Comprehensive Compression

Algorithmix release LP SplitComp Linear-Phase Split Compressor VST plug-in      15/05/09
Comprehensive Compression


Algorithmix have released the second in their Chromium series, the LP SplitComp Linear-Phase Split Compressor which they describe as a creative dynamic tool with unparalleled transparency and sound purity combining the best of both the analog and digital worlds.
Features
  • High-resolution linear-phase split filters allowing perfect band reconstruction after processing: low-cut, high-cut, band-pass, band-cut
  • Different modes: full-band, split-band, full-band parallel, selective parallel
  • Smoothly tunable between compressor and limiter character
  • Adjustable soft knee
  • Intelligent auto-release
  • Side-Chain EQ
  • Parameterized soft clipper
  • Reliable operation with up to 384 kHz sampling frequency, thus perfectly suitable for high-resolution DSD post-production
  • Oversampling to avoid unwanted alias-frequencies typical in digital compressors
  • All internal calculations in double floating-point accuracy (80 bits)
  • Exact parameter editing via numerical fields
  • Three fast accessible presets for quick setup comparison
  • Several instances can be simultaneously opened
  • Complete setup exchange among simultaneously opened instances
Pricing and Availability:
€1490 More information:
  • algorithmix.com More From: ALGORITHMIX
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    Ashley Smith    Said...

    Granted their plugins are good, they don't really warrent such a high price tag IMHO. And I can't understand why they haven't tapped the Mac OSX market yet? Come on guys/gals port your plugins please.

    :o)

    15-May-09 02:43 PM


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