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UVI releases Drum Replacer

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UVI releases Drum Replacer

UVI release Drum Replacer, realtime intelligent component separation and triggering, with integrated VSTi hosting, browser, and more, available now with special intro pricing

Paris, May 22nd, 2020 - UVI release Drum Replacer, a realtime, program-adaptive, drum replacement utility giving users feature-rich component separation and triggering with exceptional ease-of-use. Utilizing machine learning-based analysis with realtime separation, Drum Replacer helps you easily remove bleed from drum recordings, replace drums in a mix with your favorite samples or VSTi, add precisely timed sub-bass, layer existing drum sounds, and much more. Drum Replacer is available now at an introductory price of $59 / 59€ through June 30th (regularly $99 / 99€).

Drum Replacer works uniquely by analyzing incoming audio and creating spectral models of each discrete component it hears (up to 5 + 1), feeding only the desired ones through to a customizable trigger detection circuit. With up to 8 internally-hosted audio samples or VSTi, these triggers can be used to generate anything, from replacement drums using your favorite samples or plugins, to creative mixing applications like reinforcing a hit with sub-bass, extracting specific sounds to side-chain other processors, and more. The internal sounds can be triggered in various ways from all-at-once, to more dynamic modes like sequential, and random, allowing you to easily introduce variety.

Setting up new sounds is a breeze thanks to an integrated browser; quickly locate local files and plugins and tag those commonly-used as favorites, then configure your plugins using their native interfaces. Samples can be quickly shaped with an AHD amplitude envelope, fade-in/out handles, and +/- 48 semitone tune control. One-click gain and pitch matching help you maximize correlation and blending with your source material, while the positive and negative time delay and a layered graphical waveform display help you perfectly time your new sounds to the input (even pre-triggering them!).

A large graphical display helps you fine-tune detection, while comprehensive metering of all internal tracks and triggers are visible in both the mixer and edit tabs. Presets can be saved of individual track configurations, or of all 8 tracks. Meanwhile each track has a custom name field to help you mitigate complexity, and ease the process of working with unfamiliar or older projects.

Focused, smart, and easy-to-master - with huge potential for creative mixing and remixing applications - Drum Replacer is a fast and reliable tool in any production environment and for users of any skill level.

Drum Replacer is compatible with current versions of all major DAWs on both Mac and Windows platforms (VST, AU, and AAX). A single license includes 3 activations that can be used on any combination of individual computer systems or iLok keys. A free 15-day trial is available on uvi.net.

Pricing:
Drum Replacer is available immediately at a special introductory price of $59 / 59€ through June 30th, 2020 (regularly $99 / 99€)

Additional information on Drum Replacer is available at:
https://www.uvi.net/drum-replacer
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Old 2 days ago
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Can you load in superior drummer and SSD in the same fashion as Kontakt?
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All the features seem really truly amazing but as someone whose drum sample library is 90% trigger .TCI files I cant justify buying it...

Last edited by The-Zeronaut; 2 days ago at 09:50 PM..
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the fact that you can quickly load in 3rd party/kontakt vst's and hopefully toontracks etc
and also being able to drag in multiple wave files alone is getting my attention!!!
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Can it extract midi out of audio signal??? Kinda Toontrack EZBass
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I'll definitely demo it,but if the source separation i have heard thus far is anything to go by,i wont hold my breath
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All the features seem really truly amazing but as someone who´s drum sample library is 90% trigger .TCI files I cant justify buying it...
Exactly the same thing for me. If this plugin was able to load tci files it would has been an instant buy
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All the features seem really truly amazing but as someone whose drum sample library is 90% trigger .TCI files I cant justify buying it...
I guess you could you get around that problem by loading Trigger into one of Drum Replacer's plugin slots. Not sure that's a good idea, though – there's a chance the space-time continuum will implode.
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Well I did try it out, and not a good experience. Strange from UVI as their stuff is usually rock solid.

1.Tried it in Studio One 4 and crazy CPU usage, I know this isn't an exact science but Trigger 2 uses about 3% in the DAW meter whereas Drum Replacer used 22% without anything loaded !!!

2. Tried it in Cubase 10.5 and the plugin scanned as a 32 bit and was blacklisted, re engaged it and Cubase hard crashed.

Sorry UVI at this point I just deleted it as I am busy ATM. Maybe others experiences may vary but I was looking forward to the VST loading feature
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i tried to get it to work in Maschine last nite. No luck. I think you need to load each wave file in a group into the channel in the plugin and then tweak it that way. Maybe would work better in a DAW and Kontact. Will try again. I was hoping to discover what exactly the "AI" component of the plugin does.
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Well I did try it out, and not a good experience. Strange from UVI as their stuff is usually rock solid.

1.Tried it in Studio One 4 and crazy CPU usage, I know this isn't an exact science but Trigger 2 uses about 3% in the DAW meter whereas Drum Replacer used 22% without anything loaded !!!

2. Tried it in Cubase 10.5 and the plugin scanned as a 32 bit and was blacklisted, re engaged it and Cubase hard crashed.

Sorry UVI at this point I just deleted it as I am busy ATM. Maybe others experiences may vary but I was looking forward to the VST loading feature
Exactly the same things here..
I got it to work only in Logic.
They have to address shortly this thing with the vst version otherwise the trial period will go to the trash
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Well I did try it out, and not a good experience. Strange from UVI as their stuff is usually rock solid.

1.Tried it in Studio One 4 and crazy CPU usage, I know this isn't an exact science but Trigger 2 uses about 3% in the DAW meter whereas Drum Replacer used 22% without anything loaded !!!

2. Tried it in Cubase 10.5 and the plugin scanned as a 32 bit and was blacklisted, re engaged it and Cubase hard crashed.

Sorry UVI at this point I just deleted it as I am busy ATM. Maybe others experiences may vary but I was looking forward to the VST loading feature
There's no mystery.its using machine learning to achieve source separation.that's always going to eat CPU.i guess its not an offline process in this (no rendering period)and its running in realtime or close to it.i could imagine that could be pretty costly
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There's no mystery.its using machine learning to achieve source separation.that's always going to eat CPU.i guess its not an offline process in this (no rendering period)and its running in realtime or close to it.i could imagine that could be pretty costly
If thats the case its really not much use as a drum replacer as you would normally use multiples, I will stress though it read the high CPU when it was doing nothing, the track wasn't running and no samples were loaded. I was testing it on a final mix to see how it would compare to Trigger 2 on the snare track, pressed play and instant overload, so maybe it used even more than the 22% when idle.
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There's no mystery.its using machine learning to achieve source separation.that's always going to eat CPU.i guess its not an offline process in this (no rendering period)and its running in realtime or close to it.i could imagine that could be pretty costly
i though it just uses CPU when you click the "learn" button and have the program start analyzing the drum sequence. I guess thats the AI portion they are talking about in the marketing). But it only does that for 15 or 30 secs, then it turns off. That was my understanding of it. I don't how it compares to other similar programs.
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i though it just uses CPU when you click the "learn" button and have the program start analyzing the drum sequence. I guess thats the AI portion they are talking about in the marketing). But it only does that for 15 or 30 secs, then it turns off. That was my understanding of it. I don't how it compares to other similar programs.

Even though that should be the case i ran into a similar issue with Regroover when i demoed that a while back.the source separation detection was offline(required rendering and analysing)but the CPU hit was the same so i just assumed the algorithm was just constantly running in the background, but doesnt spit out the result until you tell it to
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