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Noise Gate vs. Expander - Sound Demo on a Drum Beat

Developer Blue Mangoo Software posted this compelling demo to show off how their new Noise Gate app works, and how the Downward Expander makes it genuinely unique.

Video Description:

In this video we demo the Blue Mangoo Noise Gate & Downward Expander plugin for iOS, showing how downward expansion differs from standard gate mode and also explaining the sidechain input filters.

Reader Comments 1

In his example, the high hat-- which was washy-- being dynamically controlled by the kick & snare. That's a useful thing.

Downward expansion can be very useful for things that seem too roomy, or need a little more dynamic range.

Hip tip: if you use downward expansion on multiple bands, this can work as a noise reducer, or a room/reverb reducer.
December 06, 2019  | favorite_border stub

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