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DSP-2 - Vocal processor
DSP-2 is a high precision insert effect for vocal processing.

DSP-2 includes an Intelligent Dynamic Processor, a saturator, a four band equalizer fixed on vocal key frequencies and a room emulator based on the Schroeder reverberator. DSP-2 has been designed to be an easy to understand solution for all your vocal processing needs.
  • Intelligent Dynamic Processor (IDP).
  • 4 different automatic operative modes.
  • Selectable compression ratio.
  • Saturator with three different operation modes.
  • EQ fixed on vocal key frequencies.
  • Room emulator based on Schroeder reverb model.
  • Transparent increment of the perceived volume level.
  • High precision input/output VU-meter.
  • Low CPU usage.

(9.7 Mb)
  V 1.0


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Aug 18 2016
  Fatty Tek Hed
  5  / 5
Excellent vocal processor, combined saturation, compression, air, reverb and EQ. Sounds really great and looks just as good. Try this on percussion loops as well as vocal, it's fabulous. Thanks Massimo, a work of art my friend...
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Jul 15 2016
  5  / 5
You need at least 5 plugs to replace this one... I doubt they will sound as ANALOG as this babe does :) LOVE this PLUG.
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Jul 01 2016
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Jun 14 2016
  5  / 5
WoW x WoW = WoW (five stars)
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May 10 2016
  ?  / 5
I've been wanting to try this for a while and got my chance earlier today. I had two identical instances of a vocal track, a solo male voice, one with just DSP-2 and the second with Renaissance Channel. The material I was working with had been recorded with some sort of slapback delay which was just long enough to catch the vocalist's next breath every time so I had to try to tame that too. Anyway, I managed to quickly set up a very nice set of parameters in DSP-2 which were able to turn a dodgy recording into a full-bodied, up front and confident sounding one, and it managed to level it at the same time! The other track was ok, but I ended up using about five different plugins to get something halfway decent. If I had some well recorded and dry material to work with I think the results would have been outstanding with DSP-2 and I can't wait to try that!
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Jan 12 2016
  5  / 5
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