Softube VCA Compressor Free!!

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Pingafuego
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dvdrtldg
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Post 02 Mar 2024

Excellent! Crisp and punchy

I'm getting a nice little collection of Softube VSTs that have cost me either nothing or next to nothing:

Dirty Tape
Saturation Knob
Summit Audio Grand Channel
Tape
Tape Echoes
Transient Shaper
VCA Compressor
Model 82 synth

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Neo
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Post 02 Mar 2024

Cheers @Pingafuego :thumbup:
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Post 02 Mar 2024

dvdrtldg wrote:
02 Mar 2024

I'm getting a nice little collection of Softube VSTs that have cost me either nothing or next to nothing:
What's your impression of their transient shaper? -compared to others?

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Post 02 Mar 2024

Still downloading...... :x 3 downloads at all
really interessted how softubes vca sounds compared with Re-160 and hornets multicomp mk2 model, wich are fantastic I would say.....
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Post 02 Mar 2024

So first try, Synapse smachs the VCA, when I turn settings close to each other, Synapse sounds more musical and produces lower heights compared with the softube, the multicomp is more on par with the Re-160 model. For free it´s okay, but for xx money it´s totaly overpriced ;)
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Post 03 Mar 2024

NMHindman wrote:
02 Mar 2024
dvdrtldg wrote:
02 Mar 2024

I'm getting a nice little collection of Softube VSTs that have cost me either nothing or next to nothing:
What's your impression of their transient shaper? -compared to others?
I like it a lot - the dual band processing is genuinely useful, and it's fast to work with. You can spend ages fiddling with transient shapers, but with this one I seem to find the sweet spot very quickly. It can get a lot more aggressive than the Kilohearts one

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