the art compressor algorithm suited for all mastering applications
  • Wideband compression driven by flexible multi-band detector scheme
  • Adjustable RMS and Peak detectors across 3 frequency bands
  • Frequency dependent threshold and ratio
  • Full control over transfer curve with variable knee, GR limit, and linearity parameters
  • Release curve continuously variable from linear to logarithmic
  • Detailed level dependent control over Attack and Release
  • Continuously variable LR/MS channel linking, including controls to filter and limit linking
  • Switchable HYGGE circuit for a warm and thick sound inspired by tubes and transformers
  • Memory Effect for adjustable program dependency
  • Transient Override to adjust attack/release for loud transients
  • Sidechain filtering, Parallel Envelope, Smoothing and more…

Available now!
Format: VST3, AU, AAX for Mac and Windows.
Intro Price: $149 (reg. price $199 from May 1)
Read more: http://www.toneprojects.com/unisum-m...ompressor.html

Beta testers
EDIT: We have now completed testing. Unisum wouldn’t have been possible without the help of an amazing team of beta testers, so a huge thanks to everyone who helped!