Note: this post is from 2007, outbound links may be broken.

Terry West releases CompEq

Terry West CompEq

Terry West has released version 0.5 of CompEq, a freeware smooth compressor and equalizer VST effect plugin.

Features

  • Compressor
    • InputGain, Attack, Release, Ratio, Threshold and OutputGain controls
    • Input/output/reduction meters
    • Bypass, Meters on/off, Auto Makeup
  • Equalizer
    • Low, LowMid, HiMid, High and Air controls with reset buttons
    • Eq on/off, Preboost full/low, Finetune controls
  • Many presets included

You can download CompEq v0.5 here.

Note: You can also download CompEq from rekkerd.org below (the archive includes a mono and a stereo version)

Update 12-07-2007: version 0.6 available

Updated in v0.6

  • Compressor bypass works now without disabling the Eq-section
  • Output gain fixed
  • Added readout-meters respond and update rate controls

CompEQ v0.6 Downloads: 9194 times

CompEq v0.5 can still be downloaded as well

CompEQ v0.5 Downloads: 832 times

  • http://mandeepkaka@yahoo.com mandeep singh

    my muice compney

  • http://www.digitallofi.com digital lofi

    SynthMaker?

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    I’m pretty sure Terry uses SynthEdit, and I believe he writes most of the DSP code for it as well.

  • http://www.digitallofi.com digital lofi

    Just for the record, I ask not out of any prejudice – you know, I just find development interesting. I personally wish I knew more how some plugins were coded. The few times I’ve tried to use SynthEdit… baffled.

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    Yeah, many SynthEdit and SynthMaker plug-ins are top notch quality. Some developers code all DSP code and just use SE/SM for the GUI (i.e. I believe Sylenth1 was done in SynthEdit).
    Unfortunately there’s also a lot of (sub)standard SE/SM garbage out there, making it harder for proper developers to be taken seriously when using these programs.

    I tried doing some simple synths in SE myself but found it much harder than I expected. In the end I only released one little plug-in: http://rekkerd.org/little-critters-vsti/

    Basically a simple rompler with some stock effects.

u-he Uhbik plugins

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