PSP VintageWarmer RELOADED

RTAS version for Mac (OS 8,9 and OS X) available.      21/05/03
PSP VintageWarmer RELOADED
VintageWarmer - turns on the heat

PSP have got a bit of a reputation for their excellent vintage range of plug-ins. At this years MESSE, they were showing some excellent emulations of Lexicons vintage delays (PSP 42 and PSP 84). Until recently their main focus has been developing VST plugins for Mac and PCs, now their attention has turned to RTAS. The first conversion is the Vintage Warmer, their award winning digital simulation of an analog-style, multi band compressor- limiter. It combines warm analog sound with a straightforward user interface, and comes with a rich library of presets. The plug-in processor is highly flexible and can be used for both single and multi-band compression, as well as brick-wall limiting. This makes it an essential tool for mixing and mastering engineers. Careful attention has been paid to PSP Vintage Warmer's overload characteristics with the processor being capable of generating saturation effects typical of analog tape recorders. PSP Vintage Warmer also incorporates professional VU and PPM metering together with accurate overload indicators thereby assuring professional quality results. Features:
  • High quality signal processing algorithms
  • Single or multi-band signal processing
  • Shelf filters for bass and treble frequencies in single-band processing mode
  • Control of bass and treble signal components in multi-band processing mode
  • Accurately calibrated VU and PPM meters with the overload indicators
  • 96kHz and 192kHz compatibility
  • Library of presets Price: 149$ More info:
  • http://www.PSPaudioware.com
    Download links
  • PSP VintageWarmer (demo) RTAS for Mac OS X
  • PSP VintageWarmer (demo) RTAS for Mac OS 8 or 9

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