Duck v1.3.2 WiN
Team R2R | 24 April 2022 | 8.6 MB
Win64; AAX*, VST3, VST, x64
Ducking, or sidechain compression, is one of the defining effects of modern music. From classic house to modern EDM, tracks by Daft Punk, Noisia and Eric Prydz ooze that pumping, ducking effect. So, whether you’re producing pumping house or broken beats, Duck delivers in seconds. Duck makes it easy to design a custom volume shape that repeats at a speed and depth of your choice, or use one of 58 presets to find new and inspiring effects. As well as sidechain compression Duck is capable of trance-gating, tremolo and any other volume effect you can think of. For more control, enable split band mode and adjust the separate low and high frequency controls. And Duck can be triggered with audio from a sidechain input or by MIDI notes, making it easier than ever for hip-hop and bass music producers.
Why You Need Duck:
– Instant sidechain pumping as soon as you load the plugin
– Cleaner, louder and more exciting mixes
– Choose from 8 preset curves or 58 creative and useful Duck patches
– Draw your own curves and rhythms to use now, or save them later
– Set the overall pump, or apply to low and high bands with adjustable crossover
– Run Duck in Repeat mode, or use sidechained audio or MIDI signals to trigger
– Smoothing control to remove clicks: including super-accurate pre-smoothing algorithm when in LFO mode
– Run on individual tracks, groups or your master bus for different pump effects
– Low CPU usage means you can run Duck on loads of tracks
– Mac and Windows: VST/AU/AAX plugin.
New in version 1.3:
– With Grouping, you can put as many iterations of Duck as you like in up to four groups (A, B, C and D) and edit curve shapes across all Ducks simultaneously.
– Use MIDI Filtering so Duck is only triggered by MIDI notes in set range. This makes it simpler to duck bass to a kick drum that’s part of a larger MIDI drum kit part.
– You can now fine-tune the crossover point between high and low bands with Band Soloing, which helps to audition how the split sounds at different points