Frederick Alonso releases Infinity free mastering compressor plugin

By Stephen Rich|2016-11-07T13:47:42+00:00January 17th, 2015|Free VST Plugins|

infinityFrederick Alonso aka BUTZ has announced the release of the free Infinity, a class-A audio compressor for mastering purposes and inspired by analog Pultec, Thermionic and API 2500 circuits.

The strength of this compressor lies partly in parallel multi-compression in combination with sub selection.
The audio becomes wider, more dynamic and has a warm rounded tone that benefits low end (Sub tones).
Tube saturation can be added on top of mid/high frequencies to give more sparkle and focus.

Video demo:

I checked the plugin, I will not comment the quality of audio signal (where I am now, I have some cheap ATH-M20 headphones) but what I noticed so far, the buttons have a long range and respond a little slow.

Frederic Alonso said that he wants to transpose this plugin in an analog version, the new circuit design being patented since 2014. So expect a high quality plugin.

The Infinity is designed for the mastering stage, but that does not mean you can not use anywhere you want, for example as Mastering/Buss Compressor inside the Mastering Buss- with good results out of your audio.

Infinity is available for free for PC and Mac VST, 32bit only. You can use it in 64-bit DAWs via jBridge.

More info:

Infinity free mastering compressor plugin

About the Author: Stephen Rich

Stephen Rich
Stephen is the founder of flstudiomusic, and every day brings you the latest music production news. He also writes reviews from time to time. You can find him on Facebook.

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