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Xhip Effects [read all reviews]
Reviewed By The Noodlist [read all by] on 12th February 2018
Version reviewed: 6.7 on Windows.
Last edited by The Noodlist on 15th February 2018.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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A great set of effects, the Xhip Limiter and Compressor stood out for me, with me being in search of an easy to use, effective compressor, I tried the two mentioned, I really like the added flexibility of the Xhip Limiter. It can be used as a compressor and yields satisfying results, highly tweak-able. When using slower attack times it seemed better to reduce the look ahead %. From smashing drum loops to moderate compression, this thing is just great. It needs more love.

Thanks to the developer.

KT-C [read all reviews]
Reviewed By The Noodlist [read all by] on 14th October 2017
Version reviewed: 1.1.0 on Windows.
Last edited by The Noodlist on 24th March 2018.
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I'm a hobbyist, here are my thoughts on the KT-C.

I find this plug-in hard to fault, it does a job, and it does it well. It's one of the better freeware plug-ins I've tried. Cons, it's only 32-bit.

I found it an ideal compressor to learn on, I can actually hear what the the attack and release are doing, with a fast attack, it dulls the attack of transients, and longer release times holds on to the notes, bringing several sources closer together.

It can work well on single and bus tracks, it can definitely bring individual elements within a bus closer together, giving more cohesion.

Sometimes the meters stop working, that doesn't affect the sound, but sometimes I find the visual aid helpful.

COMPrime [read all reviews]
Reviewed By The Noodlist [read all by] on 28th August 2017
Version reviewed: 1.5 on Windows.
Last edited by The Noodlist on 24th March 2018.
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I tried the demo. It's one of the better compressors I've used. Bearing in mind I'm a hobbyist with limited mixing abilities.

I recently tried a heap of compressor demos from developers big and small and loads of freeware. This and PSP Audioware FetPressor stood out from the pack. I was looking for something that sounded good with minimum tweaking, and I found it in Comprime.

It's hard to make this sound thing bad, It's easy to dial in and achieve quick results. It sounds smooth and rounded. You can really push this thing hard and it still sounds great.