Voice-Optimized Compressor

US AudioThing releases Things – Voice in collaboration with Hainbach      24/11/23

Voice-Optimized Compressor


AudioThing tells us that Things – Voice is a simple one-knob "throw it on and it sounds good" compressor for voice-over and vocals. This is what they have to say about it...

Based on our channel strip Dials it gives you everything you need to make your voice loud yet smooth. The compressor is an unusual and complex design from a German 1950 radio broadcast instrument. If you desire to get even closer to that unit's vintage tone, add authentically modded tube gain with the saturation button. For an authoritative bass boost we have added a rather euphonic EQ that excites just the right frequencies. This is the seventh plugin in our ongoing collaboration with Berlin musician and video personality Hainbach.

Things – Voice is available for MAC, PC, and LINUX (VST, VST3, AU, AAX, CLAP, 64-bit only), and also as AUv3 and Standalone.

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at € 9 (Regular price: € 19)

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