[FREEWARE] HoRNet offers Halloween plugin
HoRNet Plugins release CompExp, a freeware Halloween-colored compressor plugin.
CompExp is announced as the digital version of a compressor/expander chip used in many electronic device to keep noise down.
Well, that's the treat, now for the trick part: If you want it, you'll have to "like" their facebook page, share the message where they announce the plugin and send them a private message with your email address so as to receive your free plugin within 12 hours.
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