vladg/sound has released beta version 0.2.112 of Molot, a new VST compressor plug-in with a GUI inspired by an old Soviet military device.
It's available for Windows 32- and 64-bit and it is free.
- Aggressive hammering sound.
- Suits for rock drums and bass.
- Can be used on tracks and busses.
- Very clean sound.
- Switchable sigmoid attack curve.
- Smooth saturation.
- Mid-scoop EQ for simple tonal balance fix.
- Built-in limiter for peaks suppressing.
- Almost zero latency (2 samples).
- Up to 8x oversampling.
- USSR military style GUI.
- Switchable language EN/RU.
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