I have recently released a new preamp sim, made for this year's KVR Audio Developer Challenge.
It is actually a model of 3 different devices:
ISP Decimator, Orange Squeezer and Sansamp PSA (all are trademarks of their respective owners)
It's a bit rushed, because I had a hard deadline and I was getting a new job at the same time.
Download for free here:
And, if you happen to have a KVR Audio account, consider voting for it here (before December, 18th)
http://www.kvraudio.com/kvr-developer-c ... dc16-12751
And as always, your opinions and suggestions are appreciated. Sound samples are very welcome too!
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Asam wrote:Is it possible to disable the preamp to use the gate and comp on their own? Also does it have an IR loader?
Yes, every part can be completely bypassed (there are 3 "enable" buttons).
Note this though:
- oversampling only affects the preamp
- oversampling is always engaged, regardless of the preamp's enable state.
So for you application keep oversampling at 1x, which would give you 100% transparency.
Also, there may be some problems with stereo image after the compression, looking into it right now.
IR was part of the plan (another "rack unit" below the preamp), but was dropped due to the lack of time. There are many IR loaders out there, and I'm sure most of them are close to ideal algorithm-wise.
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