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The Vertigo VSC-2 Compressor plugin is out now, with free 14-day demos online.

The plugin was modeled after Vertigo’s 6,000 $ compressor.

 

Check out the video here: brainworx-music.de/en/videos/vertigo_vsc-2

The VSC-2 Quad Discrete Compressor is so named because it uses 4 VCAs built by hand using discrete components. Its design is a nod toward the best VCA based compressors of the 70s and 80s.

 

Tracking and Mixing

Although the VSC-2 was developed as a Stereo Bus Compressor each channel provides a set of controls which also makes the VSC-2 a dual mono for recording and mix situations.

 

Brainworx also announced that they’re officially launching 64 Bit and AAX plugins in January 2012. Due to internal beta testing delays, the new release for the whole line of Brainworx plugins, as well as for the SPL and Elysia (and Vertigo, of course), was pushed back to January 2nd, 2012.

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