Using the Ducking Features of the MSMAX Ensemble by Twisted Tools
In this instalment of our member only video tutorial series, reviews the Side Chain Ducking options that are offered in the new MSMAX ensemble by Twisted Tools.
Welcome to this weeks member-only video tutorial for Reaktor. In this tutorial, Salamanderanagram reviews the Side Chain Ducking options that are offered in the new MSMAX ensemble by Twisted Tools. Ducking, for those who are unfamiliar with the idea, is the ability to lower the level of one signal whenever another signal is present. This technique is often used in radio and advertising where the background music is lowered to give focus to a narrator.
The creative minds at Twisted Tools have released MSMAX. A new Maximizer effect that is built solely for Native Instruments Reaktor. Known for building unique and awesomely creative tools, Twisted Tool’s new MSMAX Maximizer and Mid/Side Utility is no exception to their outstanding line of products. Though a more traditional offering than their usual affair, MSMAX offers a lot of different creative options that can help to create a bunch of different sounds. Whether you are using it for mixing and mastering, or for more experimental usage, MSMAX can add a touch of uniqueness to any sound.
For more information on the MSMAX Ensemble by Twisted Tools, check out TwistedTools.com!