Skip to Store Area:

Welcome to JRRshop.com!

You have no items in your shopping cart.


You're currently on:

+ Click images to enlarge

Overloud Gem Comp G VCA Master Bus Compressor Plugin

Email to a Friend

Be the first to review this product

Manufacturer

Availability: Immediate email delivery.

$119.00
Add Items to Cart

Quick Overview

Download License! Email Delivery!


Overloud's Comp G is the revolutionary simulation of a legendary British VCA Master Bus compressor.

 

COMP G VCA MASTER BUS COMPRESSOR

Overloud's Comp G is the revolutionary simulation of a legendary British VCA Master Bus compressor.

 

Key Features

Hyper-realistic emulation of the original unit thanks to 4th generation DSP technology
Built-in Parallel Compression
Built-in Mid-Side Processing
Built-in filters on the Sidechain
Continuous time and ratio selection
Low CPU usage: more than 1,000 instances on a MacBook Pro Retina
Meter Calibration: calibrate the VU meters at 4 different sensitivities
And much more!

 

 

BEYOND THE ORIGINAL HARDWARE

Comp G adds features that are not available in the original hardware, such as mid‑side processing, parallel compression and EQ on the sidechain.

 

 

 

BUILT-IN PARALLEL COMPRESSION

Parallel compression is a powerful mixing technique that helps improve the overall impact of the track while leaving the transients intact. With the Comp G you can create this technique without needing complex routings inside your DAW — just turn the Parallel knob!

 

 

BUILT-IN MID-SIDE PROCESSING

With Comp G you can separately compress the Mono (Mid) and Stereo (side) elements of the track, using different compression settings for each, giving you complete control over the dynamics. For instance, you can squeeze the stereo aspect to tighten the room mics and get an in-your-face drum sound.

 

 

BUILT-IN LOW CUT ON SIDECHAIN

You can tweak a Low Cut filter on the Sidechain in Comp G to reduce the compressor sensitivity to the lower frequencies. This is particularly useful to control the amount of "pumping" effect in the stem or mix due to pulsating bass frequencies.

Variant1