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DMG Audio has announced the release of Compassion, a new fully-featured dynamics processor plug-in, ready for any dynamic processing on any signal. It costs £150 but a discount of 10% is in effect until end of May 2011.

compassion.jpg Overview:

  • Very flexible dynamics engine.
  • Multiple styles of dynamic processing available, with in-depth control.
  • Advanced mode for fine-tweaking, Main mode for fast usage.
  • Mods system for rapid configuration.
  • Zero latency (with lookaheads and oversampling disabled).
  • Low CPU usage.
  • Windows: VST, VST3, VST 64, VST3 64, RTAS.
  • Mac: VST, VST3, VST 64, VST3 64, AU32+64bit, RTAS.

Sound:

  • Fully configurable topology; to sound like any compressor you want.
  • Compression, Expansion, Upward Expansion and Upward Compression.
  • Wet/Dry for "New York"/Parallel Compression.
  • Linear Phase Split EQ mode for "Dynamic EQ" processing.
  • Fully configurable detectors with M/S processing.
  • Transient Shaper and Clip Limiter modules.
  • Oversampling mode for alias-free operation.
  • Signal path and sidechain EQs.

Vision:

  • Large, intuitive waveform/gr display.
  • Knee and Response graphs.
  • Advanced mode, with pages for each section.
  • Sidechain and signal-path EQ graphs.
  • Configurable VU, supporting K-metering and variable ballistics.
  • Mods system for fast workflow.
  • 8 banks of A/B.
  • Full preset management system.
  • Undo/redo.
  • Clip LED.
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