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Sonnox Oxford SuprEsser DS

Sonnox Oxford SuprEsser DS


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Get transparent, precise de-essing in real time with your UA Audio Interface.

Developed by Sonnox for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces, the Oxford SuprEsser DS plug-in gives you transparent, precise linear-phase de-essing with near-zero latency when tracking in real time.

A dynamic, powerful tool, the Oxford SuprEsser DS plug-in's spectral display and intuitive controls makes identifying and surgically eliminating unwanted sibilance or harshness easier than ever.

Now You Can:

Easily apply real-time de-essing from 1 kHz to 20 kHz

Sculpt lead vocals with transparent, precise control of aggressive frequencies

Expertly fine tune any source with Sonnox "mastering‑grade" linear‑phase filters

Quickly tame harshness on vocals, strings, guitars, and more

Take a Listen

Take a Listen
A Dynamic De-esser

A Dynamic De-esser

The Oxford SuprEsser DS plug-in's unique "floating" threshold control follows the dynamics of your vocals in real time, easily de-essing soft passages without affecting louder ones. Using this method, you're able to easily dial out the offending frequencies, while leaving the rest of the vocal untouched.

Precise, Transparent, Versatile

Precise, Transparent, Versatile

With three listen modes (Mix, Inside, Outside) and a clear FFT spectral display, you can easily see and hear where to focus the plug-in’s filters before dialing out problem frequencies, or create a unique filtered special effect by leaving them engaged. There’s also a "Simple" mode for quick fixes and "Advanced" mode for increased functionality and deeper fine-tuning. The Oxford SuprEsser DS plug-in also works on sources besides vocals, letting you easily tame string and finger noise on an acoustic guitar track, or harsh cymbal hits on drums.

Key Features:

Easily set the level-tracking threshold for musical de-essing on loud and soft vocal passages

Interactive spectral analyser helps identify and control unwanted harshness

Near-zero latency with UA Audio Interfaces for precise de-essing while tracking and mixing

Variable-slope linear-phase filters for precise, transparent control

Comprehensive Listen and Effect modes for wide and narrow-band detection and processing

Extensive factory preset collection to get you up and running quickly

Dry/wet mix control for built-in parallel processing

Customer Reviews

Sonnox Oxford SuprEsser DS

Overall Rating

P. Pendlebury

December 10, 2019

New Goto DeEsser

This is my Goto DeEsser from now on. Great all round sound and usability.

P. Montauredes

December 8, 2019

My go to de-esser!

The best I have ever used! It's very precise, and has a great GUI.

J. Janssen

December 5, 2019

My Favorite De-esser bar none.

Currently the de-esser I use. I even use it on materia that I can't fix/tame with other applications.

B. Schumacher

December 4, 2019


Very useful tool. Instabuy

S. Teaca

December 3, 2019

Sonnox Oxford SuprEsser DS

Why I didn't have it before ?Best to cut harsh vocals frequencies

A. Geisler

December 2, 2019

A precise tool for unwanted frequencies

With this tool you can de-ess or duck unwanted frequencies in precise way.
For universal use in every mixdown.

M. Clay

November 23, 2019

A feisty and powerful real time de esser

This is the most obvious and powerful software de esser I have used. It responds very quickly, almost too quickly sometimes and needs a little tempering. I can't imagine the old de essers being able to do what this does to a sound. I am obsessed with the top end because I believe this to be the weakest aspect of digitally produced music. A sweet top end makes or breaks a track. I am still struggling after many years and still not content, but this de esser will help with vocals particularly. I'm determined to stick with software and avoid buying hardware Neve to get the top end smooth. The 3D dynamics and the top end are still the biggest weakness digitally. I believe Uaudio will eventually get to grips with this. If the Apollo can play nice top end mixes and project a 3d image then it can make it too. That is obvious. Keep up the good work, Uaudio.

Sssss! (lol)