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TB Compressor v3

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Compressor Plugin by ToneBoosters
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TB Compressor
TB Compressor v3 by ToneBoosters is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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3.1.8
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TB Compressor is a versatile VST dynamic range compressor plugin that is suitable for virtually all audio content. Its advanced signal analysis algorithms allow for a very transparent dynamic range modification. Conversely, with manual adjustment of its parameters, the compressor can provide that 'musical pumping effect' to spice up your beats. A dedicated dry/wet control provides a hassle-free New York style / parallel compression.

Features:

  • Zero-latency processing, allowing for studio and live operation.
  • Support of all sampling rates from 11 to 192 kHz.
  • Accurate time response adjustment with sub-millisecond attack times.
  • Multi-stage signal analysis algorithms for automated, transparent release.
  • Gain and envelope riding attack/release modes.
  • Dry/wet control for New York style / parallel compression.
  • Detector high-pass filter to adjust spectral balance for level detection.
  • Intuitive display indicating input/output curve and current compressor gain.
  • Maximum compressor attenuation (range) control.
  • Based on the VST 2.4 specification to allow compatibility with virtually all host programs.

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atmelcool
atmelcool
29 February 2016 at 7:31am

Tell me how to learn to hear his work? I add a compressor to track and tune, but can not hear the difference between dry and wet signal ... Maybe I did not hear correctly? How to learn how to use a compressor? At that sound, I must pay attention in order to understand his work? I know the theory, but I do not hear the difference in practice ... Thank you.

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