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• Since 0.14.0 (VST2 Plugin), a handy little plugin that let’s you « unDUCK » your sound (and turn it into pure noise!)
• Made with love and passion by me, probably the best VST I made so far (and I made a lot)
• No automation, no access to envelope, no modulation, no compression/limiter, no nothing. Just simple noise, and a total noise control.
• 3 unique settings for 3 different noise frequency ranges: Mid, High and Base.
• Middle range is suitable for making bass drums, top-end range for making cymbals, and the base range is for noises that you usually wouldn’t want.
• Ideal for non-percussive sounds: music, vocal, synth, ambient, you name it!
• Can be used as a gate, as a compressor (with low-pass filter), as a limiter, as a compressor / limiter, as a filter, as a reverb.
• Made with virtual synthesizers (iZotope’s RX, Ultramax and the new upcoming Verb), as well as being usable with all VST, hardware or DAW-based plugins, on both PC and Mac.
• Has a GUI that is intuitive, easy to use and looks very « future proof ».
• Suitable for both CPU-based plugins and low-latency plugins, as it will run on lower CPU’s.
• Works with external sound files or with live performance input
The unDUCK software sounds like its name suggests: It makes sounds that are loud and buzzing, and you can’t possibly hear them at the same time as the sounds you’re processing. Even when your workstation is running at top performance, or the signal-processing has nowhere to run to, the unDUCK software still manages to make those unwanted sounds.
THE NOISE PROCESS
If you’d take a look at the unDUCK screenshots and icons above, you’ll notice that I use orange and green a lot.
Orange means that something is raw, untamed, and it’s always full-featured and powerful.
Green means that something is processed to a T, or it’s totally beautiful and trimmed down, or it’s under-the-hood and complex.
The unDUCK software is perfect for those who have a hard time dealing with noise, since it will make noise right out of your sound
Based on the ‘colon-decimal-backslash’ keyboard macro-character sequence that has been in use at’slip.ac.uk’ for decades, this VST plugin has been created to provide a useful and efficient tool to generate a large range of distorted and complex sounds.
With its basic implementation of low-pass and high-pass filters and a noise component, this VST plug-in can be used as a sound-processing tool.
But the first thing to say about KEYMACRO is that it is NOT a gate or a ducker.
The ‘Zoogster’ is an absolutely unique utility, being the first program that can cause a real-time and very accurate simulation of a Malamute Dog. This is achieved by utilizing a very advanced program called ‘SQ3’ and ‘Neat’.
What ‘SQ3’ is – is a very powerful, fast and accurate Real-time Scripting & Timing tool, which can be used for a wide range of tasks, including very precise timing and monitoring of audio.
‘Neat’ is an unique and very powerful’sound-tweak’ tool that has a huge range of effects, which can be applied to any audio clip, be it a song, a tune, a background noise or anything else.
The ‘Zoogster’ includes a wide range of features, including:
. real-time sound-gating (with or without delay, with and without expansion, etc..).
. ‘Event-driven’ operation (with ‘On-off’ and ‘On-on’ commands).
. rapid automation (can be triggered with mouse, keyboard and midi).
. full MIDI automation.
. MIDI Control Change support.
. synchronized start and stop.
. adjustable delays (ms).
. adjustable volume (dB).
I think this is a good start, but there are still some problems. Most importantly, you’re using the now obsolete VST Plugin API 2.0. VST Plugins need to be built against version 2.0 of the API. However, the Nuendo plugin format is based on version 1.5 of the VST 2.0 API. Nuendo plugins also have a few other differences. This may or may not affect your plugin’s compatibility with Nuendo.
Your documentation isn’t very good. I’ve only found one example of a key
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The KEYMACRO Plugin is designed to provide a flexible and fast solution for increasing the sustain of any sound by mapping the sustain pedal to a volume envelope.
The plug in works with any sound, allowing you to be creative and take advantage of the innovative features.
Examples of sounds where a user might use the KEYMACRO Plugin include piano, kick drum, snare drum, bass, guitar, strings, bass, flute and horn.
The Keymacro Plugin can also be used for more conventional sounds such as drums, guitar amp, electric piano, organ and others.
Approx. Duration: 5 s
The ‘theoretical’ value of -5dB is the level of attenuation at which the sound loses about 50% of its initial level after the sustain pedal has been depressed.
Here is a simple guide to use the KEYMACRO Plugin:
Use the ‘0’ pad to reduce the volume of the sound before using the pedal. The result is usually an upward curve in the volume. This means that the sound is reduced as the pedal is depressed.
Use the ‘+’ pad to increase the volume of the sound after using the pedal. This usually results in a downward curve in the volume. This means that the sound is increased as the pedal is depressed.
Use the ‘-‘ pad to reduce the volume of the sound immediately after releasing the pedal. This usually results in a downward curve in the volume. This means that the sound is increased as the pedal is released.
Some of the presets:
If you use a sustain pedal as a gate the results can be ‘interesting’. It is as if the gate is being set to a narrower width, allowing the underlying sound to be heard.
The following table shows some of the presets.
The gate preset; (1)1 and (2)2 are used on the 1 and 2 pads; (1)3 and (2)4 are used on the 3 and 4 pads.
The input to the plugin. Normally this would be the sound before the gate is activated.
The output from the plugin. This is the result of the plugin being applied to the original sound.
If your pedal is equipped with a secondary foot-switch and you want to use it as a gate then the following presets are for you:
The gate preset;
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From a patented ducker to a new type of gate. The unDUCK uses the attenuation of the low-frequency section of a VST’s filter to lower the noise-floor of the part of the sound that is affected by the ducking effect. If the noise-floor is lowered, you will hear a clearer, crisper sound of the affected part of the sound. This has a direct effect on the use of such sounds in film- or game-audio production. However, the nature of the altered sound may create some problems. The unDUCK is able to cut or raise the noise-floor of a sound up to about half its original volume, so you have to be careful when using it in critical sound environments. A sound that was ducked prior to the unDUCK is not affected.
Download and install the unDUCK VST plugin, the included installation disk and the manual (English).
The unDUCK is able to cut or raise the noise-floor of a sound up to about half its original volume. The cut or raise is applied by changing the levels of the low-frequency section of a VST’s lowpass filter. The ratio of the cut or raise is defined by the resonance of the lowpass filter, i.e., the lower the resonance is, the more the unDUCK will lower the noise-floor. When the noise-floor is lowered, the affected part of the sound is made clearer and crisper. When the noise-floor is raised, the affected part of the sound is masked by noise, but is still audible, just at a lower volume. Therefore the unDUCK is most effective when used on sound that is normally very loud, but has a very quiet low-frequency section. The unDUCK works by altering the filter-curve. The figure below shows the filter-curve of a typical VST filter before and after the unDUCK has been applied to the filter.
The unDUCK is not a true gate, or ducker, but it is useful for ducking low-frequency sounds, just as a typical ducker is.
The unDUCK is only able to affect sounds in the immediate vicinity of the one for which it is being used. The unDUCK requires that a sound use the same filter as the one it is being applied to. The unDUCK also requires a sound that is ducked prior to its use.
Sample unDUCKed sound (one second)
The unDUCK is a VST plugin for Windows. It is free and open-source.
Version 2.0, with crossfader and panning functionality, is now available!
System Requirements For UnDUCK:
OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon II X2, 3.4 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 40 GB available space
Video: Pixel Shader 3.0 or higher
Internet: Broadband connection
Processor: Intel Core i5, AMD