McDSP SPC2000 Native

SPC2000 Serial/Parallel Compressor – Native

The SPC2000 Compressor features multiple parallel and serial compression combinations.

$58.00

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Description

Features

  • Multiple parallel and serial compression combinations
  • Compression curve modeling
  • Multiple peak detection circuits
  • Multi-compressor control linking
  • Analog Saturation Modeling
  • Double precision processing
  • Ultra Low Latency

It takes the power and flexibility of the now classic CompressorBank plug-in by McDSP, and offers two, three, and four stage configurations with serial and parallel routing combinations unlike any dynamic processor. Couple this routing capability with the ability to emulate any other compressor, and it’s clear the SPC2000 is a serious audio tool.

SPC2000 is three plug-ins:

SPC202 – Two-stage configuration

SPC303 – Three-stage configuration

SPC404 – Four-stage configuration

Knee

The Knee control has three ranges of values – undershoot range is -10 to 0, overshoot range is 0 to +10, and overshoot with compression ‘tail’ is +10 to +15. The undershoot range creates a smoothed transition from unity gain (1:1 compression ratio) to the selected compression ratio. This effect emulates the trademarked ‘over easy’ compression curves of the dbx compressors. The overshoot range allows the compressor to ‘miss’, or ‘overshoot’ the desired compression ratio and ultimately recover to a linear compression curve. This effect creates pumping/breathing effects found in such compressors as the Neve 33609CTM.
SPC2000 Knee controls
SPC2000 Analog Modeling

Analog Modeling

The SPC2000 plug-in uses the compression algorithms from the McDSP CompressorBank plug-in. Thus, the SPC2000 plug-in can model a wide variety of vintage and contemporary compressor implementations – in serial and parallel. Imagine a dbx 165 operating in parallel with a Neve 33609CT then followed in series by a Teletronix LA2A.

Time Constants

The SPC2000 compressors have two types of Time Constant (TC) circuit algorithms to emulate the TC circuit responses (and hence sound) of other compressors: Pure Peak Detection (Type-1) and Adaptive Release (Type-2). With Pure Peak Detection, the release response is unaffected by new signals if those signal levels are below the current release level. However, with Adaptive Release, the release response is affected by new signal regardless of the signal level relative to the current release level.
SPC2000 Time Constants

Additional information

FORMATS

HD v6: AAX DSP/Native, AU, VST3
Native v6: AAX Native, AU, VST3

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