PSP Audioware has launched a new audio plugin that is designed to deliver pristine analog saturation. PSP Saturator brings its refined algorithms and pushes the quality of saturation to a new level, and can virtually heat up your production.
PSP Saturator emulates the way that analog devices such as tape recorders and valve circuits warm up and saturate your audio material. This is achieved by adding harmonics, dedicated filtering, and dynamic processing. PSP Saturator uses three algorithms to emulate these devices and offers eight different shape modes for loads of flexibility from subtle mix mojo to outright audio destruction.
PSP Saturator features
- 8 different saturation shapes for a variety of tonal flavors.
- Three signal sculpting engines (low, high, overall saturation).
- Adjustable Low and High band processing engines for adequate, band-related warming effects.
- Parallel mix option, with internal intelligent phase alignment.
- Multiple metering modes for signal analysis.
- Additional control panel for fine-tuning of various saturation parameters and smoothing.
- Three output modes (off, sat, lim) for shaping the final output stage.
- Input and Output gain controls, with optional relative link.
- Optional “FAT” quad-sampling for pristine saturation quality.
- Very low internal latency of 6 samples.
- 200 presets designed by top engineers and producers.
Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for Windows and Mac, PSP Saturator is on sale for the introductory price of $69 USD at PSP Audioware and from distributor PluginFox until November 14th, 2021 (regular $99 USD).