TDR Feedback Compressor is a carefully designed RMS-based dynamic range compressor. The processor is dedicated to sum/bus compression and is the result of an intensive study about the musical behavior of “classic” feed-back compressor designs. Most modern compressors analyze the input signal to control gain reduction. The feed-back compressor design however “listens” to its output. This non-intuitive approach delivers an unobtrusive and highly musical compression characteristic that is able to handle complex signals with ease.
TDR Feedback Compressor
Tokyo Dawn Labs want to emphasize the fact that the processor neither tries to emulate any previously available device, nor does it follow popular trends like “virtual analogue”, “vintage” or similar buzz terms. This is a proud digital processor, made an immense amount of love and care.
TDR Feedback Compressor features:
Typical “Feed-Back Compression” musicality and behavior.
All relevant calculations are done at 64-bit precision.
Differential oversampling structure (only the “wet” part is oversampled).
Re-sampling via high quality linear phase filters.
Lostin70s releases Devil’s Tube Spring a simple low delay Spring Reverb based on convolution. There is a choice between two spring types (one with 2 springs and one with 3 springs and a clearer timbre).
Devil’s tube Spring Features :
You can choose the spring model.
You can adjust the amount of reverb : 0dB means Dry output, The dry level is keep unchanged while you increase the amount of reverb, so be careful of saturation.
You can adjust the length of the reverb: HQ mode means the original full length (and full Impulse response, Need higher CPU ), Std means the standard spring length (at lower CPU than HQ mode).
No added Delay by the plugin (the delay depends only on the sound card and host plugin delay) for better live experience.
Devil’s tube Spring is available to download as a 32/64 bit plugin for Windows at Lostin70s.