I was trying to automate the volume of a track with an LFO, but because most volume plugins have really large ranges, the LFO looked like a straight line. It worked, but it was hard to edit. So I made big.little.gain (or BigLittleGain).
This plugin gives you two knobs: coarse gain and fine gain. Coarse is pretty much what you’d expect from a gain plugin, but fine gain gives you a much smaller range, to more easily make precise volume changes. Furthermore each knob has a slider to change the min and max values, so you can more easily match the automation clip to what you think it should look like.
Currently I only have binaries for Windows, but I’ll update the release page with MacOS binaries once I get around to it. The plugin works, but I want to put it through a few more tests before I call it done.
For reference I think I’ve spent total 3-4 hours on it now. That includes v1.0 and now v1.1 after some feedback from a friend. I don’t have anything concrete, but I’d guess most of my time was spent making the UI look like I wanted, the DSP code is dead simple.
Anyways, I hope some people find it useful, and if there are any bugs, please let me know!
EDIT: The name is because I have both a big (coarse) and little (fine) knob, and a play on words with the “big.LITTLE” ARM architecture.