United Plugins Soundevice Digital Royal Compressor v1.0 X64 VST2 VST3 AAX WiN
X64 VST2 VST3 AAX WiN | AudioZ Exclusive | 29.14 MB
It's been done many times before, but this one nails it. A fantastic emulation and the Inspired a model of the classic British device from the Beatles era used on hundreds of record since the sixties Royal Compressor delivers true vintage analog sound and feel. Pleasant saturation and sensitive compression is something every track really needs.
The simulation of the vari-mu circuits delivers warmth and pleasant compression to any kind of audio material. It's more than just suitable for vocals, bass, drums on both insert and bus.
Just a Few Knobs
Back in the analogue days when every mix had to be achieved manually, it was necessary, to keep as few controls as possible. Royal Compressor honours this philosophy. Those few knobs have a massive impact on your sound and deliver the vintage sound and feel almost instantly.
Three Circuit Types
The A/B/C Model knob offers gives you a chance to switch between three models of circuitry with a different value of the fixed attack.
Automatic Gain Control
Worry about the volume no more. The AGC keeps the output signal at the same level no matter how much input gain you add to get some serious saturation. Changing colour doesn't change the output volume then.
Unlike the original vintage devices, Royal Compressor also features an adjustable amount of valve saturation. The random saturation algorithm creates the effect the real hardware would have on your tracks.
Although Royal Compressor operates using high internal sample rate, the modern simulation technology allows it to deliver great sound using the minimum CPU power.
Second-Hand Edition for free
Even partly broken machines can serve well in many studios. Although their functionality can be limited to just one feature, they may give your records something extra. And that is exactly the case of the second-hand version of our Royal Compressor.
This exclusive release is possible thanks to AudioZ member and reverse engineer who wishes to remain anonymous