Drumforge Drumflex v1.0.0 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | March 16, 2021

Drumforge – Drumflex 1.0.0

Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: Drumforge
Developer site: drumforge
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured | R2R
System requirements: An Intel or AMD computer and compatible DAW.
For Pro Tools customers, you must have version 11 or higher. For Cubase customers, you must have version 6.5 or higher.


Description:

Drumforge Drumflex v1.0.0 is a mixing tool designed to finalize your drum mixes in any genre of music. DSP plug-in specially designed for use with drum samples 4 dedicated modes for kick, snare, tom, and drum bus Analog emulated equalizer and compression Tilt EQ for shaping musical tone. Output limiting algorithm for maximum perceived loudness Parallel processing via mixer.

Drumforge Drumflex:

It’s a simple and easy to use an audio plugin that helps finalize your drum mix across any genre. DSP plugin specifically engineered for use with drum samples. 4 specialized modes tailored for kick, snare, toms, and drum bus. Analog emulated EQ and Compression. Tilt EQ for musical “tone” shaping. Output clipping algorithm for maximum perceived volume. Parallel processing via the mix control.

Features:

  • Dominate The Charts: You know that big hit radio drum sound you love? Ever feel like you are just 10% from achieving it, but struggle feeling that it is out of your reach? Drumforge teamed up with a 16 time, #1 top billboard hit mixer (Billy Decker!) to bring you Drumflex, a mixing tool that helps you achieve that extra 10% percent. Give your drum mixes that extra radio polish, no matter the genre, that only the top tier mixers can achieve. Drumforge Drumflex v1.0.0 Full Version Rar
  • Flex Your Drum Sample Library: Drumforge Drumflex v1.0.0 samples are a modern staple in nearly every genre of music from death metal to hip hop. Have you ever loaded up the perfect drum sample in your mix but felt that it just needed some massaging to glue into your track and sound amazing? Mixing engineers usually need to reach for multiple, specialized tools to get that perfect drum mix.
  • More Music, Less Migraines: Imagine you’ve got your mix dialed in. The artist comes back with notes and tells you “it’s almost there, but the drums need to hit harder, cut more, and be fatter… but, don’t change anything else…” You reach for your normal mixing tools and keep throwing your entire mix out of whack.

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