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PSP Audioware – new InfiniStrip channel strip plug-in

Posted on: Tuesday 7th of April 2020

The developers at Warsaw based PSP Audioware have been busy in their (20th) anniversary year.  InfiniStrip is an infinitely configurable channel strip plug-in (AAX, AudioUnit, VST, VST3, RTAS) . “PSP InfiniStrip can be used for mixing, tracking or live streaming/broadcasting anywhere you need a great sounding and easy to configure channel strip, without having to worry about latency! That’s right – you can configure PSP InfiniStrip with whatever modules you need and track through them with confidence that the plug-in isn’t adding any latency at all to your recorded signal! ZERO LATENCY. FULL IMPACT.”  From a brief trial of the beta InfiniStrip at NAMM, we reckon they’re right to be excited. Expect a full Resolution review soon.

The price is right as well: Until April 14th PSP InfiniStrip is offered at the special introductory price of $129. Then, until May 10th PSP InfiniStrip will be offered at $149. Starting from May 11th PSP InfiniStrip regular price $199 will be applied (includes sales or VAT taxes).

PSP InfiniStrip offers the following features:
✔ 22 independent processors divided into 8 types of modules (preamps, filters, compressors, equalisers, limiters, dynamic modules [expander, ducker and gate], control and special modules) to create your custom channel strip.
✔ 7 dedicated “slots” for you to add one module from each type of processing modules, and 2 flexible insert slots for any module type.
✔ Parameters matching. Swipe through different compressors, EQs without touching a knob. Look for your preferred colour and flavour.
✔ 3 different view modes (full, resizeable, and mini view mode) designed for different workflows and screen sizes.
✔ External side-chain support for each module independently.
✔ Includes both Mono and Stereo plug-in versions for different track types.
✔ Zero latency processing.
✔ Over 150 presets designed by “top sound engineers from around the world”.

www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/tools_and_meters/psp_infinistrip/



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