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Software compressor from SKnote .

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SKnote has released C165a, a circuit modeled emulation of a great VCA compressor with internal peak limiter.

The compressor features an "auto" mode that manages time constants. The VCA compressor is designed to provide punch and sustain, on percussive and sustained tracks and on full groups/mixes.

 

C165a is equipped with an internal (switchable) limiter which lets you increase rms, control peaks and, when pushed hard, adds saturation for creative effects.

 

C165a includes a "sidechain unit", which comprises sidechain filters (low, mid and high frequency ranges) and a sample-aligned mix knob for parallel compression.

 

A three-LED meter gives control on the compression knee, while an input/output/gain needle meter gives control on the resulting compression.

 

Pricing & Availability:

C165a is available for 32- and 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and soon RTAS plug-in formats from the SKnote website with a MSRP of 29.99$.

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