Techivation is a British plugin maker founded by Amin Asbaghipour. It started by releasing the freeware T-De-Esser in October 2021, followed later by a Pro version. The company has got in touch with us to announce the release of their newest plugin, T-Compressor. The team has focused to create a versatile, easy-to-use (and smart-looking, I would add) audio compressor plug-in for modern productions. It offers an innovative and brand-new serial compression chain workflow.
Techivation released the T-De-Esser plug-in in 2021 and their focus was on creating an easy-to-use de-esser, that would help to create a musical and natural sound. And later in October, they released the T-De-Esser Pro, an improved version of T-De-Esser that isn’t just a tool for fixing audio, but also a creative tool for improving sound quality and giving the sound a distinctive personality.
The T-Compressor follows a similar goal as the T-De-Esser, by being super easy to use, and accurate, but with extra innovation and versatility involved. It is also more than just a compressor with its serial compression workflow and multiple compression modes. It is an essential handy tool, designed to shape any kind of sound in a pleasant way.
T-Compressor is available now in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats also as a free, fully functional 14-day trial at techivation.com/t-compressor
● Serial Compression (Up to 3 instances in one plugin, same interface)
Pricing and availability T-Compressor is now available at techivation.com for an introductory offer of 39 USD. Owners of T-De-Esser Pro get a special loyalty offer of 29 USD until April 30th. After that, the plug-in sells for 49 USD. A bundle of both T-De-Esser Pro and T-Compressor will also be available at $69 until April 30th. All Techivation plug-ins can be downloaded in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for any compatible DAW, including Logic, Garageband, Cubase, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, FL Studio, Studio One, etc. Free, fully functional 14-day trials are available. The plug-in also supports the Apple M1 chip natively.
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