Native Instruments boosts its Supercharger
Supercharger, the compressor that Native Instruments offered last December, has been improved in a paid GT version.
Supercharger GT retains the “boutique” tube compressor concept of the original version, but adds new controls and sound shaping tools to it.
The Supercharger GT GUI remains practical, with a large center compression knob, an automatic make-up gain that will compensate the differences in the volume and you get preset attack and release settings to help you get started (Punch, Gentle and Slam), but manual control of these features are also available.
Along with compression, the Supercharger GT offers various sound shaping tools, including a saturation with three Mild, Crisp and Slam modes, a “Character” knob with three Fat, Warm and Aggressive options to boost highs and lows, as well as a Mid/Side mode and a high-pass.
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