Do you use PSP Audioware dynamics plug-ins? Well, Mark Struthers has you covered! Learn what every button, feature and function does on the entire range of high quality, amazing sounding dynamics plug-ins from PSP Audioware, as well as audio examples so you can hear what they actually do! Mark begins with the famous Vintage Warmer plug-in suite and all of their controls and functions. He shows you the differences between them and how their different modes like singleband and multi-band work. Mastercomp plug-ins are next and Mark digs deep explaining how they work and shows you them “in action” when using them as a sidechain compressor and more.
Next, Mark travels down memory lane with Oldtimer and explains the different emulation modes and how to apply them to your source audio. Busspressor is then explored and shown as both an insert and on the master buss for different types of “glue”. Mixbass and Mixtreble2 are then revealed and Mark leaves no stone unturned. You’ll also see and hear them used to enhance and flatter the harmonic content of your audio adding character, punch and sizzle.
Mark then finishes up with Mixpressor2, Mixsaturator2 and Mixgate2. All are closely examined and then shown in real-world situations that may arise in your sonic travels. A “Wrap Up” tutorial is presented and Mark showcases the PSP Xeon to craftily limit an audio file, raising its volume without clipping.
If you use any of the PSP Audioware dynamics plug-ins, this series is an important resource to have and use. Get the most out of these amazing sounding, but sometimes complex plug-ins… Watch “PSP Dynamics Plug-Ins Explained” today!