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PSPaudioware PSP Saturator v1.0.0-R2R screenshot
Team R2R | 2021.10.22 | 33.95 MB
A new addition to the PSP Audioware lineup, PSP Saturator brings its refined algorithms and pushes the quality of saturation to a new level and can virtually heat up your production.

PSP Saturator emulates the way that analog devices such as tape recorders and valve circuits warm up and “saturate” your audio material. This is achieved by adding harmonics, dedicated filtering, and dynamic processing. PSP Saturator uses three algorithms to emulate these devices, and offers eight different shape modes for loads of flexibility from subtle 'mix mojo' to outright audio destruction.


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  Resident 29.09.2008 7 296
+132
fast and furious!
  Member 28.10.2021 3
0
How to download it please?
  Resident 17.02.2014 69
+61
uploaded is down.
  Resident 9.10.2013 236
+72
It's maybe uploaded again, but for me 'uploaded' is working.
Thanks for sharing
  Member 27.11.2019 3 106
+388
HYPERSONIC FAST.
  Member 6.03.2020 281
+195
this thin sounds sweet
  Resident 26.11.2015 990
+365
psp's old saturator was one of the first plugins i ever used. i remember back in the early 00's they always just sounded 'extra good' over most other plugins. and they still hold up to this day. this one sounds quite smooth and classy looking with a lot of decent presets. really enjoying the 'ram' shape. like so many psp ones, this one's definitely going in the favorite section of my reaper/ableton.

i think it sounds really good in ableton or reaper to put a audio envelop on the mix of this plugin so the peaks get more saturation than the lows (an inverted envelop could be interesting too)
make music, not walls.
  Member 1.03.2014 391
+195
If its in the same category as E27 then we have a winner yeah. As Kramer would say. Giddy Up :D

First test on a drumbus. High end plugin like the E27, impressive.
  Member 14.05.2020 7 156
+164
Which psp old saturator you have mentioned about?
  Resident 9.08.2013 240
+21
my favorite audio brand ! Let's see what we got here
Thanx R2R ! ! !
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3290
+1247
PSP is one of my favourite brands, too. All they make is really good to great. Has anybody tried their EQs? MasterQ2, Neon, E27? Really good. I adore their FETpressor 1176 emu, too.

Like juxtaphon, I've been using Vintage Warmer and those aforementioned plugins from PSP rather often before I "hardwerised" my studio, but still - a great VST saturator is always welcome because I have no money for something like Thermionic Culture Culture Vulture, an ultimate outboard saturator. If I had the money, I'd fork it for that monster because it's so versatile and it can give you loads of different colours.

Whatever. I have little doubts this will sound really great. With PSP experience in making great sounding plugins, this should be great, too. Their MasterComp is also sooo nice to put before the final limiter.

I just wish they didn't decide to use iLok, since it is not worth it. Now they also have to pay a cut to iLok for a protection that doesn't work. They should have stack to the serial nr and swallow the pain of being pirated. I bought their Vintage Warmer like 10 years ago because I found it so good and indispensable, and stayed with the iLok free version of it until R2R broke iLok. :) iLok is never going to make it to my production machine.

Gosh I drivel like an old cretin. Oh wait... Cheers! [glass of goon in hand]
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Member 14.04.2015 141
+34
the old saturator was the king for smoothing harsh highs for me..... this should be a monster
  Member 14.05.2020 7 156
+164
Which old psp saturator you talking about?
  Member 14.04.2015 141
+34
PSP MixSaturator2
  Member 8.03.2016 1 295
+251
I wish they included an oversampling option in this version.

Edit: nevermind, I think they inluded it in the hidden panel, tho plugin doctor is still not showing any antialiasing flitering.

Edit 2: Nevermind 2.0, it is only the vst3 who is not working correctly in plugin doctor, the vst version shows everything the plugin does without problem.

Conclusion, this thing is great.
MY GEAR: Only Hi-End HW sonically engineered for us cats which you've probably never heard about and will never have access to, cuz we r awesome and u suk.
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3290
+1247
PSP were making oversampled plugins 10 years ago. I'm sure they just didn't make it an option this time around, like they did in MasterQ. I'm speaking through my bottom, but thank you for reminding me to check the manual. I'm sure they oversample it internally. I also think - no oversampling when it comes to saturation/dynamics/distortion = no use. Unless you like the aliasing you get, and sometimes it can sound fun, really. :)
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Member 8.03.2016 1 295
+251
I agree, the biggest example for me is Empirical Labs Arousor, I love that compressor, it's my main. It's not built in oversampling and it aliases a bit but I couldn't care less I just love how it sounds.
MY GEAR: Only Hi-End HW sonically engineered for us cats which you've probably never heard about and will never have access to, cuz we r awesome and u suk.
  Resident 15.08.2012 851
+168
cool stuff labs coded it afaik, they made the URS as well...
  Resident 21.06.2013 577
+219
According to the video in PSP page, you can access to the oversampling controls clicking in "OPEN", near to the right bottom corner.
  Resident 24.07.2019 15 346
+445
The FAT switch (in the hidden panel) enables 4x oversampling

