Noisebud presents new Bipro compressor plugin
Noisebud has released Bipro, a new low-end dedicated compressor plug-in.
According to Noisebud, Bipro is an automated low end compressor, which is said to act in a similar fashion to Slow except that it will only compress the very low end (50Hz and down). It was designed to be placed somewhere at the end of a mastering chain so as to control that last dB's of flabby low frequencies - yes, you know, these ones that always mess up your track at the club but won't be heard at home.
The steep setting will add lots of artifacts/coloring, Shelf is more transparent but you might loose energy.
Bipro is 32-bit only and exclusively available for Windows systems, but it can be used within 64-bit DAWs using a bridge plugin. And look, it has a glittering unicorn on it!
MSRP is $9.99 and Bipro is included in Noisebud's All Plugins Bundle 2016 Q1-2. Additionally, a 20% discount is available until the end of May using discount code may2016 at checkout. A free demo version (with occasional bursts of noise here and there, just to remind you it's NOT freeware) is also available here.
More details at www.noisebud.se.
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