Multiband Compressor Plug-In

Crysonic introduces Inpressa      18/05/12

Multiband Compressor Plug-In


Crysonic has released the first details about their upcoming product INPRESSA. They say that providing Zero Latency, Stereo & Mono compatibility together with a unique proprietary Technology provides flexibility and total creative freedom. A spokesperson told us, "Transcending other similar plugins of it's type, INPRESSA is set to achieve Vintage and Modern sounding professional results on individual busses and the final Master Mix."
Here's the rest of what Crysonic has to say...
INPRESSA has full Double Precision Processing natively which employs very Steep 24 dB/Oct crossover filters virtually eliminating leakage into adjacent compression bands.
All available parameters are variable supporting full automation with extreme precision control. INPRESSA, amongst other unique features automatically chooses the most appropriate peak detection circuit depending on the audio material being worked on previously impossible to do unless you have a countless number and flavor of 'expensive' compressors.
The most noteworthy part of INPRESSA is expressed not only by employing a new state of the art technology but understanding and providing incredibly efficient workflow without crowding the interface with 'most of the time unnecessary' options.
Pricing and Availability:
INPRESSA will be available on the 21st of May 2012 from the crysonic website. More information:

More From: CRYSONIC
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Featured Video
NAMM 2017: Modal Electronics 5 Crafts Together 

We talk to their creator


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Presonus Digital Mixers 

PreSonus unveils third-generation StudioLive Series III consoles


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Range - First Look 

Richard Nichol was on hand to show of the new pieces in the Lifeforms range


NAMM 2017: Tom Oberheim and the New SEM-X 

PLus two classic FX for Eurorack


NAMM 2017: Korg Gadget for Mac 

Korg Gadget gets the desktop treatment


NAMM 2017: Media Overkill WaveRazor From Taiho Yamada 

Synth designer's new software synth


NAMM 2017: New Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Range - First Look 

Richard Nichol was on hand to show of the new pieces in the Lifeforms range