The smooth control might also help with reducing aliasing, according to the manual. It also seems to cut DC.
Smooth: Sets the amount of saturation smoothing typical of quality analog circuits. A typical sound for the older Saturator version can be obtained with a value of 0. Higher values smooth the saturation making it less harsh, more relaxed and with reduced aliasing.
  Resident 21.03.2018 1 292
+66
Maybe just jizzed a bit?
Thanks funtime and R2R!
Huge Thanks to all hard working teams, suppliers, admin, mods & members for their work, efforts & input!
Patience, respect, gratitude & appreciation... always ;)
  Member 6.06.2013 117
+32
Loved the Vintage Warmer, loved their effects on Addictive Keys and I am 100% sure I am gonna love this one as well. Let's give it a try! :)
“We are each our own devil, and we make this world our hell”
  Resident 17.01.2012 12 620
+903
Just tested it and it sounds so sweet! Absolutely great plugin.
Thanks to R2R and funtime for bringing it to us
  Resident 29.09.2008 7 296
+132
FROM PSP FACEBOOK:

Hello PSP Fans!
Excitement has been buzzing around the PSP office (well, remote offices) with all the stirrings that come with a new plug-in release. We’re very excited to share our latest creation with you, and we’ve been thrilled with the reception so far! We are truly inspired by the support and praise we receive from our users with each new release, and we are humbled to see our creations in use in your studios whether you’re working on your next demo, recording your first album, creating soundtracks for AAA games, or crafting the next Billboard charting single.
Inevitably, with a new plug-in come questions: What is this plug-in for? What makes it different from my other favorite PSP plug-ins? Is Antoni truly the tallest person in pro-audio? (we’re pretty sure on that last one)
These are the questions that keep us up at night too, and we figure it’s time to share some insight to clarify a few things with you!
By far, the most asked question we’ve received is how the PSP Saturator, our new premium saturation plugin, is different from the ‘modern classic’ PSP VintageWarmer. In short, on a fundamental level these are entirely different plug-ins designed for different sounds and applications with a very narrow field of functional overlap.
PSP VintageWarmer is our take on the classic ‘mojo’ of analog signal processing combining the sound of vintage equipment’s color and tone with multi-band dynamics processing offering everything from ‘just a bit of heat’ to ultra-precise master buss dynamics processing to give a mix that final sense of fullness and punch. While this may seem similar to saturation, the approach and methods of achieving the tone of what PSP VintageWarmer adds to a mix are entirely separate from our new plug-in.
PSP Saturator is based on the concept of the now legendary PSP MixSaturator which was developed 20 years ago (time flies, huh?). About two years ago, we decided it was time to reintroduce this concept and bring it up to modern standards, as well as use this opportunity to implement what we’ve learned in the last few decades of plug-in development.
During the long months of the development cycle, it became apparent to us that each part of its algorithms had to be written from scratch, or at least seriously redesigned based on what we’ve learned in our DSP escapades in the last 20 years.
We didn’t want to simply copy the older engines, and we quickly realized this was time for a total refresh of one of our most lauded plug-ins while still keeping true to its roots. By extending the development process and critically analyzing all we had learned, not only would be be able to address some of the original’s weaknesses; we could adopt support for retina screens, design scalable interfaces, and introduce oversampling support up to a whopping 384Mhz for the most pristine sonic quality available!
With changes comes compromise though - in many cases, we realised that keeping backwards compatibility was no longer possible due to the range of changes to virtually every aspect of the plugin and the number of new parameters to add even more detailed control that wasn’t possible before.
By this point, we realized we could further fine-tune the plug-in by refreshing every single algorithm inside of PSP Saturator to ensure it was the best possible form of saturation no matter what flavor you choose. With the support of top mixing engineers and producers, and a relatively long beta process, we meticulously refined each algorithm to win the hearts (and more importantly, ears) of some of the most discerning and demanding users in the industry.
The result of all this cooperation, testing, development, and teamwork is truly stunning - while at its core, the concept stems from our classic PSP MixSaturator we are confident that this plugin represents the best form of what we can currently offer by combining our 20 years of development experience to create something with unrivaled quality and versatility that is ready to stand the test of time for the next 20 years.
With that said, it is now time to retire and say a bittersweet farewell to our long-time friend PSP MixSaturator. Going forward, it will be considered a legacy product with no further support as it has been replaced and redesigned with it’s legacy living on in this new release.
PSP Saturator brings an all-new product that implements the latest and greatest in terms of both DSP and support for modern systems with compatibility for Windows 11, Mac OS Silicon, extensive oversampling, and the most pristine saturation we can offer.
As usual, we recommend you rely on your own ears, experience and needs when it comes to plug-ins. We’d encourage all users to download the free demo version and play with it for 30 days before making any decision.
After all, if we’ve learned one thing in the last 20 years:
It’s The Sound That Counts!
  Resident 24.05.2015 1 394
+165
you know your old when...
sears releases a new wrench, and its the old wrench, and doesnt see a problem with calling a version V1.0 wrench

i love the 'new' wrench PSP!
  Member 28.10.2021 3
0
Can anybody help me how to download files please?
  Member 2.06.2014 61
+29
Anybody experiencing any crashes with this under Ableton 10 / Win 10?
  Member 12.08.2021 3
0
Crashes Ableton 11 when trying to save a project with this in it!
  Member 27.10.2020 31 290
+294
This is great but it's doing something weird in FL studio where it takes over the main parameter adjustment window. And keeps saying 0Vu reference -14db.
So you can't see parameter percentages, etc you are adjusting.
It's too annoying so I can't use it. But otherwise this thing sounds mint.
Hopefully it gets updated.
  Member 5.03.2021 6
0
does it mimic the vintage warmer stuff or totally a separate thing ?

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