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PSPaudioware’s commitment to delivering high quality processors at affordable prices, suitable for professionals and enthusiasts alike, continues to gain recognition and expand its user base through word of mouth, star reviews, in-person tradeshow performances and participation in community forums – and they’re just getting started!
auralControl v1.0.0 : PSP auralControl is an indispensable tool for multi-channel tracking, mixing and mastering. Its purpose is to individually adjust the level, polarity, bandwidth and timing for each individual channel in a multi-channel set.
HertzRider2 v2.0.2A: The PSP HertzRider2 is the successor to the original PSP HertzRider frequency converter. This update has optimized algorithms and added many important new features. The PSP HertzRider 2 was designed to be as simple as possible, consume as few resources as possible, and have very low (and frequency dependent) latency.
Impressor v1.0.1: The PSP Impressor is an incredibly accurate, full-featured, high-precision compressor designed to process entire mixes, busses, or individual tracks. The PSP Impressor emulates the magical characteristics of classic valve and optoelectronic compressors as well as classic modern compressors. The PSP Impressor also features an easily customizable side chain. The side chain filter has a significant impact on the sound and performance of the PSP Impressor. Depending on your sidechain filter settings, the filter also allows you to use the compressor as a de-esser or to reduce the effect of pumping heavy kicks and the like.
Lotary2 v2.1.2: PSP L’otary2 is a high quality rotary speaker emulation. We based our algorithm on two original and legendary models, the Leslie® 122 and Leslie® 147, and spent hundreds of hours perfecting our simulations.
MasterQ2 v2.1.3 : The PSP MasterQ2 can handle sampling rates from 44.1kHz to 768kHz. It offers seven different filters: 12, 24 and 36 dB/octave low and high pass filters; low-shelf and high-shelf filters that can be switched to peak filters; and low-mid, mid-peak, and high-mid peak filters, all with adjustable frequency and Q over a wide range.
Saturator v1.1.1: PSP Saturator emulates how analog devices such as tape recorders and tube circuits heat up and “saturate” your audio material. This is achieved through the addition of harmonics, special filtering and dynamic processing. The PSP Saturator uses three algorithms to emulate these devices and offers eight different shape modes for maximum flexibility from subtle “mojo blending” to outright sound destruction.