PSPaudioware – PSP BussPressor v1.1.0 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | January 29, 2021

PSPaudioware – PSP BussPressor v1.1.0

Year / Release Date: 12.2020
Version: 1.1.0
Developer: PSPaudioware
Developer site: pspaudioware
Format: VST, VST3, AAX
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured
System requirements: Windows x64 (Vista, 7, 8 or 10)

Description: PSPaudioware PSP BussPressor v1.1.0 is a compressor optimized for group processing of channels or processing on the master bus. This is a classic VCA compression sound with a wide range of adjustments. The PSP BussPressor controls allow you to fine-tune the side chain of the high-pass filter or apply parallel compression.

PSP FETpressor is a FET feedback type compressor plug-in. It’s designed to provide accurate, almost instant compression with lots of character. Great for vocals, guitars, bass, drums, and whenever a classic 1970s-style FET compressor is needed. PSP FETpressor contains everything you’d expect from a FET compressor: an internal side chain high pass filter to control amount of low frequency pumping, smoothly adjustable compression ratio, ability to select which channel to process, and a link switch. This compressor also contains a dry signal blend for parallel compression. Additionally PSP FETpressor contains makeup amplifier and output transformer emulations to add subtle character even when set to 1:1 ratio.

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There are a lot of classic hardware emulations out there. Some are great. Some are ok. Some have nice GUI’s with subpar sound. This isn’t the case with PSP BussPressor v1.1.0. It is a spot on SSL Buss Compressor emulation with extra features on it that are very useful. Just check it and then run by and get a demo download!

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