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PSP VintageWarmer2 - Electronic Delivery – No Longer Available

The award-winning digital simulation of analog-style multi-band compressor/limiter
MFR# VintageWarmer2

Product Description

The PSP VintageWarmer2 is a high-quality digital simulation of an analog-style single or multi-band compressor/limiter. It combines rich, warm analog processing with a straightforward user interface and comes with a comprehensive library of presets. The plug-in processor is highly flexible and can be used for both soft knee compression and brick-wall limiting. This makes it an essential tool for mixing and mastering engineers. Careful attention has been paid to PSP VintageWarmer's overload characteristics with the processor being capable of generating saturation effects typical of analog tape recorders. PSP Vintage Warmer also incorporates professional VU and PPM metering together with accurate overload indicators thereby assuring professional quality results.

The PSP VintageWarmer2 installer contains two versions of the plug-in:
  • PSP VintageWarmer (LE) which is a direct descendant of the original PSP VintageWarmer with its all strengths such as low resource usage and latency
  • PSP VintageWarmer2, the main addition being the FAT double sampling mode for even more analog sounding processing.

We strongly recommend that you use the PSP VintageWarmer (LE) in all multitracking applications except situations where FAT mode is important. The PSP VintageWarmer2 is recommended for mastering purposes and groups or master busses only.

The PSP VintageWarmer2 Features:
  • High quality signal processing algorithms
  • Single or multi-band signal processing
  • FAT (Frequency Authentication Technique) PSP's double sampled processing
  • 64-bit floating point precision
  • Shelf filters for bass and treble frequencies in single-band processing mode
  • Control of bass and treble signal components in multi-band processing mode
  • Accurately calibrated VU and PPM meters with the overload indicators
  • Disengage-able brick-wall limiting
  • Two Release Multiplier ranges for fast or relaxed processing
  • Semi Automated Release mode
  • Up to 192kHz sample rates supported
  • Library of presets

Applications
  • Optimizing the density and average signal levels of recordings during mixing or mastering
  • Shaping the dynamics of recordings during mixing
  • Adding warmth to individual tracks or complete mixes
  • Adding analog tape-style compression to individual tracks or complete mixes

Product Specifications

Condition New
Software Delivery Electronic Delivery
iLok Required No
Plug-in Type Dynamics
Plug-In Format RTAS, AU, VST
Operating System Mac, Windows

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