Activate the Rider feature and apply real-time, automated gain control to the input signal by clicking the
You can access extra Rider controls by clicking the
Speed controls the rate at which the effect is applied, and
Amount controls the amount of gain compensation.
Floor determines the input level below which the Rider will remain inactive, which is particularly useful when you have background noise which you want The Spirit to ignore. This value is indicated by a red line which appears on the volume meter when you engage the
Gain dial allows you to control the amount of input gain. The yellow band shows how much gain is being reduced or added in real time by the Rider feature.
The yellow volume meter displays the level of signal as affected by the Rider and Gain dial, with the yellow target area representing where Louis aims to have his input level landing.
This controls the amount of compression applied to the input signal. Louis Bell’s default setting sits at the default position at the center of the dial, with the range running from -50 up to +50.
Focus dial encompasses much of the EQ processing that makes up Louis’ signature vocal treatment. With his preferred setting found at the center of the dial, use this to affect the amount of Louis’ vocal-specific EQ curves being applied to the signal, between the values of -50 to +50.
EQ strip is made up of two EQ controls for the high & low frequencies of the signal. Each dial controls the gain of a shelving filter for their respective frequency band. Add or reduce air and sibilance from vocals using the
High control, as well as warmth and body using the
The Doubler effect adds a chorus-like effect that resembles vocal doubling. Spread the voices in the stereo field with the
Stereo dial, and adjust the overall intensity of the effect with the
The Reverb section is intended to add space and atmosphere to your vocals. It comes with room & plate settings, with a high-cut filter control to trim sibilant sounds from the wet signal and a
Mix dial to blend dry and wet signals.
Displays the output level at the end of the signal chain, with a
Gain control to make final trims or boosts to the volume.