Team R2R | 2022.04.25 | 16.16 MB
Complexer 2 is a multi-stage dynamics processor, featuring three independently controlled dynamics processors, each with a choice of six different modes.
Each of the three processors can be configured as an upward or downward compressor, an upward or downward expander, a limiter, or a gate. Complexer 2 offers four different arrangements for processing: serial/parallel chaining, stereo, mid/side, and multiband.
Complexer 2 is a dynamics powerhouse, letting you take complete control of your track.
Three Processors – Six Modes
Complexer 2 features three independently controlled dynamics processors, each with a choice of six different modes: Upward and downward compressors, upward and downward expanders, a limiter, and a gate.
Each of the three stages can be processed in a variety of different configurations, including parallel chaining, stereo and mid/side, and multiband.
Complexer 2 lets you run the three dynamic processers through a configurable chain. You can have all three in series, or run two in parallel with the third either before or after.
Each of the processors feature a vast amount of control. Along with the familiar attack, hold and release, each processor has an advanced lookahead section to capture peaks ahead of time.
There are also three detection modes: peak, RMS and average. Peak is perfect for limiting, and RMS allows smooth detection – great for compression.
Each processor can also be controlled via an external sidechain.
With Complexer 2, you can run each of the processors in their own adjustable frequency band. Not limited to just compression, you can also do multi-band limiting, expanding, and gating, allowing effects ranging from mixing and mastering applications, to creative effects.
Mid/Side and Stereo
There are two seperate modes specifically for stereo dynamics processing – mid/side, and stereo.
In stereo mode, you can process the left and right channels independently, and in mid/side mode, you can apply different dynamics to the mid or side channels of the audio.