2 Bob Perry Audio plug-ins
Bob Perry Audio is a young team of developers who introduces two VST 3 audio processing plug-ins, one of which is free.
The first plug-in is a ducker that allows you ton control the gain reduction of your audio tracks, with sidechain support. You can use it to process vocals, clean bass or drums, create pumping effects and more.
Ducker offer input and output gain adjustments between -∞ and 0 dB with meters, attack, hold and release times between 1ms and 2000 ms and gain reduction between 0 dB and -∞.
The VST 3 plug-in for Windows is available for the special introductory price of 19.95 € instead of 29.95 € during a limited time. A Mac version is expected soon.
Here’s a demo video:
The other plug-in is a Gate with three adjustment algorithms (linear, logarithmic and S-Curve) and you also get sidechain support. You can also control the attack, hold and release times between 1ms and 500 ms as well as the gain reduction between 0 dB and -∞.
Gate is also a VST 3 plug-in for Windows, it has been tested on Cubase and Adobe Audition on Mac. Its regular price is 19.95 € but you can download it for free for a limited time.
Discover Bob Perry Audio at www.bobperry-audio.com.
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