What is clearly noticeable, Klevgränd is one of those developers who tried to developed plugins and iOS apps that have a different but clever concept. His latest project is the WebCassette, a cassette deck emulation for your browser. It allows to import your own tracks and to hear them with the “analog” charm of cassette decks. A cool project in my opinion from the Klevgränd developer where we can maybe expect a plugin or iOS version in a later moment.
What Klevgränd Has To Say About The WebCassette Project
“We’re constantly exploring new areas, trying out new technologies and concepts. Sometimes, even useful stuff comes out. WebCassette is an online cassette deck emulation, and we’re proud as peacocks over the result. Use the Eject button to load your own audio track!”
The developer recommend to use the Google Chrome browser where it works best.
Beside the WebCassette release, the developer also published an update for the Brusfri noise reducer plugin that comes with new features, performance optimizations and bug fixings.
It is very well suited for cleaning up noisy audio recordings, while retaining sound quality. Unlike many other noise reducers on the market, Brusfri doesn’t mess with audio phasing to suppress noise (a technique that often comes with audible side effects). Instead, multiple fine-tuned gates are used to silence unwanted noise.
Changes in Brusfri v1.1.0
- Learn button is now automation-enabled.
- Mix dry/wet parameter.
- Lookahead on/off parameter.
- Small layout mode.
- Performance optimizations.
- Minor fixes.
Brusfri for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is now available for $59.99 USD.
WebCassette is accessible for free in your web browser. Try it here: WebCassette
More information here: Klevgränd