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Features

Advanced Transient Detection

DSP Trigger's innovative and intelligent input section gives you the tools to obtain optimum transient detection. With its detailed visual feedback and powerful controls, getting DSP Trigger to perform is a breeze.

Whether you let the auto-calibration control do all the work or get your hands dirty with the manual controls, DSP Trigger's advanced input section ensures that every drum pad will enjoy fast, accurate and dynamic triggering.

Velocity Curve Shaping

VSTi drum samplers have revolutionized the e-drumming world by providing users with unprecedented detail and level of control. DSP continues the revolution by bringing that same level of control to the production of MIDI. It gives you controls to adjust the minimum and maximum velocities as well as the shape of the curve moving from the min to the max. DSP Trigger's easy to use and powerful velocity curve controls allow you to quickly and easily adjust the responsiveness and feel of your pads.

Positional Sensing

You don't need a high-end module nor a high-end drum pad to get positional sensing anymore. With its advanced software based position detection system, DSP Trigger is able to extract positional information from just about any mesh pad. With its cutting edge positional detection, even the ubiquitous Roland PD8-X which is described as "not capable of positional sensing" becomes endowed with this functionality that is reserved for only the highest of high-end modules.

Drum Replacement

While originally designed to be a VST drum brain, the evolution of DSP Trigger has made it an invaluable tool for drum replacement professionals. With its state of the art transient detection and release algorithms, even the fastest of rolls are accurately and faithfully captured with all the dynamics and subtleties of the original source.
Furthermore, with its advanced crosstalk cancellation controls, bleed from other kit pieces is filtered out and prevented from causing false triggers. Have a look in the video section to see a video of DSP Trigger detecting side-stick articulations in a snare track that is littered with bleed from a kick drum and hi-hat.

Clip Compensation

Clip Compensation allows DSP Trigger to reconstruct clipped waveforms to restore their dynamics. In an ideal world, we would never have to contend with clipped signals, but sometimes they are unavoidable.

One of these situations arises when you plug a commercial drum pad into an audio input with insufficent dynamic range. The input signal from the pad gets clipped resulting in a loss of dynamics. Clip Compensation detects and restores these clipped peaks, effectively extending the dynamic range of the audio interface.

Similarly Clip Compensation can also be used for drum replacement to restore the dynamics of a poorly recorded drum track.

Auto MIDI Routing

Whether you're using DSP Trigger to trigger multiple drum pads or using it to replace multiple drum tracks, you'll definitely appreciate DSP Trigger's auto MIDI routing. This feature brings together all the MIDI from multiple instances and outputs it by a single instance of the plugin saving you time and energy.

Connected Instances

The Instance Selector allows you to view, select, and control all your instances of DSP Trigger from a single window. This dramatically improves workflow as you no longer need to click around your project opening and closing windows to find the track you want to work with.

Easy on your CPU

DSP Trigger's advanced transient detection makes efficient use of system resources. This means that you'll have no problem running one or multiple instances at extremely low latencies.


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