by Semantic Audio
3.4 / 5     (8 votes)
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SAFECompressor is a semantic compressor, it can load settings by typing descriptive words.

The SAFE plug-ins are a series of audio plug-ins which allow the user to provide timbral descriptions of the audio they are processing with them. The plug-in then analyses the audio and saves the data to the SAFE server. This data is collected from all the users and analysed to give a general synopsis of what types of sound a given descriptor is used for. All this information can then be used to create a series of `semantic plug-in settings'. Users will be able to load plug-in settings by typing in descriptive words of how they want the audio to sound. The more people who upload descriptors to the server the better the downloaded plug-in settings will get.

The SAFE Project is motivated by the lack of statistically-defined transferable semantic terms in music production and the requirement for more intuitive control of low-level parameters. One of the main outcomes of the project is a suite of DAW plug-ins that allow you to both save and load semantic terms from within the audio production workflow. This means you can now control your audio effect plug-ins using terms that normal human beings can understand! Just type a term (such as warm, bright, etc...) into the text-box, and if we have it on our server, your parameters will be moved around to represent this. Similarly, if you achieve an effect that can be explained in semantic terms, input it into the box and hit save. As the plug-ins are based on the music production community, the more users that input terms, the more representative the effects become for everyone else.
CGP May 10 2021
May 10 2021
Dont work in reaper. Any suggestion?
Silverfoot May 31 2021
May 31 2021
You have to send keyboard input to the effect. Open you FX window and right click the compressor. Then select the option 'Send all keyboard input to plug-in'
Jan Brodníček May 06 2021
May 06 2021
Same here.
Anonymous Apr 27 2021
Apr 27 2021
Same here
Wishgiver Mar 23 2021
Mar 23 2021
Can't get it recognized in Cakewalk tried 64 and 32 any advise
Naturesman Apr 11 2021
Apr 11 2021
Same here
Daniel Jan 03 2021
(5 / 5)
Jan 03 2021
Awesome and analog-like
Alan Nov 30 2020
(4 / 5)
Nov 30 2020
Good clean basic comp, I just never liked this type of comp display, prefer just VU
Negro Ricardo Aug 03 2020
(5 / 5)
Aug 03 2020
Funciona perfectamente en Cakewalk
REAPster Aug 03 2020
Aug 03 2020
Not detected by reaper
ksavHOMErecs Sept 30 2015
(5 / 5)
Sept 30 2015
Works great inside of my sony (64bt) video editor. Thanks <3