PSP Audioware PSP Mixpack2 - 6 Plug-Ins for Mixing (Download)

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PSP Audioware MixPack2 offers six plug-ins in one convenient software download. The processors are designed for mixing purposes, to help give your digital tracks an analog quality, all while ameliorating issues commonly occurred during the mixing process.

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PSP Audioware MixPack2 offers six plug-ins in one convenient software download. The processors are designed for mixing purposes, to help give your digital tracks an analog quality, all while ameliorating issues commonly occurred during the mixing process. You’ll find tools for handling bass frequencies, treble frequencies, gating operations, compression, and time-alignment between multiple microphones.

Though these effects give you an analog flavor, no one piece of hardware gear was modeled in the making of these plug-ins. Instead, PSP Audioware has opted to give you the feel of multiple analog circuits, each of which can invigorate the sterile quality of many digital recordings. All plug-ins offer 64-bit floating-point processing, and each plug-in can operate in sessions up to 192 kHz. You’ll find PSP MixBass2 , PSP MixTreble2 , PSP MixSaturator2 , PSP MixPressor2, PSP MixGate2, and PSP MixSync included.

This software is compatible with Mac and Windows platforms. It will operate in AU, VST, AAX, and RTAS formats.

PSP MixBass2

PSP MixBass2 is a low-frequency processor designed to help you achieve punchy, analog bass sounds with your audio material. PSP MixBass2 can enhance the low end of any audio material. PSP MixBass2 features a low-frequency compression algorithm and low-frequency harmonics generator. There is a low-pass filter for the control signal and a low-cut filter within the signal path. Finally, the Punch section includes a dynamically controlled filter to emphasize or dynamically attenuate the chosen midrange frequency according to the low-frequency material.

PSP MixTreble2

PSP MixTreble2 offers specialized processors designed to extend the dynamic range, sharpness, clarity, and spatiality of a signal’s treble frequencies. It can improve the definition and sound quality of complete mixes, boost characteristic features of acoustic instruments, and revitalize archival recordings. PSP MixTreble2 can help add presence to a track as well as lower the noise floor of a given track or complete mix. PSP MixTreble2 incorporates a hiss remover, a stereo enhancer, a transient enhancer, and a harmonics generator, and a switchable soft-clipper.

PSP MixPressor2

PSP MixPressor2 is a fully featured, high precision compressor designed to process either whole mixes or single tracks. PSP MixPressor2 emulates the classic characteristics of compressors with valve and opto-electronic circuits and as classic modern compression solutions. PSP MixPressor2 also offers a highly configurable sidechain feature. The sidechain filter has a significant effect on PSP MixPressor2’s sound and operation. The filter also enables the user to operate the compressor as a de-esser or to lessen the pumping effects of heavy kick drums and the like, based on the side-chain settings.

PSP MixSaturator2

PSP MixSaturator2 simulates the way that analog devices such as tape recorders and valve circuits warm up and saturate your audio material. This is achieved by adding harmonics, dedicated filtering, and dynamic processing. PSP MixSaturator2 uses three different algorithms to simulate these devices.

PSP MixGate2

PSP MixGate2 is a noise gate that can operate fast enough for special effects (such as stuttering audio) and smoothly enough to gate unwanted noise without sounding artificial. PSP MixGate2 includes both high and low pass filters so as to tailor the control signal. By filtering out unwanted frequencies, you can ensure that only the desired frequency can trigger the gate.

PSP MixSync2

PSP MixSync2 is designed for setting the alignment between multiple microphone recordings, setting plug-in latency compensation, and fixing other time- and phase-related issues.