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Duende V3 - Amazon Web Services
Duende V3
User’s Guide
Duende V3. This is SSL.
Contents
1. Introduction
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2. Duende V3 System Requirements
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3. Duende Classice & Mini Software & Hardware
Installation
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4. Duende PCI-e Software & Hardware
Installation
5. Operational Overview
6. EQ & Dynamics Channel Strip
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6.1 Introduction
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6.2 Input Section
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6.3 Filter Section
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6.4 Equaliser Section
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6.5 Dynamics Section
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6.6 Advanced Signal Routing Options
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5.1 Duende Preferences/Control Panel
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5.2 Upgrade Options
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5.3. Resource Management
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5.4 Guidelines for Plug-in Delay Compensation
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7. Duende Support
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1. Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of Duende V3 – the SSL processing solution for your audio workstation.
In 2005, we decided to embark on a technology project to figure out how we could take the processing power of a
console and squeeze it into a 1U rack, so we could serve up the SSL sound to home and project studio owners who
don’t have the budget (or the floor space!) required to install a large-format console.
Drawing on our unique understanding of audio processing and years of DSP know-how, our team of engineers set
about creating the SSL processing solution for your DAW environment. We knew we needed serious DSP horsepower
to accommodate our powerful algorithms, and we knew it had to come in a package that could integrate seamlessly
with the most popular workstations… And so Duende was born.
Duende V3’s new Hybrid Core Processing engine combines all of the advantages of dedicated DSP with your computers
CPU processing power. This brings with it significant advantages, including higher plug-in counts, lower latency and
the opportunity for us to utilise more complex audio algorithms.
Duende is currently available in two form factors: Duende Mini and Duende PCIe. The discontinued Duende Classic
is still supported by V3 software. Duende offers complete integration into the most popular workstation environments
with one simple FireWire or PCIe connection. The different processing blocks appear as VST/AU/RTAS plug-ins – and
include an authentic SSL channel strip with filters, E and G series EQ and dynamics processing.
We hope you will enjoy mixing your music with Duende.
For product news and software updates please register at www.solidstatelogic.com/duende
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2. Duende V3 System Requirements
Windows/PC
Apple Macintosh
• Intel Core2 or equivalent, 2GHz or higher
• Intel Mac 1.8GHz or higher
• 2GB RAM
• 2GB RAM
• Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher or Windows Vista
– only 32 bit versions are supported
• Mac OS X 10.5.6 or higher
• 80MB of free hard disk space
• Approved RTAS or VST compatible host application
• Duende Classic or Mini: one available Firewire port
(1394A/400Mbit) – for details on compatible firewire
cards please visit: www.solidstatelogic.com/duende
• Duende PCIe: 1x or higher PCIe slot
• 17" or larger colour monitor with screen resolution of
1024 x 768 or higher recommended
• Internet Connection (for product registration and to
download software updates)
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• 60MB of free hard disk space
• Audio Units, RTAS or VST compatible host application
• Duende Classic or Mini: one available Firewire port
(1394A/400Mbit) – for details on compatible firewire
cards please visit: www.solidstatelogic.com/duende
• Duende PCIe: 1x or higher PCIe slot
• 17" or larger colour monitor with screen resolution of
1024 x 768 or higher recommended
• Internet Connection (for product registration and to
download software updates)
3. Duende Classice & Mini Software & Hardware Installation
PC
Mac
1. Insert the Duende installation CD in to your CD drive
1. Ensure that both Duende and your computer are
powered down
2. Navigate to your CD drive
3. Launch the Duende installer by double clicking the
Duende installer icon
2. Connect IEEE1394/Firewire
3. Connect Power to Duende (if required)
4. Follow the installation instructions on the screen
4. Switch Computer On
5. Connect IEEE 1394 Firewire Cable
5. Switch Duende On
6. Connect Power to Duende (if required)
6. Insert the Duende installation CD in to your CD drive
7. Switch Duende On
7. Click the Duende icon to view the CD content
8. After the Duende installer has installed all of the
required software on your computer, click ‘Finish’ to
quit the installer
