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Harrison Introduces AVA Drum Flow Processing Suite

New plugin designed specifically to improve drum tones, offering six routable processing elements and a master section with input, output, and routing controls.
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Screenshot of the new AVA Drum Flow plugin from Harrison.

Harrison has introduced the new AVA Drum Flow, an “all-in-one” plugin providing a processing suite designed specifically to improve drum tones, offering six routable processing elements and a master section with input, output, and routing controls.

AVA Drum Flow includes:

— Drum Character. An equalizer that detects drum hit transients and allows for the attack and tail sections of the envelope to be EQed individually.

— Expander/Gate. A dynamics processor that can be used as either an expander or gate to tighten your drum sounds and remove bleed from other nearby drum mics.

— Signal Generator. Enhance drum sounds with extra “snap” or “thump” by blending in a gated noise or low-frequency tone.

— Compressor. Harrison’s console compressor with ratio, attack, release, and makeup controls.

— 32C Channel EQ. An emulation of Harrison’s 32C channel strip EQ.

— Filters. High- and low- pass filters with selectable shapes.

— Master Section. Includes controls for routing, polarity, input trim, and output trim.

The AVA Drum Flow is a cross-format plugin provided in the following platforms and formats:

AAX: Mac, Windows
VST3: Mac, Windows
VST: Mac, Windows, Linux
AudioUnit: Mac

U.S. MSRP is $179, with a special introductory price of $89. Go here for more specifics.

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