PSP MasterComp and 608 MuItiDelay

Rudolph, Barry
February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p102
The article features the latest processors, PSP MasterComp and the 608 MultiDelay, developed by PSPaudioware of Jozefoslaw, Poland. MasterComp is a precision mastering compressor with a peak limiter that runs on personal computer only. The 608 is a multidelay processor with eight delays feeding a stereo bus.


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