Old Time Compression

PSP release the oldTimer vintage-style compressor plug-in      04/08/09

Old Time Compression


PSP have released oldTimer, which they tell us is a vintage-style compressor designed for track and program compression and limiting. Here's what they have to say about it...
"Our goal in developing this plug-in is to provide a simple compressor that offers an exceptionally musical sound while requiring a minimum of tweaking. This plug-in is not based on any specific hardware, rather it is inspired by vintage circuits and is designed to emulate some favorite characteristics of such compressors. PSP oldTimer is so simple and is easy to use, it's difficult to make it sound bad even at extreme settings! This compressor offers soft and smooth compression in most applications, however it may slightly color the sound with its tube emulation on transients when heavily driven internally by high compression values."
Pricing and Availability:
Until 12th August 2009 you can buy PSP oldTimer at the special introductory price of $59*
Until 21st August 2009 you can buy PSP oldTimer at the special introductory price of $79*
Starting from 22nd August 2009 regular price $99* will be applied.
(*all prices exclude taxes)
You can get PSP oldTimer at an even better price (up to 37% off of the regular price) if you already own any PSP processor plug-ins (more processor plug-ins you have better discount you get). To see your price log-in to your user account.
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