By | April 19th, 2015|VST|

Noisebud has announced the release of Fletchy-Muncher, a new plugin designed to correct bedroom produced tracks by detecting the harshness in mixes.

If you mixed and mastered something at home and excited as a kid on Christmas-eve patiently waiting for the DJ to drop it in the club and when he finally does, with the volume cranked up to 11, it sound like someone hitting a hammer on a anvil and you see people with bleeding ears everywhere, then you might need this…

Fletcher and Munson measured the human ears frequency response on different levels and created an average curve from a test with many subjects. They concluded, roughly speaking, that the mid range is more prominent at lower levels and the response flattens out at higher levels.
At low monitoring levels you will hear the mids clearly but you will miss the high and low-end. That’s why we often see a smile curve on EQ’s and if you listen to a bedroom produced track they almost always have too much low-end and are slightly too bright. All that excessive low- and high-end mask the mid area and when you get rid of that excessive high and low-end you have a mid sharp as a knife. Fletchy-Muncher exaggerate our frequency response and make us aware of the mids even in a badly balanced mix.

Fletchy-Muncher is a free plugin for mastering and mixing purposes. A detailed user guide can be found at Noisebud.

The plugin is available for instant download as VST 32-bit plugin for Windows.

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Fletchy-Muncher free VST plugin