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DSPplug omega compressor

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Compressor Plugin by King Oz Records
DSPplug omega compressor
DSPplug omega compressor by King Oz Records / DSPplug is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and a VST 3 Plugin.
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
windows vst2, vst3 64-bit compatible DAW
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please report any issues to re17qw@gmail.com
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The omega compressor is a unique compressor which may be one of the most powerful in the world. It also has a unique smooth sound that you'll want in every commercial project you're working on.

There's just not a more commercial, smoothly 'mechanical' sound - or in the case of x24 oversampling "aura" of compression rarefaction as analog-smooth as which the King OZ records omega compressor by DSPplug provides. Keep in mind, this isn't an artificial gloss like from a VST, but a smooth like that which you would find in a real studio.

Prospective customers are reminded that if they feel the enforced inter-sample peak limiting should be changed, or the -10 dBFS threshold should be changed, they can request that be a change to the product and DSPplug will make it happen free of charge.

But it works so well and so transparently, it will often help you to avoid distortion; it's easy to use and not think about it again with the current configuration applied.

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