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  1. Godsson51

    Side-chaining issues

    I’ve been trying to use the sidechaining with mixed results. Using Hornet plug-ins, it seems that the VST2’s work with side-chaining but not the VST3’s (and that’s with Autogain Pro, AGP Mk2, and Hornet VU meter 3). I just recently purchased izotope Neutron 3 and I’m not able to get the VST2’s or VST3’s to recognize the sidechain input even though they clearly have the function. Has anyone had success using sidechaining within the Neutron? Are there any known sidechain issue and fixes for the last version of CbB?
  2. 50% off every plugin and 20% off bundles The sale is valid from February 14th at 10:00 (Italy time) and will last only until February 16th at 15:00. Have a look at the countdown on our site and do not miss the chance to have our latest plugins for half the price! Just go to http://www.hornetplugins.com to get the special prices!
  3. https://www.hornetplugins.com/plugins/hornet-stereoview/ Note: To get the plugin you must share either on Twitter or Facebook. After having shared the page you'll be able to add the plugin to your cart for FREE HoRNet StereoView is a plugin designed to help you visualize the stereo image of your tracks. The design of the plugin is very straightforward and easy to understand since the interface is completely occupied by the “goniometer”: an X-Y graph that displays the intensity of the signal in the stereo field. StereoView allows you to change between two different views: the default, that we call “fireworks” that shows every sample as a straight line starting from the center, and the one we call “abstract” that connect each sample in the stereo field to the next one creating a continuous “wire”. Another useful feature of the interface is the ability to be rescaled at will so you can resize it to fill the right spot on your screen. A goniometer like HoRNet StereoView can be a very handy tool to directly see if your track have any anti-phase issue that may create problems when your track is played in mono, something that happens very often with mobile music listening today.
  4. HoRNet Christmas Sale: 60% off every plugin and 20% off bundles https://www.hornetplugins.com/
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