Tools for the discerning audio craftsman
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The Pink Compressor Bundle contains two unique and flexible Compressors-Plugins, a mono compressor and a multiband compressor.All plugins use our improved innovative technology Acqua that will empower you to achieve amazing results with only a few simple touches.
Acustica Audio’s original PINK channel strip compressor has been so popular that the company have expanded the concept into two specialist PINK comps that might be the most flexible and juiciest multi-band emulations on the market!
Common parameters like attack, release, threshold, and make-up gain (all of which are per-band - not global) allow an extremely wide range of adjustments….but this is just the start!
PINK has two types of compression - feedback and feed-forward, both global. Similarly, the preamp section can be globally inserted for that extra mojo.
Each band may be bypassed individually and there are three compression knee curve: soft, medium, and hard. PINK’s “insane” mode increases the accuracy of the compression by raising the program rate (at the cost of higher CPU usage).
An exciting new feature of the PINK compressor is “ShMod” - an adjustable shape control for the attack behaviour of the compressor. It allows you to fine-tune the attack shape so you can really customise the attack behaviour of the audio source.
Another innovative feature that also exponentially increases the versatility of this compressor is the continuously variable (not just a fixed On-Off button) side-chain filter and tilt eq. That’s right, you've read correctly: a tilt eq in the filtering section. In this way you may use a standard HP filtering to increase or decrease the bass content that hits the compressor, but you may also engage the tilt eq to shape the frequencies hitting the plugin. It can be a huge time-saver and provides many ways to quickly try some creative approaches to the music you are working with.
The cross-over filters cover a large frequency selection (from 100Hz-600Hz and from 1.5kHz-12kHz) and come in three flavours. The first is a “Titanium-like” digital filter. It's very clean and very, VERY accurate. Almost perfect magnitude and phase. The second one is more of an “analog” type filter. It's more like a “Classic Ivory” filter and tends to be less precise, but very colourful. The third type is what Acustica calls “Jolly”. It's based on a wonderful Homebrew unit built especially for this library.
Add to this a per-band wet/dry function that referred to as the NYC parameter. Having the ability to set the wet/dry mix for each band is something that many “algo” compressors shy away from, because it is not easy to implement gracefully and in a fully functional way. Here you'll find it as a very powerful feature, and very simple to use, as well.