8. Launch the Duende installer by double clicking the
Duende Installer icon
9. Follow the installation instructions on screen
10. After the Duende installer has installed all of the
required software on your computer, click ‘Finish Up’ to
quit the installer
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4. Duende PCI-e Software & Hardware Installation
PC
Mac
1. Power down the computer and remove the power lead
1. Power down the computer and remove the power lead
2. Remove the cover(s) to gain access to the PCIe sockets
2. Remove the cover(s) to gain access to the PCIe sockets
3. Locate a free PCIe socket and ensure that the rear
panel blanking plate is removed
3. Locate a free PCIe socket and ensure that the rear
panel blanking plate is removed
4. Plug your Duende PCIe card into the PCIe socket and
secure the mounting bracket to the computer case
4. Plug your Duende PCIe card into the PCIe socket and
secure the mounting bracket to the computer case
5. Re-fit the cover(s) to the computer and re-connect the
power lead
5. Re-fit the cover(s) to the computer and re-connect the
power lead
6. Switch the computer on. The A d d N e w H a r d w a r e
W i z a r d should appear. Ignore this; do not press
N e x t and do not press C a n c e l
7. Insert the Duende Installation CD in your CD/DVD drive
8. Double click the CD icon to view the CD content. If
Autorun is enabled this will happen automatically
9. Double click the SSL Duende Setup icon
10. Follow the on-screen instructions, making sure to attend
to the A d d H a r d w a r e W i z a r d when prompted
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6. Switch the computer on
7. Insert the Duende installation CD in your CD/DVD drive
8. Double click the CD icon to view the CD content
9. Launch the Duende Installer by double clicking the
Duende Installer icon
10. Follow the on-screen instructions
5. Operational Overview
Once your Duende hardware and software has been properly installed, Duende plug-ins are accessed and used just
like any host-based plug-in. You can run Duende plug-ins simultaneously with your other plug-ins in any combination.
Below are the locations of Duende plug-ins in common audio applications:
Logic:
Audio Units > SSL
Cubase/Nuendo:
Solid State Logic
Pro Tools:
Wrapped Plug-ins
Duende plug-in parameters are changed by dragging, rotating or clicking knobs and buttons, whose behaviour varies
slightly depending on which software is being used to host the plug-ins. Generally the further away the mouse pointer
is from the knob, the more resolution is available for parameter adjustment.
When the mouse cursor is hovered over a knob it’s value is displayed in the appropriate units. At any point you can
see exactly what value a knob has without touching it. If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, the wheel can also
be used to change the knob position.
Windows
OS X
To reset a knob to its default value hold ‘Ctrl + click’
on that knob.
To reset a knob to its default value hold ‘Command +
click’ on that knob.
For very fine adjustment, hold ‘Shift’ whilst dragging.
For very fine adjustment, hold ‘Shift’ whilst dragging.
Every Duende plug-in parameter can be automated so long as parameter automation is supported by the host
application. The method for recording and editing automation varies from host to host. For specific instructions on
using automation with the host consult the host application documentation.
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5.1 Duende Preferences/Control Panel
The Duende Preferences/Control Panel shows information about your Duende(s) such as serial number (Authentication ID),
firmware version and driver version. It also displays resource information and allows you to easily see how many
processing units are in use on each Duende.
Windows
The panel can be found in ‘Start Menu > Programs > Solid
State Logic > Duende’ or in the Windows control panel.
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OS X
The panel can be found by navigating to ‘ >
System Preferences > SSL Duende’.
5.2 Upgrade Options
Duende V3 software features various upgrade options which are either bundled with the hardware or purchased
separately from the SSL webshop: www.solidstatelogic.com/store The upgrades include various plug-in licenses and
channel count upgrades.
Upgrade options are accessed from the Preferences/Control Panel by pressing the ‘U p g r a d e ’ button. Here you will
see a list of plug-in and channel count options, each displaying their status. To unlock a plug-in or enable a channel
count upgrade, press the appropriate ‘U n l o c k ’ button and enter the unlock code. The option will then be permanently
enabled in the Duende hardware so it will work on any computer system on which the software is installed.
Windows
OS X
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5.3. Resource Management
Host Computer Limitations
Duende V3 software uses Hybrid Core Processing
technology which means the total quantity of plug-ins you
are able to run is based on both the amount and type of
Duende hardware along with the power of the host CPU.
The total quantity of Duende plug-ins that can be run on
any one system is dependent on both these factors.
