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112dB has announced that Big Blue Compressor, a tube-modeling compressor, is now available.

Big Blue Compressor is a modern compressor with vintage qualities. "Although it can sound transparent whenever necessary, it was designed to give character and warmth to your sound," the company says. Features include variable hard/soft knee, and dry/wet mix, but also additions such as stereo narrowing or widening, mid/side operation, adjustable latency, and a separate preamp section.

 

Features:

  • Tube-compressor-style dynamic saturation.
  • Separate preamp section for extra overdrive.
  • Variable-knee limiting with tube modeling.
  • Dry/wet control for parallel compression.
  • Stereo imaging: stereo narrowing or widening, mid/side mode.
  • Auto makeup gain, in addition to user-adjustable makeup gain.
  • Adjustable look ahead from 0 to 5 ms.
  • Peak/RMS compression mode.
  • Sidechain monitor option.
  • User-adjustable latency from 0.01 to 5 ms (6 to 440 samples @ 44.1kHz).
  • Low- and high-pass filters on input and side chain with unique scaling, allowing for adjustments at critical frequencies.


Pricing & Availability:

Big Blue Compressor is available immediately in RTAS/AS/VST/AU format for Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard), and 10.7 (Lion).

 

The introductory price of €99 (Europe) / $99 (worldwide) is valid through August 15, 2012, after which the regular price becomes €149 / $149.

 

An unrestricted 60-day evaluation version is available from 112dB.com/ bigblue/compressor/?demo.

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