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PSP VintageWarmer demo released - the Best looking and s

Dear Friend,

We are very delighted to inform you that we have released
a PSP VintageWarmer demo version for MAC and PC.

The PSP VintageWarmer has been designed to ensure high-quality analog sound
and to add a certain kind of distortion depending on the options and
settings of the processing mode and the source material. We have done
everything in our power to make sure it is not digital distortion, so that
you can use it to produce analog sound during mixing and mastering of
digital recordings.

For more details visit our pages:
http://www.PSPaudioware.com/start/vintage.html

Regards from Poland

Your PSP team
Antoni Ozynski & Mateusz Wozniak

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monty teebaum Sun, 09/30/2001 - 14:57

Originally posted by AntOz:
Dear Friend,

We are very delighted to inform you that we have released
a PSP VintageWarmer demo version for MAC and PC.

The PSP VintageWarmer has been designed to ensure high-quality analog sound
and to add a certain kind of distortion depending on the options and
settings of the processing mode and the source material. We have done
everything in our power to make sure it is not digital distortion, so that
you can use it to produce analog sound during mixing and mastering of
digital recordings.

For more details visit our pages:
http://www.PSPaudioware.com/start/vintage.html

Regards from Poland

Your PSP team
Antoni Ozynski & Mateusz Wozniak
im shocked how good your plugin is!
mabye im a little bit tired now, so i wanna test is with fresh ears tomorrow again, but i like the concept & how the limiter works, also heavy settings don't sound squeesed. a thing i miss is a dithering/noiuseshaping-section.

AntOz Mon, 10/22/2001 - 13:45

Dear Friend,
I would like to inform you that we announce the release of the full version
of our PSP VintageWarmer. Unlike our previousplug-ins it is available both
in VST and DX versions. Because of this it is possible to use it without
additional wrappers in applications such as SONAR, Acid, Vegas, Sound Forge, Cool Edit Pro and
others, which are compatible with the DirectX standard.
For our current and new users we have prepared a super offer, which will be available over the next two weeks.

Check it out!!!

Antoni Ozynski
http://www.PSPaudioware.com

zap Tue, 11/13/2001 - 00:02

Warm seems to mean "boosted lows" to a lot of people, or possibly "nonlinearily amplified lows" (to intentionally introduce harmonic distorsion).

It also means "less harsh highs", i.e. take the clarity out of it :D

I dunno, I do all my mastering through QuadraFUZZ. So sue me. :D

/Z

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