Two Free VST Compressors For Windows

Sir Elliot introduces Little Black Box and LRC-II      13/07/10

Two Free VST Compressors For Windows


Sir Elliot has released two compressors - Little Black Box and LRC-II. Both are VST plug-ins for Windows. Little Black Box is a compressor that offers low dynamics. It is more suited for Rock Music where it is common to use a lot of compression to make things louder than it appears. Little Black Box features
  • Input Level: 0 to 11.
  • Threshold: -1.5 dB to 40 dB.
  • Ratio: 0 to 0.9:1.
  • Attack: 44 Microseconds (Maximum).
  • Release: 1.5 Seconds (Maximum).
  • Loudness: 0 to 11.
  • Squash, Low, Middle, & High controls.
  • Roll-off Filters.

Sir Elliot Little Black Box Bench Test from Sir Elliot on Vimeo.

The LRC-II is a Low Residue Compressor designed for those who do not fancy the artefacts that are common with many compressors. The LRC-II is suited for Jazz, & Dance music. LRC-II features
  • Attack: 505 Milliseconds (Maximum).
  • Release: 0.001 Milliseconds to 5 Seconds.
  • Threshold: -90 dB (Maximum).
  • Ratio: 0.005:1 to 1.120:1 (11.20:1).
  • Loudness: 0 – 8.
  • Prevent Clip: Once enabled, all peaks will not exceed –0.1 dB. Selecting from A to B will bring forth different reactions based on the overall dynamics of the mix.
  • Fixed Delay

Sir Elliot LRC-II Settings from Sir Elliot on Vimeo.

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