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With incredible audio saturation capabilities, the T-Warmer will add weight and warmth to your tracks while keeping them sounding musical.

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Techivation Plugins Compatibility
Compatible with macOS and Windows.Available as VST, VST3, AU, and AAX. - Apple Silicon Chips

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T-Warmer adds pure musical width & warmth to your sound

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Key Features

  • Four different effect modes

    There are four effect modes in T-Warmer. Each one fills up the sound with a unique musical harmonic saturation algorithm.

    Smooth: Applies a more subtle kind of harmonic saturation to the sound.

    Phat: Fills up the sound nicely with musical harmonic saturation making it sound thicker and phatter!

    Warm: Like ‘Phat’, this mode also helps to quickly make things sound thicker but also warmer!

    Hard: Ideal for creating unique aggressive sounds out of soft sounding instruments in a mix.

  • Warmth amount control

    Warmth knob is the major control in T-Warmer. Turning this knob will determine how much warmth, thickness and weight is being added to the sound.

  • Frequency control

    The presence knob lets you set the frequency range you want the effect of T-Warmer applied to. Depending on the sound source, taste, and your purpose of using the plug-in, you can choose from 20Hz to 60Hz to 20Hz to 600Hz using this knob.

  • Oversampling set at 8X

    T-Warmer'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.

  • Scalable graphic user interface

    Scale up/down the GUI from 80% to 150% according to your preferences.

  • Undo/redo options

    Undo and redo options are built inside the plugin, you no longer need to worry about losing setting values.

  • A/B Switch

    Compare different options fast and easy to see which might work best.

  • Dry/wet Mix

    The 'Mix' option controls the mix of the two input and output signals. This feature makes it perfect for parallel processing.

  • Presets

    There are several presets available in T-Warmer, carefully designed for different kinds of sounds. It also allows you to create and save your own custom presets for a faster workflow.

T-Warmer Features

Simple but effective way to fatten up your audio.

— MusicTech Magazine
Adam C Mastering

This is an impressive, easy-to-use tool to enhance and beef up your low end. I really like the Smooth mode for mastering, but there are plenty of options to get wild with it if you really want to add some thickness to your tracks.

Adam C Mastering (Mastering Engineer)
Jake Antelis

T-warmer made everything I put it on sound better. The interface is simple and intuitive to use and easy to improve any song that you’re working on. I highly recommend it.

Jake Antelis (Music Producer - Mixing Engineer)
Marlon Gibbons

I’m a fan of Saturation and Colour, both in the mixing stage but also to sweeten up instruments, especially acoustic. What I love about the T-Warmer (like most of Techivation plugs) is that it works really both as a subtle plug or if you want to get creative and use it to really colour your tracks or mix.

Marlon Gibbons (Mixing Engineer)
Ivo Sotirov

The T-Warmer adds a subtle but very musical effect. Even at extreme settings, it isn’t destroying the source while adding its unique character, much like a high-quality piece of analog gear. A must in every tool box!

Ivo Sotirov (Mixing Engineer)
Matthew Sim

Sometimes you can’t use an EQ to add warmth to sounds if those frequencies don’t exist. That’s when I use the T-Warmer to recreate what’s missing without increasing the volume. To me, it sounds like analog gear but with an adjustable tonal color! Super easy to get a great tone out of it.

Matthew Sim (Music Producer - Mixing Engineer)
Emrah Celik

When I first tried the T-Warmer, I was surprised by the overall tuning of the plugin and its sound. It's really well-tuned, easy to use and works wonders on every channel I throw it in. I had some similar plugins but none of them has that smooth carefully selected saturation and tone T-Warmer has. It literally replaced them easily. Well done!

Emrah Celik (Mixing Engineer)
Ricard Galusi - Sonic Vista

T-Warmer is a very easy plug-in to use that helped me achieve warmth on my productions without the sensation of muddiness. Super useful tool and super quick results!

Ricard Galusi - Sonic Vista (Music Producer - Mixing Engineer)
David - Sonic vista

The T-Warmer, will bring life into your sounds. Whether it's bringing 808s forward, fattening up guitars, bringing warmth to vocals... There is no better tool to achieve such great results in such a short time!

David - Sonic vista (Mixing Engineer)
Eryck Bry

The T-Warmer is a unique plugin that does all the heavy lifting for you. Just set and forget! From gentle saturation to all out distortion, It gives your low-end some girth, weight and character. A very effective tool to have in your mixing toolbox.

Eryck Bry (Mixing Engineer)
Tory G

What ever is going on, within the T-Warmer plugin is nothing short of awesome. Get all the extra Oomph you need in saturation and body, without having to constantly recorrect the tone of your audio - T-Warmer does it for you and it sounds great! Voice of God killer?

Tory G (Music Producer - Mixing Engineer)
Neenah Mixed it

What I love about the T-warmer is how intuitive the plugin is. You can dial it in just enough to add some more weight wherever needed. Or my personal favorite: crank it as a preamp on guitars, bass, or synths!

Neenah Mixed it (Music Producer - Mixing Engineer)
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User reviews

Read what the users say about the T-Warmer on KVR and Gearspace forums, or share your own experience with other creators.

KVR ReviewsGearspace Reviews



7 and up as 64-bit VST and VST3, and 64-bit AAX (PT11 and up).

Mac OS

10.11 (OS X El Capitan) or higher as 64bit VST, VST3, and AU, and 64-bit AAX, Intel, and Apple Silicon Chips

Useful Resources

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