The amount of host CPU power used by Duende plug-ins
depends on a number of factors:
Duende Hardware Limitations
As Duende processing unit availability is based partly on
sample rate, so is the host CPU usage – higher sample
rates will generally use twice as much host CPU resources.
Each Duende plug-in supports up to 64bit 96kHz
operation and Duende V3 features a unit based
processing resource system. Each Duende can have up to
128 processing units, where 1 mono Channel Strip at
44.1/48kHz occupies 1 processing unit. A stereo Channel
Strip takes 2 processing units and these figures are
doubled for 88.2 or 96kHz operation.
For example, host computer power permitting, you would
be able to run 32 Stereo Channels and 32 Stereo Bus
Compressors at 44.1/48kHz, or 16 of each at 88.2/96kHz
on 1 fully expanded 128 unit Duende.
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• Processing power of the host computer
• Type of Duende plug-in loaded
• Hardware buffer size
5.4 Guidelines for Plug-in Delay Compensation
Duende V3 plug-ins exhibit far lower latencies values
than their predecessors. The latency of a Duende V3
plug-in is only limited by the amount of look ahead delay,
if any, that each particular plug-in features. For example,
the Bus Compressor plug-in has a look ahead of 4
samples, where as the Channel Strip does not have any.
Duende V3 plug-ins are useable on ‘live’ inputs, as the
latency they introduce is small. This means you could
realistically monitor a live signal through your DAW with
a Duende Channel plug-in inserted on the recording
channel, providing the host buffer size is kept low.
On playback most host applications automatically
compensate for this latency by simply turning on the
Plug-in Delay Compensation (PDC) or similar, usually
found in the application preferences. Some hosts even
provide full plug-in delay compensation throughout the
entire signal path, including sends, groups, and buses.
The location of the settings for the PDC option within
some common host applications is as follows:
PDC
Steinberg Cubase 4
Steinberg Cubase SX 2 & 3
Steinberg Nuendo 2, 3 & 4
Logic Pro 7.1 or higher
Digital Performer 4.5 & higher
Pro Tools HD 7 or higher
Ableton Live 5 or higher
Cakewalk Sonar 5 or higher
No PDC
Final Cut Pro
Soundtracks Pro
Garageband
Pro Tools LE and
M-Powered
Cubase + Nuendo
Always on unless the ‘Constrain Delay Compensation’
feature is used to disable delay compensation on
individual plug-ins: ‘Devices Menu > Plug-in Information
> Use Delay Compensation’
Logic
‘Preferences > Audio > General’
Digital Performer
‘Setup menu > Configure Audio System > Configure
Studio Settings...’
Ableton Live!
‘Options > Delay Compensation’
Important: Delay compensation is fully
automatic and requires no user intervention
when Duende plug-ins are used in hosts that
support full Plug-in Delay Compensation.
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Depending on the host application implementation, the
delay compensation feature may not provide automatic
compensation when Duende plug-ins are inserted on
sends, groups, or buses. In this situation, the solution is
to manually compensate for the plug-ins.
To find out the latency introduced on a particular track by
Duende plug-ins, go to the channel in the mixer and
‘Command/Ctrl+Click’ twice in the green text below the
fader (normally showing vol). The value shown (dly) is the
latency introduced on that track in samples.
These explanations of delay compensation apply primarily
to playback only.
Now load the ‘Digidesign Time Adjuster Long’ plug-in on,
for example, a track with no Duende plug-ins. Double click
on the delay box and type in the latency value of the track
that has the most Duende plug-ins. The track with the
most Duende plug-ins and the track with none will now be
perfectly in sync on playback. Any tracks that have a
smaller latency than the maximum must also be delayed
but by a smaller amount (ie. tracks with 1 Duende plugin where the maximum has 3).
Compensating for latency in Pro Tools LE and M-Powered
Because Pro Tools LE and M-Powered do not feature PDC
it must be done manually when plug-ins are used. Due to
the Hybrid Core Processing technology of Duende V3, a
small latency is introduced which will delay any audio
track, aux input, master fader or instrument track by a
specific amount. Tracks that use no Duende plug-ins or
fewer than the track with the most Duende plug-ins will
need to be delayed so that all tracks are in time. Because
this latency is reported by Pro Tools it is easily
compensated for.
