Crunchessor is a general-purpose track compressor in PC VST plug-in format. One of its main advantages is the easiness of tuning which at the same time instantly delivers an excellent sonic performance. Another remarkable feature of Crunchessor is its valve-type processing which is applied in parallel to compression. This makes Crunchessor an ideal choice for musicians and producers who are fond of analog compression sound and its warmness.
Beside this Crunchessor offers you a selection of compression coloration styles--by itself a pretty unique feature for a compressor. Choosing an appropriate coloration style you can add a character most suitable for the program material you are working with. As an option, you can disable both coloration and valve warming processing to get a neutral and clean compression sound.
Being a general-purpose compressor Crunchessor can be used for any kind of program material: drums, vocals, bass, guitars, synth sounds, etc. Crunchessor can be suitable both for single track and whole mix processing.
- Easy compressor tuning
- Valve warmness
- Coloration styles
- Fast and slow attack modes
- Gain reduction meter
- Factory presets
- "A-to-B" comparisons
- Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
- All sample rates supported
- 64-bit internal precision
- Native assembler DSP code
Voxengo Crunchessor is available on-line for the introductory price of USD 39. For more information and demo downloads please visit the Voxengo web site: https://www.voxengo.com
Is the introductory price only valid for one day???
or is there something wrong with the date that is written in the purchase section?
Hi Aleksey - I'm out on the road now so I can't audition Crunchessor right yet...
Is it going to sound different than putting Polysquasher & Warmifier together ? If so - how, in you opinion ?
What's new in v1.1a? I'd like to know if I should update to a beta version or wait until the release version.
Quick question: I want to try those new Mode options so do I need to uninstall the previous version first in order to install the 1.1a beta, or can I just run the install program and have it overwrite? Thanks.
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