Log InCreate An Account
  1. Plugins
  2. »
  3. FabFilter
  4. »
  5. Pro-C 2
  6. »
  7. News

Pro-C 2

Dynamics (Compressor / Limiter) Plugin by FabFilter

KVR Audio news items relating to Pro-C 2

Directly Related News

FabFilter updates all plug-ins with AAX Apple Silicon support, interface scaling and more21 Mar 2023FabFilter launches FabFilter Learn website section14 Apr 2022FabFilter updates all plug-ins, starts Holiday Sale13 Dec 2021Best Audio and MIDI Software - 2021 KVR Readers' Choice Awards Winners13 Oct 2021KVR Readers' Choice Awards 2021 - Final Weekend Extension - Make Your Vote Count30 Sep 2021KVR Readers' Choice Awards 2021: Top 5 nominations for 'Favorite Dynamics Virtual Effect Processor'14 Sep 2021KVR Readers' Choice Awards 2021 - Nominations Announced - Vote Now08 Sep 2021FabFilter introduces Apple Silicon support, starts Holiday Sale10 Dec 2020FabFilter updates all plug-ins18 Jun 2020FabFilter Covid-19 response: free 30-day trial extensions30 Mar 2020Best Audio and MIDI Software - 2019 KVR Readers' Choice Awards Winners20 Dec 2019All FabFilter Pro plug-ins now available as AUv3 on iPad26 Jun 2019All FabFilter plug-ins updated - added side chain triggering to Pro-Q 321 Feb 2019FabFilter releases Pro-Q 2 as AUv3 for iPad, starts Summer Sale16 Jul 2018FabFilter updates all plug-ins15 Feb 2018FabFilter updates all Pro plug-ins, enhancing Pro-Q 213 Mar 2017FabFilter Updates All Plug-ins - Announces Holiday Sale12 Dec 2016FabFilter updates all plug-ins including Retina support, announces Holiday Sale14 Dec 2015FabFilter releases Pro-C 2 Compressor Plug-in for Mac & Win26 Aug 2015FabFilter introduces a new video series: "FabFilter Presents..."18 May 2015FabFilter updates Pro-MB and Pro-Q 2 including Retina support; announces Holiday Sale12 Dec 2014FabFilter Celebrates Tenth Anniversary Milestone with One-Time Discount Sale14 Apr 2014KVR Audio Readers' Choice Awards 2013 - The Results (Better Late Than Never!)28 Feb 2014FabFilter releases bug-fix update and announces Summer Sale (25% discount on bundles)12 Jul 2013FabFilter updates all plug-ins, including AAX 64-bit support21 Jun 2013FabFilter releases bug-fix update and announces Holiday Sale (25% discount on bundles)14 Dec 2012FabFilter updates all plug-ins with graphics acceleration and more30 Nov 2012FabFilter announces Summer Sale: 25% discount on plug-in bundles13 Jul 2012FabFilter updates All Plug-ins, incl. AAX support, and announces Holiday Sale (25% Discount)02 Dec 2011(AES) FabFilter announces support for Avid's new AAX plug-in format21 Oct 2011FabFilter launches Summer Sale: 25% discount on Plug-in Bundles18 Jul 2011FabFilter releases Pro-G Gate/Expander Plug-in09 May 2011FabFilter releases updates for all plug-ins (New Pro-Q features)12 Apr 2011FabFilter releases Twin v2.10 update and announces Holiday Bundle Sale13 Dec 2010FabFilter releases Pro-L - Limiter21 Oct 2010FabFilter releases Plug-in Updates and announces Summer Sale21 Jul 2010FabFilter releases 64-bit plug-ins for Mac and Windows24 May 2010FabFilter updates Pro-Q to v1.02 and announces Holiday Bundle Sale (25% Off)16 Dec 2009FabFilter updates Volcano (v2.03), Pro-C (v1.12) and Twin (v2.01) and announces Preset Contest17 Mar 2009FabFilter announces Holiday Sale (25% off bundles)02 Dec 2008FabFilter updates Pro-C to v1.11 (incl. VST3 release) and Volcano to v2.0214 Oct 2008FabFilter launches Holiday Sale12 Dec 2007FabFilter updates Pro-C to v1.1029 Nov 2007FabFilter updates FabFilter Pro-C to v1.0103 Sep 2007FabFilter releases Pro-C Compressor14 Aug 2007

Comments & Discussion for FabFilter Pro-C 2

Discussion: Active



11 January 2017 at 5:44am

I just came back here to check out my review of the Pro-C. Come on - only 3 out of 8 people found that useful?

I've recently been messing around with the Pro-C2. I have to say it is a BIG improvement on the predecessor. There is a peak hold, a range, a lookahead, oversampling, a wet/dry knob, a much improved sidechain section, and a much improved graph. There's also a little button that allows you to gate the audio below the threshold and allows you to only hear what is therefore triggering the compressor (I haven't seen a function like this anywhere before).

I'm still of the feeling that there are probably too many styles that potentially sound identical - ie the opto/ bus/punch/pump/clean modes all sound pretty darn similar when operating in a normal range.

Also I think the mid/side switch in the sidechain section is a vast improvement. If you push that little bar over to the mid (etc) button you will only compress the mid channel. Great but you can't boost the mid volume only without messing with some other knobs in a different area of the gui. Essentially there's three different knobby things in different areas of the gui that control the wet/dry/mid/side. Maybe this could all somehow be bundled up together into one easy knobby thing. Or maybe there's no easy way of doing it.

Thanks and good work FF. :-)

Please log in to join the discussion