Hey I posted this on another forum but I thought I’d just try and come to the source:
"So I was controlling Stillwell’s Transient Monster plug tonight using (Novation) Automap for the first time, and strangely enough, two new parameters I’d never seen before show up on my SL MKII’s LCD! As far as I can tell they have no presence in the gui, and aren’t mentioned anywhere on Stillwell’s site.
They are “Attack Style” and “Sustain Style” and can be set to either “Old” or “New”. At first I thought they might be leftover parameter titles from features that never got implemented, but they DO produce a (large) effect on the sound. I even tried some simple null testing to make sure it wasn’t just putting the plug into “Oversample” mode or changing the gain, but as far as I can tell that’s not the case.
Upon turning up the Attack Gain, for example, “New” style seems much more pronounced and apparent than the “Old”. It almost sounded like adding reverb or boosting the mids (basically an exaggeration of the original processing) . Unfortunately I’m not experienced enough to describe it better than that, but I’d think others that use this plug must either already know about it or would want to!"