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News Christian Budde Fast Soft Knee Compressor

Software compressor from Christian Budde

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Christian Budde has released several new free VST effect plug-ins for Windows.


Fast Soft Knee Compressor is a soft knee compressor optimized for low CPU usage, according to Christian Budde, who added: “While it is not that difficult to build a hard knee compressor with a low CPU usage, it is quite difficult to do so for a soft knee, especially if you want to control the margin around the threshold precisely while maintaining a consistent curve. The compressor also features a simple limit circuit to avoid clipping.”

Features:
  • Continuous and consistent characteristic.
  • Adjustable soft knee in dB (as margin below the threshold).
  • Stereo/dual mono processing.
  • Extra limit circuit to avoid clips.
  • Simple auto make-up gain adjustment.
  • 10 presets.
  • Mathematically optimised (using three psychoacoustical evaluated approximation functions).
  • Open source (as part of Christian’s Delphi ASIO & VST Project).

Fast Soft Knee Gate is a soft knee gate that is said to be optimized for low CPU usage based on Christian’s Fast Soft Knee Compressor.

Features:
  • Continuous and consistent characteristic.
  • Adjustable soft knee in dB (as margin below the threshold).
  • 10 presets.
  • Mathematically optimised (using three psychoacoustical evaluated approximation functions).
  • Open source (as part of Christian’s Delphi ASIO & VST Project).

Fast Soft Knee Limiter is a soft knee limiter that is said to be optimized for low CPU usage based on Christian’s Fast Soft Knee Compressor.

Features:
  • Continuous and consistent characteristic.
  • Adjustable soft knee in dB (as margin below the threshold).
  • 10 presets.
  • Mathematically optimised (using three psychoacoustical evaluated approximation functions).

Other plug-ins include:

Frequency Splitter for Modular Hosts is a Linkwitz Riley Crossover.

Features:
  • 1 in, 2 out.
  • Selectable frequency.
  • Selectable order (starting from 12dB/Oct up to 192dB/Octave).
  • Sample-rate independent.
  • Using host dependent GUI.

Linear Phase Frequency Crossover for Modular Hosts is a Linear Phase Crossover.

Features:
  • 1 in, 2 out.
  • Selectable frequency.
  • 512 FIR filter coefficients (higher on request).
  • Sample-rate independent.
  • Fast (using the IPP).
  • Open source (excluding IPP).
  • Using host dependent GUI.

More info at www.savioursofsoul.de/Christian.
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