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ACM510X1 Channel Compressor

£45.00
ACM510X1 Channel Compressor
ACM510X1 Channel Compressor by Applied Computer Music Technologies is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
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3.1.0
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Linux x86-64 / AMD64 64-bit e.g. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or newer
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The ACM510X1 emulates all the desirable qualities of a professional analogue channel compressor, taming dynamics without restricting the natural character of a mix or performance.

Presented as a virtual 500-series module with a modern stylized user-interface, the ACM510X1 provides soft-knee compression coupled with a gentle analogue style overdrive for warmth and character at high signal levels. The ACM510X1 can be used in mono or stereo channels, delivering professional console-grade processing, with efficient use of CPU and system resources.

More efficient use of CPU and system resources allows more plug-in instances in a typical audio workstation project:

  • Smooth controls with no 'zipper noise' when adjusting the plug-in settings.
  • Switchable side-chain highpass filter prevents over compression of low frequency transients.
  • Warm analogue style overdrive when driven with high signal levels.
  • Physically modelled rotary control modes.
  • Resizable, modern user interface. As intuitive and easy to use as a traditional analogue console channel compressor.
  • VST and VST3 plug-in for Linux.
  • Easy to install.

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