More Pressure Mastering Compressor
Do you like Pressure, but you want more flexibility? Well, with More Pressure you can tweak a variety of compressor settings to get the sound that you want.
What exactly is More Pressure? Have you ever wanted a mastering compresssor that was dead-easy to use? A compressor that just made things louder without having to worry about the best Ratio, Attack, and Release settings for a specific task, but provided a way for adjusting these settings? A compressor that didn't over-compress attack transients, robbing your track of all the excitement of explosive hits? A compressor that was downright freaky looking?
Well, More Pressure is the compressor for you. Using a technique called upward compression, More Pressure increases the level of quiet portions in a mix without reducing the level of attack transients like a traditional compressor. There are just 3 main parameters: Amount of compression, look-ahead, and gain control. If you want to really get freaky, you can use the "tweak" controls. It couldn't be easier.
Todd Reynolds, I Don't Care
"Great plug-in. It seemed to do the trick on those drums. Nice job!" --Todd Reynolds
"It was so good that while working with an individual who has been speaking to me and my artist I let him hear a song that we used your compressor on for mastering and he immediately wanted to discuss a distribution deal. He was from Sony Records." --Leonard White