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Fazertone Comp 76 WiN MAC FREE screenshot
WiN MAC FREE | 12.42 MB
You'd be hard-pressed to find a piece of gear that's in more pedalboards than this legendary classic from the 70s, and there's a good reason for that: instead of spending hours finding the right attack/release/ratio combination, you can rely on the fact that this is the piece of gear that has stood the test of time as being the perfect match for guitar and bass.

All you need is to add it to your tone stack, adjust the sensitivity and volume to your liking, and you're set. Push the sensitivity to the max and you'll get a gorgeous, long sustain, with strong percussive attacks; while you can just add a little bit to even out your playing.

Plus, with the neural network you'll get all the magic of the analog envelope follower, along with a little hint of saturation that's present in the original circuit.

Specifications:

System requirements:
Mac OS X 10.14 or later, Native M1 or Intel from 2014 or later.
Windows 7, 8 or 10, 64-bit

Formats:
VST3
AU
Tested in Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, Reaper and Cakewalk.


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comments

  Member 10.09.2021 115
+56
man, i've been looking for an mxr compressor outside of amplitube for ages (meaning a couple of months). to have this for free, and made by fazertone, whose pedals i really like, is a Godsend. thanks for the upload!
  Member 19.03.2014 319
+97
where do you place it in your chain, im using the studio one comp first for a boost or for very quite clean parts, True Dynamics(Kazrog) after the amp (tonex)
  Member 25.09.2022 7
+1
the fact of compressing afterwards, in this case of guitar after the amp/cab, would be more related to post-production (as if you took a channel strip and equalized, that's what I mean).
The use of this vst is to be used before the amp, I would even say before a pedal as well, although you can use it however you want, but I recommend you not to add too much compression or multiple compressors
  Member 19.03.2014 319
+97
depends on the guitar i have to before as i have some fast transients with my Tele, also makes a great boost in lead parts as i said before
  Member 10.09.2021 115
+56
pedals are usually for before the amp, and the way this compressor sounds i don't think it would help you much if you put it after. it's got a little slap if you crank it, and it increases your sustain like crazy. that's more useful as tone shaping, than as mix shaping, where i use different compressors. true dynamics i haven't used, but it looks more like a "mix compressor", indeed - tube compression tones down the transients, and evens out the dynamics, which is not necessarily something you'd want out of your amp. a good pedal compressor like the mxr rounds up the transients, too, very subtly, just enough to tame the harshness, but also gives you sustain, and makes your attack more incisive, to get definition and drive out of your amp. a tube compressor before the amp i imagine would make it sound pretty spongy, and flatten it out. but you can experiment for yourself, and see what that does and what you like.
  Member 13.05.2021 39
+5
None of the free Fazertone plugins work for me, downloaded from here and also directly from their website.

The VST3s are not recognised by Reaper at all and the AUs make it crash as soon as loaded.

Too bad, sounded promising!

I'm on Catalina, running Reaper 6.68
  Resident 12.01.2021 170
+108
Strange, I had no problems (VST3, Win7). Are you sure Reaper scans the correct folder?
  Member 13.05.2021 39
+5
Yep, the AU shows on Reaper just fine but if loaded it crashes Reaper... The VST does not show at all on Reaper, but it is on the right Mac folder.

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