Klanghelm updates its compressors
Klanghelm Audio announces the release of v2 of its DC1A free compressor and v2.1 of the DC8C paid big brother.
Both plug-ins receive in their respective update a new GUI with Easy view that offers less controls as the Expert view. Meters have been improved for higher accuracy and the plug-ins now can handle extreme settings.
Klanghelm also removed the DC Offset from saturation and in the free DC1A, you now get a dual mono mode and can apply negative compression ratios.
Last, the DC8C will operate with zero latency when no oversampling is selected.
Klanghelm adds that the DC1A v2 has a new plug-in ID so you can use both v1 and v2 side by side in your DAW. The plug-in is still free and the DC8C price is available for 20€. The update is free for all users and available at klanghelm.com/DC1A.html (32 and 64-bit VST and AU and RTAS).
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