Comp76 FET Compressor-Limiter

The Revolutionary Simulation of Legendary Fet Compressor-Limiter. 

Comp76 FET Compressor-Limiter

The revolutionary simulation of legendary fet compressor-limiter beyond the hardware.

  • NEW in v2! Three revisions in one plugin!
  • Built-in Mid-Side Processing
  • Built-in Parallel Compression
  • NEW in v2! Low frequency sensitivity control
  • NEW in v2! Harmonics amount control
  • NEW in v2! Oversample control, including ultra-oversampling mode
  • Hyper-realistic simulation of the original unit thanks to the 4th generation dsp technology
  • Simulation of all transformers in the original unit
  • Emulates the original All-buttons-in mode
  • Low cpu usage (more than 1000 instances on a Macbook Pro Retina)
  • Lots of presets designed in real mixing sessions
  • Scribble Strips: take notes anywhere on the plugin panel
  • Meter Calibration: calibrate the VU meters at 5 different sensibilities

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BEYOND THE ORIGINAL HARDWARE

Comp76 extends the features of the original hardware: it combines the flexibility of the digital world to the sound character of the analog processing.

3 Units in 1
Model Selection

Select between three different revisions: Rev. A (the older and warmer one), Rev. D (the classic "Low Noise" version) and the Rev. F (modern, faster and crisper).

Sidechain and Harmonics
Sidechain Filter

You can tweak a Low Cut filter on the Sidechain to reduce the compressor sensitivity to low frequencies. The amount of harmonic generation can be controlled as well.

Parallel
Parallel Compression

Parallel compression is a powerful mixing technique which helps improve the overall impact of the track while leaving the transients intact. It is achieved by summing the compressor output to the original track

 

 

 

 

 

Built-in Mid-Side Processing

You can separately compress the mono and stereo elements of the track, using different compression settings for each. This gives you complete control of the dynamics: you can squeeze the stereo aspect to tighten the room mics and get an in-your-face drum sound.