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Quiet Art updates Wave Rider to v3 (incl. Pro Tools 11 support)

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Quiet Art Wave Rider

Quiet Art has released version 3.0 of Wave Rider, an automatic volume control, gate, duck and trace effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

Wave Rider v3 brings Pro Tools 11 compatibility with a new 64bit build. As well as making it fit into PT11, we gave the algorithm a once over and addressed the biggest request from our user base: A ratio control for signals that are above the targeted level.

Now the louder signals can be controlled in the same fashion as the quiet signals: Heavy handed or loosely. We also took advantage of a new feature of the PT11 SDK that gave us some look ahead time to play with to smooth out the volume automation even more.

The result is a much more flexible Wave Rider that allows you to take full control of how you want your signal levelled out. The new improved Wave Rider is sure to impress music mixers and post mixers alike.

Wave Rider for Windows and Mac (RTAS/AAX) is available to purchase for $149 USD (sales tax included where applicable). Wave Rider v2 users can upgrade for $25 USD.

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Quiet Art releases Wave Rider v2, updated automatic volume control

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Quiet Art Wave Rider 2

Quiet Art has released version 2 of Wave Rider, a plugin that detects audio signal levels on the inserted channel, and applies Pro Tools fader movements as needed.

Wave Rider is an RTAS plugin. It is a virtual fader controller utility that applies intelligent volume adjustments to the Pro Tools faders to maintain consistent levels, and perform ducking, gating, and automatic mixing duties. It has a vast use in audio post production as well as music recordings.

After almost 2 years since its release, Wave Rider is now available with version 2, with more features.

Changes in Wave Rider 2

  • New averaging mode during Ride function which puts Wave Rider into a 500ms look ahead mode. The resulting gain riding is much more subtler and smoother than the classic mode. This mode is recommended for situations where real time operation is not required. Classic mode is also smoothed with some adjustments.
  • Controls for variable attack and release times for Ducking, and release time for Parking mode. Ducking mode is also improved with ducking range ability to go from 0 db.
  • UI overhaul, channel names update, new default output level (-20dbfs), and the removal of automatable parameters.
  • Wave Rider is now listed under Dynamic type in the Pro Tools plugin listing.

Wave Rider for Mac (RTAS) is available to purchase for $129 USD (includes sales tax where applicable). An upgrade from v1 is available for $25 USD.

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Quiet Art updates Wave Rider to v1.4

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Quiet Art Wave Rider

Quiet Art has released version 1.4 of Wave Rider, a virtual fader controller plugin for Digidesign Pro Tools.

Wave Rider was designed with Post Production mixing needs in mind. The algorithm is tuned to respond best to dialogue recordings: quiet parts are boosted, and loud parts are attenuated to maintain a constant level. However, you might find that it’s quite handy for a multitude of scenarios.

Changes in Wave Rider v1.4

  • Major improvements to Wave Rider’s algorithm. Now, with new low level detection, and the help of “Silence Level” and “Behaviour” sliders, you can dial in the perfect combination that will give you the most natural volume riding.
  • Improved response time. Now, Wave Rider generated automation lags only 40ms rather than 300ms, thanks to the redesign of the MIDI driver.
  • This version of Wave Rider supports iLok authorization.

Wave Rider is available for purchase for Mac OSX 10.x (RTAS) for $85 USD. A 17 day trial version is available for download.

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Quiet Art updates Wave Rider to v1.3.2.6

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Quiet Art Wave Rider

Quiet Art has released version 1.3.2.6 of Wave Rider, a virtual fader controller plugin for Digidesign Pro Tools.

It’s a unique RTAS plugin that detects audio signal level on the inserted channel, and controls the fader movements

Changes in Wave Rider v1.3.2.6

  • MIDI note issue fixed (Wave Rider driver was emitting a stray MIDI note to all applications).
  • In the UI the CHANNEL default selection is set to OFF rather than CHANNEL 1, which makes it more flexible.

Wave Rider is available for Mac OSX for $75 USD. A fully functional 30-day trial version can be downloaded here.

Note: At present Wave Rider is only compatible with computers that run Mac OS X operating system.

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Quiet Art releases Wave Rider

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Quiet Art Wave Rider

Quiet Art has released Wave Rider, a virtual fader controller plugin for Digidesign Pro Tools.

It’s a unique RTAS plugin that detects audio signal level on the inserted channel, and controls the fader movements

Wave Rider features

  • Ride — In this default mode, Wave Rider’s level detecting algorithm automatically raises or lowers the fader level to maintain a user selectable output level by writing volume automation on the timeline. User can then alter the volume automation as needed. Makes maintaining dialnorm levels a breeze!
  • Duck — This function will lower the signal of a target track by a user selectable amount if there’s signal present on the inserted track. Narration and announcements over music as heard on radio channels rely on keyed compressors with poor results, now cooler with Wave Rider.
  • Park — This is a function you’ll find in Automatic Mixer boxes. The faders are parked at a user defined low level when there’s little signal, and they jump up to full output when there’s strong signal present, maintaining a steady output level. Particularly useful in situations where there’s a lot of mics open and you want to have the cleanest signal without much background noise.

Wave Rider is available for Mac OSX for the introductory price of $75 USD. A fully functional 30-day trial version of Wave Rider is available for download here.

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