Elysia has announced the release of the plug-in version of its fantastic hardware compressor, the mPressor. It is the first result of a cooperation with Brainworx. According to Elysia, the guys did a tremendous job on translating Ruben's discrete analog circuits into software. This plug-in gives you all the functions and all the character of the famous hardware.
• True Emulation: The compression behavior and the sound character of the hardware have been recreated in a complex process to match the hardware as close as possible.
• Oversampling: In order to achieve the best results also on lower sample rates, the mpressor plug-in uses an increased internal resolution in these cases.
• Mousewheel Support: Setting parameters with the mouse can be annoying - for this reason the controllers of the mpressor can be easily moved with the mouse wheel.
• Auto Fast: Originally developed for the alpha compressor, this switchable semi automation ensures a perfect attack on the basis of the value set by the user.
• Anti Log: This alternative characteristic of the release curve follows an anti-logarithmic course instead of the linear one and produces a much more audible result.
• Negative Ratios: The characteristic curve bends and goes back down. Heavy pumping, backward sounds, etc. - perfect for very cool compression effects.
• Audio Filter: The mpressor plug-in also features another popular function of the hardware version: the easy yet very flexible Niveau Filter.
• External Sidechain: You want to create frequency dependent compression or have it accented by the groove? The sidechain function makes it all possible.
• Gain Reduction Limiter: This novel limiter is not placed in the audio path as usually, but restricts the virtual control voltage of the plug-in instead.
The mPressor plug-in costs €293.28 excl. VAT / €349 incl. German VAT. At the moment there are RTAS/VST/AU versions available for Mac and Windows - TDM needs additional work and will be released a little later.
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