June 5th, 2013 by Dan Knobler
I’ve been a fan of PSP’s versatile, user-friendly plugins for a while. I think it’s safe to say that at Mason Jar Music, we’ve used the PSP OldTimer compressor on almost every song we’ve mixed.
PSP manages to pair incredibly high-quality processing with simple and thoughtful, yet powerful user interfaces, Read more...
October 3rd, 2012 by Justin Colletti
When PSP released a new plugin simply called “Echo” I was hesitant to review it.
For one, I had already given their BussPressor a glowing review when it came out over the summer, and was hesitant to plug the company again so soon.
And secondly, I just wasn’t interested at Read more...
August 29th, 2012 by Justin Colletti
For a long time, it’s been easy to find a whole world of free VST and AU plugins on the web. But for users of Pro Tools – arguably the most popular professional DAW in the U.S. – pickings have always been a bit slimmer.
Due to Avid’s exacting standards, Read more...
July 6th, 2012 by Justin Colletti
Sound: Snappy, lean and muscular; A versatile VCA-style buss compression à la SSL.
Great on: Mix buss, drum buss, acoustic instruments in dense mixes.
Extra features: Sweepable sidechain filter, Tweakable auto-release; Wet and dry controls; Excellent sound at both subtle and extreme settings.
Room for improvement: Other plugin Read more...