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SoundSpot says Ravage Lite is perfect for when you just need a touch of extra warmth and sparkle to the sound. Also, the plugin is simple, intuitive and CPU friendly. The difference between the lite and full forthcoming versions it just one flavour of distortion versus 6. But note the single distortion style found in Ravage Lite is a combination of the 6 distortions found in the big brother. The Ravage Lite also includes up to 16x oversampling.
When you’re striving to get that big & full sound like you hear on commercial releases, often the key ingredient in the mix is distortion.
Distortion adds additional harmonics to a signal, which increases the perceived volume. By increasing the perceived volume, your are able to reduce the peak levels in your mix which translates into more headroom for better masters.
Ravage Lite is a scaled back version of our forthcoming Ravage Creative Distortion plugin, which is perfect for when you just need a touch of extra warmth and sparkle in a highly CPU friendly way.
The Ravage Lite has just one flavour of distortion which is a combination of the 6 distortion styles found in it’s big brother. The Ravage Lite also includes up to 16x oversampling.
The meters on the right side show how much you're effectively boosting.
The amount of dB boosted may be more than indicated when "Drive" is more than 0%
The amount of harmonic distortion / saturation is a product of both boost and drive.
It's easier to tell the difference betweewn the different modes and the "dark" mode if the meters reach about 20-30% or more.
If you have trouble making the meters reach levels as loud as this screenshot, try sending a louder signal into the plugin.
v53: Lowered minimum signal threshold for when EQ algorithm gets enabled, and made steps smaller for boost and frequency.
v52: Signals had to be appx. 20 dB louder than typical use-cases for the Drive parameter to work properly. This is now fixed.
v50: Changed the way the version number is displayed.
v49: First beta that seems to work.
An input drive knob allows to adjust the saturation level. Pop-up menues show the current values of volume, delay-time and feedback knobs. A tab button allowing to adjust the delay time for live sessions.
Delay time up to 4 seconds.
Non linear 6dB Low-Pass filter.
3dB High Pass filter.
Alias free stauration, adjustable with the input drive knob.
Delay x2 for each channel.
Synced delay times (1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1/1, 2/1 and trippled and dotted notes).
Pop-ups show the actual values dB (input drive, dry, wet), ms(delay), 0..2 (feedback)
Led-meter shows the sturation level.
Tab button for delay time.
Midi Learn for all knobs.
The feedback knob is especially optimized for doing infinite delays.