G Series Master Bus Compressor simulated

US Overloud's Comp G revisits the VCA Master Bus Compressor in a classic British console      25/04/18

Overloud has released the latest product in their new plug-in line, called Gems, dedicated to mixing and mastering. Comp G, is described as the revolutionary simulation of a legendary British VCA Master Bus compressor. They say that Comp G goes beyond the mere simulation of the original unit, by adding features not available in the hardware, like the mid-side processing, the parallel compression and and EQ on the sidechain. A spokesperson told us, "Comp G is the ultimate tool for professional engineers who mix with no compromises."

Features:

    •    Hyper-realistic simulation of the original unit thanks to the 4th generation dsp technology
    •    Built-in Parallel Compression
    •    Built-in Mid-Side Processing
    •    Built-in filters on the Sidechain
    •    Continuous time and ration selection
    •    Low CPU usage: more than 1000 instances on a Macbook Pro Retina
    •    Multilevel undo-redo
    •    A/B Comparison
    •    Scribble Strips: take notes anywhere on the plugin panel
    •    Meter Calibration: calibrate the VU meters at 4 different sensibilities
 

Comp G is available as VST, AudioUnit and AAX plug-ins as well as stand-alone application, 32 and 64 bit for macOS and Windows operating systems.

Pricing and Availability:

Comp G is available at the introductory price of €89 / $89 until May 7th 2018. The list price is €139 / $139.

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