The track with the most Duende plug-ins will introduce
the most latency, those with 1 or 2 plug-ins will introduce
less and those with no Duende plug-ins will introduce no
latency (providing other plug-ins that introduce latency
are not used).
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The delay value for these will be maximum latency minus
the latency reported by that track. Pro Tools HD users
have the luxury of being able to use Automatic Delay
Compensation, as opposed to the manual method
required in Pro Tools LE and M-Powered.
6. EQ & Dynamics Channel Strip
6.1 Introduction
The Duende EQ and Dynamics Channel Strip plug-in is based on the EQ and compressor sections of the XL 9000 K
Series console. SSL were the first mixing console manufacturer to feature dynamics and EQ on every channel on an
in-line console with the SL 4000 B Series in 1977. The plug-in includes separate high and low pass filters, a four band
parametric equalizer, an independent compressor/limiter and gate/expander as well as input and output gain
adjustment knobs and a phase invert button. Let’s have a closer look at each section in detail.
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6.2 Input Section
Using Filters
Gain: Controls the level of the incoming audio signal.
DYN SC: The Filters are switched into the sidechain of the
Dynamics section. The Equaliser can be switched into the
sidechain independently. Note that DYN S/C overrides the
INPUT function (see below).
Ø (Phase Reverse): Reverses the phase of the incoming
input signal.
Also present in the input section is a 6 segment meter.
6.3 Filter Section
The Filter section includes a 12dB/Octave low pass filter
and an 18dB/Octave high pass filter. The low pass filter
operates from 3kHz to 22kHz and the high pass filter
operates from 20Hz to 500Hz. In addition, each filter has
an OUT position which bypasses the filter. There are three
positions where the Filter section can be placed: after the
equalizer, before the equalizer or in the sidechain of the
dynamics section. When no buttons in the Filter section
are pressed, the filters are placed after the Equalizer
section. With the INPUT button pressed, the filters are
placed before the Equalizer section. When the DYN S/C
button is pressed, the filters are switched into the
sidechain of the Dynamics section. The term/process
‘sidechain’ will be discussed in greater detail in the
overview of the Dynamics section.
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INPUT: Moves the Filters to place them immediately after
the Channel Input section. This allows the Filters to be
used to clean up signals before compressing them.
Selecting Dynamics ‘PRE EQ’ will allow the compressed
signal to be EQ’d.
HPF
LPF
∆t
∆t
Freq Hz
Freq kHz
INPUT
acw
18bB/Oct
acw
12dB/Oct
OUTPUT
6.4 Equaliser Section
Freq Hz
E
±dB
±dB
Freq kHz
Q
±dB
Freq kHz
BELL
±dB
Freq kHz
BELL
LF
INPUT
Q
LMF
HMF
HF
OUTPUT
Operation
The equalizer included with the Duende EQ and Dynamics Channel Strip plug-in is a four band parametric EQ with
filters. Based on the XL 9000 K Series EQ circuit, this plug-in includes two distinct EQ curves, one based on the SSL
G Series EQ and another based on the latest version of SSL’s classic E Series EQ.
The G series EQ bandwidth varies with applied gain and so increases the selectivity of the EQ. This EQ type generally
works best at moderate settings, particularly on instruments or vocals as a gentle, corrective EQ. The E Series EQ is
the ‘Black Knob’ circuit, which has a constant-bandwidth at all gains. This means that it can be particularly useful for
‘surgery EQ tasks’ as it offers relatively narrow Q at relatively low gains.
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Note – at full boost or cut both curves are identical. The plug-in includes high and low frequency shelving equalizers
(which can be switched to peaking curves via the BELL button) and two overlapping equalizers with adjustable Q.
• LF: Operates over a frequency range of 40Hz to 600Hz and is capable of up to 16.5dB of cut or boost. Selecting
BELL in this mode switches the equaliser to a peaking curve.
• LMF: Operates over a frequency range of 200Hz to 2kHz and is capable of ±20dB of gain with a continuously
variable Q from 0.5 to 2.5.
• HMF: Operates over a frequency range of 600Hz to 7kHz and is capable of ±20dB of gain with a continuously
variable Q from 0.5 to 2.5.
• HF: Operates over a frequency range of 1.5kHz to 22kHz and is capable of up to ±20dB of cut or boost. Selecting
BELL in this mode switches the equaliser to a peaking curve.
