Three useful tips that you can use with HoRNet AutoGain Pro to help you with your mixes and productions
HoRNet AutoGain Pro is one of our best sellers and a really useful tool in many ways. Here we teach you three tips for this audio plugin.
The first and obvious usage of HoRNet AutoGain Pro is for vocal automation, you can avoid making the boring automation needed to male the vocal sit perfectly in the mix simply following these steps (of course the exact instructions varies from DAW to DAW but this is the general principle):
When you need your voice overs to have a constant level and you want them to sound natural and not compressed, you can try the HoRNet AutoGain Pro with the reference set to “internal”. In this working mode the plugin uses an internal generator to create a constant reference level (that you can adjust with the “gain/level” knob. With the processing set to internal and the detector in RMS mode you are actually forcing the plugin to try to maintain the average level to the specified value with the “gain/level” knob.
As always with vocal processing you should keep the attack and release time to around 300 – 500 milliseconds.
With AutoGain Pro you can adjust your bass tracks dynamics and then feed the bass compressor with a more manageable track. If your bass player played some notes too soft and other too loud we can fix them using the plugin with the following settings:
These are just three simple tips that you can use to improve your productions using AutoGain Pro, do you have some more? Just le us know in the comments here below!