PSPaudioware – Plug-Ins Bundle v2024.01 (VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | February 22, 2024


Year/Date of Issue: 01/31/24
Developer: PSPaudioware.
Developer website: PSPaudioware
Format: VST, VST3, AAX.
Bit depth: 64bit
Tablet: cured [R2R]
System requirements: WIN 7+

Description :
It’s the sound that matters!
PSPaudioware’s commitment to delivering high quality processors at affordable prices suitable for both professionals,
and for enthusiasts, continues to gain recognition and expand its user base through word of mouth, stellar reviews,
personal appearances at trade shows and participation in community forums – and they’re just getting started!

Lexicon PSP 42X v2.0.2
High quality digital stereo delay and phrase sampler, powered by the legendary Lexicon PCM42 processor, renowned for its unique concept and distinctive sound.

PSP 2445 EMT v1.3.12
is a reverb processor plug-in inspired by two legendary reverbs of the early digital age: the EMT® 244 and EMT® 245. PSP has carefully researched how to bring to life the specific features of these simple, yet highly musical reverbs. plugin

PSP 285 v1.0.1
Our latest exploration of the limitless possibilities offered by variable sample rate delay lines. It is capable of creating an extremely wide range of delay effects – from simple slapbacks and echoes to complex rhythmic patterns, from faithful tape delay simulation to twisted, unprecedented pitch shifting and resonant filtering effects – all with world-class sound quality.

PSP BinAmp v1.1.1
Emulates a Class A triode* preamp. The specific preamp implementation is based on the legendary Binson Echorec 2 delay.

PSP ConsoleQ v2.0.3
A British console style equalizer designed to match the analogue equalizer in both sound and performance. It’s ideal for when an engineer wants to correct or reshape a sound, or make tracks stand out in a mix, regardless of the source.

PSP E27 v1.7.4
Multi-stage equalizer plugin modeled after the famous E27 analog equalizer produced by Avedis Audio Electronics. The PSP E27 offers three-band equalization with nine selectable frequencies in a standard 500x package.

PSP Echo v1.5.3
High Quality Echo Processor – Powerful and extraordinary features combined with smooth controls make it ideal for all kinds of creative use, from simple slapback and sustain effects to ping-pong delays and spatial echo.

PSP HertzRider2 v2.0.4
is the successor to the original PSP HertzRider frequency converter. This update optimizes the algorithms and adds many important new features. PSP HertzRider 2 was designed to be as simple as possible, consume as few resources as possible, and have very low (and frequency dependent) latency.

Impressor v1.0.3
This is an incredibly accurate, full-featured, high-precision compressor designed to process entire mixes, buses, or individual tracks. PSP Impressor simulates the magical classic characteristics of valve and optoelectronic compressors, as well as classic modern compressors. PSP Impressor also has an easily customizable sidechain. The sidechain filter has a significant impact on the sound and performance of PSP Impressor. Depending on your sidechain filter settings, the filter also allows you to use the compressor as a de-esser or to reduce the pumping effect of heavy kicks and the like.

PSP InfiniStrip v1.3.0
It can be used for mixing, tracking, or live streaming anywhere you need a great-sounding, easy-to-set-up channel strip without worrying about latency.

PSP NobleQ v1.8.4
Combines the features of passive software equalizers with a wide range of frequency settings and expanded functionality. To make this plugin a versatile tool, we’ve added several modern features such as an adjustable high-pass filter, as well as the ability to switch high peak and shelving filters to “Boost” or “Attenuation” modes.

PSP Saturator v1.1.3
Thanks to its advanced algorithms, the quality of saturation reaches a new level and can practically heat up your production.

PSP SpringBox v1.1.3
Emulates a hardware spring reverb. It recreates some of the characteristics typical of a spring reverb, such as the characteristic “boing” on transients and a repeating, resonant musical character with adjustable presence.

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