or modern feed-forward or old classic feedback topology as used in
renowned analog processors.
compressor can act on peak energy as well as RMS energy.
Blend the compressed with the uncompressed signal.
This creates a parallel
Link: Act as
two separate compressors (left and right) or sum the signal so the
compressors behave the same. The link function and filters make a more
consistent stereo-image possible. If you have a loud sound on one
channel you don’t want the other channel compressing the same.
Additional LINK info:
This can be a complex function to understand! This is a feature very
handy for example in percussion groups. If you have percussive
sounds on the left, you don't want the compressor working on the right
at least not that much). Or for example a deep sound going from left
to right. Imagine what this will do if the compressor is fully linked.
So this is where the filtering and link-percentage comes in.
smarter side-chain filtering for enhanced and more musical compression.
This gives the signal analog-modeled distortion and coloration which can add
excitement to any signal. You can also drive the circuits more with this
preset Attack, Release and Ratio values.
which are not used are not loaded onto DSPs for highly efficient DSP
Phase Alignment Technology:
processed and unprocessed signal stay in phase in other words the
bypassed plug-in has the same sample-accurate latency as non-bypassed.
the parameters with an external MIDI controller.
VU metering, PPM LED
metering and clip-LED for
Large GUI with
'analog-style' big knobs and big meters (also more precise
LED-meters), because big knobs just sound better, haha ;-)
Scope software 5.x
all Scope hardware
Threshold: 0 to -60dBFs
Gain Makeup: 0 to +24dB
Attack: ± 50μs to 50ms
Release: ± 50ms to 5.0s
Ratio: 1.2:1 to 10:1
SC-filter: No filter, Vintage
(slight bass roll-off and vintage LP filter), Medium (slight bass
roll-off and boosting high frequencies), SMACK! (special filter)
SC-Mode: New/Modern feed-forward
or Old/Classic feedback
Comp Mode: Peak/RMS
Link filter: Full (No filter),
HPF, LPF, BPF
Blend: 0-100% (Original -
Analog: Enable analog modeling
distortion and coloration
DSP: The dNa-MasterCOMP will use roughly between 765 ~ 1210 DSP
cycles depending on settings on the old 60Mhz SHARC (older Creamware
cards). (Max just over 1 Sharc)