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Advanced volume leveling
The HoRNet AutoGain Pro improves on our best seller, the HoRNet AutoGain, it borrows the same effective DSP algorithm adding internal reference, peak detection, reverse gain processing and adjustable minimum and maximum gain. Of course all the feature of the original AutoGain are still there, so the AutoGain Pro is the perfect tool for quickly create volume automations and perfect them at their best.
The AutoGain Pro works using an external reference or an internal one, listens to your signal and tries to keep it at the same level of the reference signal, the way it does it it's up to you, you have many parameters to tweak until it reacts perfectly.
- internal and external reference.
- gate from -60dB to 0dB for main signal when using internal reference.
- independent attack and release for reference and main signals.
- high pass and low pass filters on the reference input.
- reference gain adjustable from -30dB to +30dB.
- peak or RMS processing.
- reverse gain operation.
- "classic" mode works like the original AutoGain.
- can write and read automation.
- independent adjustment of minimum and maximum gain range.
- relative gain range adjustment.
- graphical gain adjustment and reference signal display.
- Mac OS X (>=10.5 Intel only) and Windows support.
- 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
- Audio Units VST2.4, VST3, RTAS and AAX format.
Reviewed By nicksohn
March 29, 2015
When I bought this plugin, It works weirdly. It turned out that there is some issue.
But After some talking via several mail with developer, I got the "works-properly" version.
Thanks, Saverio. His support is pretty good, I think.
Anyway, I tested it.
It works perfectly in good way, and there are so many option so that I can tune my setting.
Simply, I think it is better than any others in the market. (EDIT: Sorry I didn't know there is a rule)
But only price is quiet affordable.
I think i'm going to buy some other plugins from Saverio. Maybe compressor..
anyway.. keep going Hornet.
Reviewed By syndicat
March 29, 2015
HorNet Pro offers some really usable tools for very fair prices / value and offers more flexibility then i.e. WAVES vocal and bass rider.
But for me i just can give 9 points because of lack of AAX64 (Pro Tools 64-bit) which is a industry standard and using the plugin in an adapter like BlueCat is not the same fast workflow as with a native one. So HorNet: PLEASE add AAX64 support in the future - will buy / use some more of your plugs then. ß)
Reviewed By timothys_monster
March 1, 2014
Works pretty well for me! The first time I used AutoGain was on a classical recording because the near placed cembalo mic didn't fit well in the mix. The thing is that I had to increase the volume of that mic more than the mics of the other instruments (strings). So there were a lot of balancing issues between the main stereo mics and the cembalo mic.
I tried using expanders but as I'm not that experienced in using expanders the results were rather frustrating.
So I ended up putting AutoGain on the cembalo track and fed it with the signal of the main M/S-mics. That did the job! The cembalo finally had the same dynamic response as the rest of the instruments.
With this experience in mind I upgraded to the Pro version and am really happy with my decision. I like to feed vocal tracks with a white noise and use the RMS mode with less than 6dB boost/attenuation. And it's nice to have the automation envelope written in my DAW, so I can easily adjust the behaviour afterwards.
I give it a 10/10 because the plugin actually does what the developer promises, because it's very cheap in comparison to the Waves' ones and last but not least because of the frustrating-free copy protection policy :)
Reviewed By throwfirewoodatme
February 3, 2014
Hello all, the only reason I am giving this a 9 is that I have been using the demo version while I wait for my full product license to be "hand delivered via email". The only limitation of the demo is that it mutes out now and again.
This plug is perfect and a serious competitor for the Waves equivalent auto riders. I have side chained a pretty dynamic vocal to an acoustic guitar accompaniment and switched to Peak mode (rather than the default and smooth RMS mode), this thing is transparent as far as I can tell. Levels that vocal out perfectly and smoothly. Not a single concern, gripe or criticism right now.
Except that I need to wait for that "hand delivery" ;)Read more