Year / Date of Issue: 01.2021
Developer: Sound Radix
Developer site: Sound Radix
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
System requirements: Intel Duo 2GHz or faste, 4GB RAM, Microsoft Windows XP or higher
Sound Radix Drum Leveler is a new compressor / expander based on beat definition. Unlike traditional envelopes that sense the input signal and use VCA to apply gain, Drum Leveler uses an advanced algorithm that takes full advantage of the digital domain, giving you unprecedented control over drum dynamics. Drum Leveler is a lightweight yet powerful tool that will help you get tight, energetic grooves, improve clarity and add punch to any percussion performance.
Features of Sound Radix Drum Leveler
- Transparent, beat detection-based simultaneous downward and upward compressor/expander.
- Applies gain to each beat individually to achieve set target level.
- Gain reduction and expansion is transient-accurate to the drum beat for artifacts-free transients reproduction.
- Dual threshold levels allows processing any level range to affect only specific beats within a track such as ghost notes or bleed without affecting other beats.
- Mono, Stereo, Dual Mono and Mid/Side operation modes.
- Easy to use and intuitive user interface.
DOWNWARD & UPWARD COMPRESSION/EXPANSION
DRUM LEVELER will adjust each beat to bring its level closer to the TARGET LEVEL. Loud beats will be attenuated while softer beats will be amplified by the set COMPRESSSION amount. Setting COMPRESSION to a negative value will expand the dynamics of the performance and liven up any groove. Link Here!
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DRUM SEPARATION & BLEED REDUCTION:
Adding the Side-Chain Filter to its unique dynamics action, Sound Radix Drum Leveler can be set to focus on individual drum elements and work its magic only on a selected spectral and dynamic range, leaving other elements of your drums unaltered.
The GATE RANGE control can help reduce unwanted bleed or noise transparently without biting into your sound, keeping the original transients fully intact.