Free VST Compressor

Melda Production release MCompressor      08/10/08

Free VST Compressor

Melda Production say that their new Mcompressor provides standard compression with volume maximization and has adjustable compression shape, which gives you power to set custom smoothing or even interesting sound effects.
Key Features
  • Standard and custom compression shape - using user shapes you can easily create various dynamic effects such as expansion, gate or
  • even some extraordinary shapes for rhythmization...
  • Actual source level indication inside the shape graph - you always know what dynamic value you can actually expect on the input and output.
  • Signal maximization - compressors actually lower the signal above treshold. MCompressor can compensate the reduction to ensure, that if the source has reached 0dB, result will too. This is especially useful for mastering, since you want to maximize loudness and use the entire bit resolution.
  • Hard, linear and smooth knee with adjustable size
  • Standard general parameters - input gain, attack and release...
  • Fully automatable (except for the custom shape graph).
  • Global preset management - using a title button you can save your settings, which are shared on the computer, so you can easily access them in another songs.
Pricing and Availability:
The software is totally free of charge for non-commercial purposes. For commercial use you have to donate by purchasing a licence key, which upgrades all free VST plug-ins into a professional version for 30 EUR.
More information:

McDSP Classic Pack HD v4 to v6 Upgrade - Music Production Plug-In Bundle (Download)

Sony ACID Music Studio 10 Upgrade - Music Production Platform (Educational Site-License, Download)

More Videos

BPM 2016: Korg Volca Kick Shakes The Room 

New in the Volca line, moves some air

Dorico Notation Software with Daniel Spreadbury of Steinberg 

Whats new?

Sonic LAB: Behringer DeepMind 12 Review 

The new Behringer Poly - we take a look

Sonic LAB: Lifeforms SV-1 Sounds Extra 

A few patches from the Pittsburgh Modular SV-1