New Version Of Free VST Compressor

Sir Elliot Little releases Black Box Series II      03/02/11

Sir Elliot Little Black Box Series II from Sir Elliot on Vimeo.

Sir Elliot has introduced the Little Black Box Series II compressor plug-in for Windows. Here's what Sir Elliot has to say about it...
Little Black Box Series II offers a new compression circuitry from its predecessor. This enables the compressor to offer more artefacts, which may suitable for the musician who plays Rock Music.
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Degree: 1 to 10
  • Threshold: -1.5 dB to 90 dB
  • Ratio: 1.0 to 20.0:1
  • Attack: 0.002 Milliseconds to 1.3 Seconds
  • Release: 0.012 Milliseconds to 3.5 Seconds
  • Loudness: 0 to 11
  • Dry Mix, Low, Middle, & High controls
  • Roll-off Filters
  • Overload Protection: Overload Protection prevents clipping. Upon engaging the Overload Protection switch, you need not to worry about any overshoots reaching 0 dB.
  • Channel A & Channel B Compression VU Meters
  • Power Consumption: 4.6% (Note: Power Consumption is based on a Pentium 4 single-core 2.8 GHZ computer, using Windows XP (Non Service Pack) operating system, playing a 44.1 kHz wav file.)
Pricing and Availability:
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