By default, the Duende EQ is set to the G Series EQ curve. The G Series shelving curves have a degree of
overshoot/undershoot (depending on whether you are boosting or cutting) below the selected HF frequency or above
the selected LF frequency. At any Q setting, the bandwidth of the HMF and LMF sections varies with gain, whereby
an increase in boost or cut increases the selectivity of the EQ. This type of EQ can sound effective when used at
moderate settings; the gentle Q curve lends itself to the application of overall EQ on combined sources and subtle
corrective adjustments to instruments and vocals.
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25.0
Channel Equaliser Curves
Amplitude (dBr) v Frequency (Hz)
'E type'
20.0
Amplitude (dBr) v Frequency (Hz)
'E type'
'G type'
15.0
Both
10.0
10.0
5.0
5.0
0.0
0.0
-5.0
-5.0
-10.0
-10.0
-20.0
-20.0
-15.0
-15.0
-25.0
Channel Equaliser Curves
20.0
'G type"
15.0
25.0
20
100
1k
10k
100k
When the EQ is switched to ‘E’ operation (by pressing
the “E” button in the GUI), the bandwidth of the HMF
and LMF sections remains constant at all gains, so at
lower gains the EQ curves are comparatively narrower
for a given Q setting. This is particularly useful for
drums, since relatively high Q is available at low gain
settings. However, it is not so suitable for overall EQ or
subtle corrections, as you need to adjust the Q to
maintain the same effect when the gain is changed the
‘E’ curve could be described as more aggressive.
-25.0
10
100
1k
10k
20k
There are three buttons associated with this section of
the plug-in.
• EQ IN: Switches the EQ section into circuit.
• E: Switches the EQ from ‘G’ operation to ‘E’ operation
– see above.
• DYN SC: Switches the EQ section into the sidechain
of the Dynamics section. The Filter Section can be
switched independently of the EQ section. If both
Filter and EQ sections are assigned to the dynamic
sidechain the EQ section precedes the Filter.
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6.5 Dynamics Section
The Dynamics section comprises a Compressor/Limiter and an Expander/Gate. Both sections work independently, but
can be operational at the same time, providing sophisticated control of signal levels. The Filter and/or the Equaliser
section can be assigned to the Dynamics sidechain allowing for advanced processes like de-essing etc. The Dynamics
section has a few routing buttons ssociated with it.
GAIN CONTROL
INPUT
OUTPUT
dB
RELEASE
DYN IN: Switches the Dynamics
section into the signal path, post
EQ.
PRE EQ: Switches the Dynamics
section pre the EQ section (but
post the Filter section if the Filter
INPUT switch is pressed).
FAST
ATT
THRESHOLD
GAIN
REDUCTION
RATIO
PK
AMG
SIDE
CHAIN
INPUT
RMS
DETECT
EXP
ATTACK
PK
SLOW
ATTACK
LINEAR
OVER EASY
DEFEAT
COMPRESSOR
THRESHOLD
HOLD
RELEASE
EXP
∆t
RANGE
GAIN
REDUCTION
FAST
ATT
EXP
ATTACK
dB
GATE/EXPANDER
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Compressor/Limiter Introduction
The Channel Compressor/Limiter section has a number of key features including a variable compression ratio from 1:1
to ∞:1, a variable threshold from –20dB to +10dB, auto sensing attack time (or selectable 1ms attack time), and a
variable release from 0.1 to 4 seconds.
The Compressor/Limiter has two modes of signal detection, Peak and RMS. As their names suggest these modes of
detection either act on peaks of the incoming signals or on their RMS or average levels. This gives two very different
modes of compression and limiting with Peak Mode giving far more dramatic compression characteristics.
Detailed Parameter Description
RATIO: When turned to 1:1, the Compressor/Limiter section is inactive. Turning the control clockwise increases the
compression ratio to give a true limiter at the fully clockwise position. The compressor normally has an ‘over-easy’
characteristic. Selecting PK changes this to peak sensing, and replaces the ‘over-easy’ characteristic with a hard knee,
providing an alternative for some instruments.
THRESHOLD: Whenever a signal exceeds the level set by this control, the compressor will start to act at the ratio set
by the RATIO control. This control also provides automatic make-up gain, so as you lower the threshold and introduce
more compression, the output level is increased, maintaining a steady output level regardless of the amount
of compression.
