- Lifetime License
- No iLok Required
- M1 Native
Techivation T-Exciter is a plug-in designed to bring life and energy to sounds. It helps with brightening up the high frequencies in a very musical and smooth way. It also adds more width to sound without losing its power. Bring your sound to life quickly, and smartly. T-Exciter enhances the sound where EQ alone can’t seem to get it.
Here's what T-Exciter can help you with
Let's hear it in action
There are four effect mode buttons in T-Exciter, and each is designed for a different kind of excitement to add to a sound.
This will make the sounds sharper, making the details more audible.
This mode will add more air to your sound, making it more musical.
This helps to glue sounds together more nicely, and adding overall excitement.
It will bring the sounds more to the front and let them cut through the mix.
This tool allows you to add dramatic or subtle depth and width to your mono, narrow mixes, or audio files by widening your stereo image.
T-Exciter is well optimized for low CPU usage on both Windows and macOS.
Oversampling set at 8X
T-Exciter's oversampling reduces aliasing by running the internal process at a greater sample rate than the host, 8 times faster giving you a better sound quality.
Scale up/down the GUI from 80% to 150% according to your preferences.
Undo and redo options are built inside the plugin, you no longer need to worry about losing setting values.
Compare different options fast and easy to see which might work best.
The "Mix" option controls the mix of the two input and output signals. This feature makes it perfect for parallel processing.
The magical behavior
We still want you to focus on creativity and take more advantage of your time, that’s why the T-Exciter can give you a magical result very quickly.
By just moving the main “Exciter” knob, you will immediately hear its magical power.
Windows 7 and up as 32 / 64-bit VST and VST3, and 64-bit AAX (PT11 and up).
Mac OS X 10.11 (OS X El Capitan) and up as 64bit VST, VST3, and AU, and 64-bit AAX, Intel, and Native M1