New Mastering Compressor From PSP

PSP MasterComp by      15/08/05

New Mastering Compressor From PSP

Buying Choices
PSP MasterComp is a high fidelity stereo dynamics processor (plug-in in VST/DirectX/RTAS format for PC; Mac version in development). Its double-precision (64-bit floating point) and double-sampled (FAT - Frequency Authentication Technique) processing offers transparency even at extreme compression settings and high sample rates. It includes a wide range of controls that make it an exceptionally versatile tool for mastering compression and expansion, as well as bus processing during mixing. Features
  • Extremely transparent compression thanks to double precision (64-bit floating point) and double-sampled (FAT mode) algorithms
  • Low distortion thanks to MasterComp’s precise level detector, which includes an optional automatic attack and release time adjustment
  • Wide range of controls
  • Over-threshold compression and expansion
  • Advanced side chain filtering, channel linking and compression tilting capabilities
  • Mix control allows you to blend processed and clean signal
  • MasterComp includes a high quality brick wall output limiter with automatic release time
  • Advanced PPM/VU meters with textual readings and adjustable parameters Suggested Applications
  • Controlling or revitalizing the dynamics of a final mix during Mastering.
  • Controlling or revitalizing dynamics of main tracks, groups and entire mix during mixing. Suggested requirements for PC
  • Windows XP or Windows 2000
  • VST, DirectX or RTAS compatible host application
  • 512 MB RAM
  • P4 2GHz or PM 1.6GHz
  • High Color S-VGA, 1024x768 PSP MasterComp costs 389$ in the bundle with PSP VintageWarmer and PSP MasterQ and 249$ when sold separately
    Upgrade offers for current users of VintageWarmer and MasterQ available (up to 60% off)


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