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SSL Xpands Complete Subscription

SSL Xpands Complete Subscription
X-Limit

SSL Xpands Complete Subscription

Solid Stage Logic has added three plugins to its Complete Subscription package. Available in several formats including VST2, VST3, AAX and AU, X-Limit can be applied for a range of applications – including recording, mixing, mastering and live sound – as an effective means of increasing the loudness of tracks, busses and masters without clipping. The steering and ducking meters indicate how the limiting process might influence the stereo image of a signal and provides visual feedback on how to minimise stereo degradation while using the channel link control. In addition, the all-in-one waveform and threshold display set a threshold and ceiling against the incoming signal level.

X-Echo
X-Echo

Inspired by the sounds of vintage tape delays from the 1960s and 1970s, the SSL Native X-Echo is available in several formats, including VST2, VST3, AAX and AU. It delivers traditional tape delay effects, including swirling echoes and slap back, in addition to more contemporary creative delay effects found in electronic music. Creative features include four switchable tape heads, classic SSL style saturation, a built-in de-esser, advanced waveform visualisation and a “lo-fi” SSL reverb processor. X-Echo combines tape-style signal degradation and soft compression with classic SSL-style distortion characteristics. Ideal for controlling delay length and build-ups, the plugin also features feedback control, together with “freeze” and “kill” functions. In addition to EQ loop/filtering and SSL Mix Lock, X-Echo also includes a stereo width processor which uses a custom phase shifting technique for controlling the width of delay lines.

DeEss
DeEss

Delivered through SSL’s advanced workflow interface and featuring mid/side processing together with unique signal revitalisation, the next-generation DeEss delivers a range of corrective tools for precision sibilance reduction and high-frequency build-up reduction. In addition to workflow tools including automatic auditioning and a built-in control for rejuvenating de-essed signals that need brightening, DeEss uses a relative threshold algorithm for changing the signal’s input level. DeEss's “split” and “broadband” processing modes provide a variety of filtering options for frequency-specific de-essing that can be blended for balancing the processing.



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