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Venom by W.A Production (Plugin Review)

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Venom by W.A Production

$59.00
8.2

Ease of Use

8.0/10

Clean Intuitive Interface

8.5/10

Features

8.0/10

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In some cases, you need more than reverb and delay to polish your audio recordings, which is where Venom by W.A Production comes in…

Venom is a powerful spectral processing plug-in that could reform audio signals into many types of sounds from subtle granular movements to unrecognizable soundscapes. Whether you are a sound designer, musicians, EDM, or afro-beats producers, or anyone who needs to transform their raw audio, you would find Venom useful.

As I always recommend, start with a presets, and walk your way through, let’s see some of the Venom features…

Venom Features

Venom Two-Stage Processing

The way venom work is first capturing and storing the snapshots of the incoming sound, and then applying the audio effects to the signal continuously while creating a feedback, e.g a long reverb tail.

Venom Tools

Venom comes bundled with 7 creative audio effects such as Focus, Feaze, Decay & Damping for the creation of unusual, beautiful sounding ambiances. Mirror, Pitch & Slope to generate experimental spectral transformations. Any combination of these is possible for other unique soundscapes.

Hot-Swappable FX

The interesting thing about Venom is the modularity of the GUI, you can drag an individual effect into the desired position in the processing chain to define the order of effects processing.

Live or Studio

Venom comes with user-controllable parameters for various aspects of spectral resolution that allow you to find the best settings for any environment; in the studio, on the road, or in a live setting.

Bypass Control

The Venom logo acts as a bypass control for the whole plugin and is smoothed to be click and pop free for unhindered A/B testing. Use it to swap between your original audio and the Venom transformations.

Video SneakPeek

Is Venom Worth Using (My View)?

Venom is worth using for non-beginners as it can really enhance your production ability, one thing I love and find interesting is how you can shape sounds creatively, plus automation Venom knobs can add tons of drama to your music.

►Key Features:

  • Spectral freeze and processing
  • Real-time frequency display
  • 7 individual FX: Focus, Feaze, Decay, Damping, Mirror, Pitch & Slope
  • Hot-swappable FX chain
  • Creative Presets for special FX and spectral shaping
  • Click-free bypass control
  • Input, Output level, and Mix controls
  • Full PDF manual and tutorial video

►System Requirements

  • macOS 10.9 and later (64-bit compatible only)
  • Windows 7 and later (64-bit compatible): the plug-in might run on older versions too, but it’s not guaranteed.
  • VST
  • VST3
  • AU
  • AAX

Compatibility (Tested OK On):

  • Ableton Live 10 (and later)
  • Bitwig Studio 2
  • Cubase 10
  • FL Studio 20 (VST, not VST3)
  • Logic Pro X (Mac only)
  • Studio One 3
  • Maschine 2 (and later)
  • Reason
  • Reaper
  • Pro Tools 11 (and later)
  • Max/MSP

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