UVI update Drum Replacer to v1.1 – Adding MIDI features & Ducking

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Wednesday, 14 October 2020
  • Time to read: 1 min.

Drum Replacer v1.1

UVI update Drum Replacer to v1.1, adding MIDI Recording, MIDI Output, Ducking, and numerous feature and UI enhancements, a free update for existing users.​

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Drum Replacer is a realtime, program-adaptive, drum replacement utility giving users feature-rich component separation and triggering with exceptional ease-of-use. Utilizing machine learning-based analysis with realtime separation, Drum Replacer helps you easily remove bleed from drum recordings, replace drums in a mix with your favorite samples or VSTi, add precisely timed sub-bass, layer existing drum sounds, and much more.

Integrating community feedback and feature requests, Drum Replacer now has MIDI recording functionality handily available in the toolbar, simply click to record and when you’re done you can drag-and-drop the MIDI file to your DAW or desktop, as well, MIDI output has been added, allowing to record the trigger output of Drum Replacer directly.

Ducking has been added, positioned adjacent to the dry output fader, allowing you to duck the dry signal on triggers. Attack, release and gain controls are available, along with real-time visual metering of the gain attenuation, allowing you to quickly customize the ducking response to taste. In addition, a number of enhancements have been made throughout, including selective plugin scanning and a more forgiving timeout, tighter trigger timing in some DAWs, dry signal freeze in wave view, and a number of UI improvements.

Pricing and Availability

Drum Replacer 1.1 is a free update, available now on uvi.net or through UVI Portal.

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