RELEASE: Sets the time constant (speed) with which the compressor returns to normal gain settings once the signal
has passed its maximum.
FAST ATT: Provides a fast attack time (3mS for 20dB gain reduction). When off the attack time is program dependent
(3mS to 30mS). The yellow and red indicators, on the bottom of the compression meter, indicate the amount of gain
reduction (compression).
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Expander/Gate Introduction
The Expander/Gate section contains a number of useful features including a variable range from 0 to 40dB, a variable
threshold from –30dB to +10dB, a fixed attack time (switchable to Fast Attack of 100µs), a variable hold time from
0 to 4 seconds and a variable release time from 0.1 to 4 seconds.
The sidechain signal is sourced from the signal feeding the Dynamics section and the Filters and/or Equaliser can be
inserted in this sidechain. The green indicators on the Gate meter show the amount of gain reduction on the Expander/Gate.
By default, the Expander/Gate section functions as an ∞:1 gate. When the EXP button is pressed, the section becomes
a 2:1 expander.
Detailed Parameter Description
RANGE: Determines the depth of gating or expansion. When turned fully anticlockwise (Range = 0), this section is
inactive. When turned fully clockwise, a range of 40dB can be obtained.
THRESHOLD: A variable hysteresis is incorporated in the threshold circuitry. For any given ‘open’ setting, the
Expander/Gate will have a lower ‘close’ threshold. The hysteresis value is increased as the threshold is lowered. This
is very useful in music recording as it allows instruments to decay below the open threshold before gating or expansion
takes place.
RELEASE: This determines the time constant (speed), variable from 0.1 to 4 seconds, at which the Expander/Gate
reduces the signal level once it has passed below the threshold. Note that this control interacts with the RANGE control.
FAST ATT: Provides a fast attack time (100µs per 40db). When off, a controlled linear attack time of 1.5ms per 40dB
is selected. The attack time is the time taken for the Expander/Gate to ‘recover’ once the signal level is above the
threshold. When gating signals with a steep rising edge, such as drums, a slow attack may effectively mask the initial
‘Thwack’, so you should be aware of this when selecting the appropriate attack time.
HOLD: Determines the time after the signal has decayed below the threshold before the gate closes. Variable from
0 to 4 seconds. (Note that when the Dynamics section is not in circuit, the sidechain input is also bypassed.)
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Output Section
The Output section consists of a 20dB output gain control, and a 6-segment meter.
S/C LISTEN: Pressing the S/C LISTEN switch routes the sidechain directly to the output, so you can monitor the
sidechain signal.
BYPASS ALL: Engaging this button will bypass all channel processing whilst still routing the signal through Duende.
This avoids the time shift which occurs when a ‘hard’ bypass is done using the default DAW control, allowing for easier
A/B comparison between processed and unprocessed signals.
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6.6 Advanced Signal Routing Options
Channel Processing Order
There are two switches that control the order of the signal processing elements. These are the INPUT switch in the
Filter section and the PRE EQ switch in the Dynamics section. The table below shows the effect of these:
Switch 1
Switch 2
Filters to INPUT
Dynamics PRE EQ
Filters to INPUT
Dynamics PRE EQ
Processing Order
Equaliser
Filters
Dynamics
Filters
Equaliser
Dynamics
Dynamics
Equaliser
Filters
Filters
Dynamics
Equaliser
Side Chain Processing Order
The EQ and filter sections can be assigned to the Dynamics sidechain using the DYN S/C switches in the respective
sections. The table below shows the sidechain source and processing for the various combinations of these:
Switch 1
Switch 2
SC Source
Sidechain Processing order
Dynamics Input
EQ to Dyn S/C
Dynamics Input
Equaliser
Filters to Dyn S/C
Dynamics Input
Filters
Dynamics Input
Equaliser
EQ to Dyn S/C
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Filters to Dyn S/C
Filters
7. Duende Support
Support FAQs
To access the latest support information on Duende,
please visit our online support site:
www.solidstatelogic.com/support
The information there is kept up to date by our support
staff to make sure all information is accurate. All
information is available to you 24/7. If you can’t find your
answer or a solution to your issue, you can submit a
question via the site to our support staff for resolution.
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