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PSPaudioware PSP VintageWarmer2 v2.10.1-R2R screenshot
Team R2R | 18 Jan 2022 | 30.7MB
PSP VintageWarmer2 is a high-quality digital simulation of an analog-style single or multi-band compressor/limiter. It combines rich, warm analog processing with a straightforward user interface, and comes with a comprehensive library of presets.
PSP VintageWarmer2 is highly flexible and can be used for both soft-knee compression and brick-wall limiting. This makes it an essential tool for mixing and mastering engineers.

Careful attention has been paid to PSP Vintage Warmer's overload characteristics with the algorithm being capable of generating saturation effects typical of analog tape recorders. PSP Vintage Warmer also incorporates professional VU and PPM metering together with accurate overload indicators thereby ensuring professional quality results.

PSP VintageWarmer2 version installer contains 3 versions of the plug-in:

PSP MicroWarmer: Providing the same sound quality as it's siblings, but with a simplified single-band interface and low latency performance optimized for use on individual tracks.

PSP VintageWarmer (LE): A direct descendant of the original PSP VintageWarmer, with its all strengths such as low resource usage and latency.

PSP VintageWarmer2: Which includes our acclaimed FAT double sampling mode for even more accurate analog sounding processing.

We strongly recommend that you use PSP VintageWarmer (LE) or PSP MicroWarmer in multi-tracking applications, except in situations where FAT mode is important. PSP VintageWarmer2 is recommended for use in mastering sessions or when processing groups or master busses.

High quality signal processing algorithms

Single or multi-band signal processing

FAT (Frequency Authentication Technique) PSP's double sampled processing

64-bit floating point precision

Shelf filters for bass and treble frequencies in single-band processing mode

Control of bass and treble signal components in multi-band processing mode

Accurately calibrated VU and PPM meters with the overload indicators

Disengagable brick-wall limiting

Two Release Mutliplier ranges for fast or relaxed processing

Semi Automated Release mode.

Up to 192kHz sample rates supported

Library of presets

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R2R never dissapoints! Thanks for all lovely P*S*P* stuff today!
And thanks to DECiBELLE for sharing it with us
  Resident 18.03.2013 551
Just confirming that all of today's PSPs work on my Windows 10 Studio One 5.4
Stellar job R2R and DECiBELLE
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Much appreciated, R2R & DECiBELLE.
Honestly, it's a damn shame, I'd love to support PSPaudioware, but I refuse to agonize over iLOK's bullshit "protection" ever again.
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Yes I feel exactly the same
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I felt let down when they changed NobleQ from key file to iLok. Made me want to stop spending money with them.
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Great for NY engineers style compression
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Thanks but Paul Third would hate this because he hates aliasing.
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  Member 8.10.2021 33
I have this issue that the latest PSPaudioware plugins turn black once you click something else but the plugin. Well at least FETpressor, 2445 EMT and PSP Saturator are doing that with me on FL Studio/Windows 10. BUT only the lastest versions are showing this issue.

I believe it's the VST3 version which is doing this.

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