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In a traditional compressor and dynamic EQ the reduction is dependent how much the threshold is passed. It’s great when doing standard compression. A ducker (or booster) doesn’t have ratio (ie. 4:1). The threshold is just a trigger point and the reduction (or the boost) is always constant. The gain (reduction or boost) is reached with time values (attack, hold, release) and offset you’ve set. Ducking is the best option for making room for the low frequencies, like in a traditional kick and bass clashing situation. Laser gives you the most precise tools for controlling the low frequency clashing.

With one license key you can¬†activate up to 2 machines / iLoks for your own use. After redeeming the license, it’s located on your iLok account. Activate / deactivate licenses on different machines (or iLoks) from your iLok central account.

Only 64-bit plugins are supported since it’s been the standard on modern operating systems for many years. Laser is lightweight for your CPU. There’s no need to use external DSP cards for it.

We think it’s easy and reliable for the customer and the developer. Using our own copy protection system wouldn’t change anything in terms of buying, activating, de-activating or transferring licenses. iLok is super easy! You do not need a dongle¬†– Laser can be activated on your machine as well.

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