PSP Audioware released InfiniStrip. The plugin was already presented at the NAMM exhibition, now it is available to everyone for purchase and free testing.
InfiniStrip offers 24 modules that you can arrange as you wish and combine them into your own effect chains. Modules are divided into eight different types: preamps, filters, compressors, equalizers, limiters, speakers, control modules and special modules. Matching parameters will help you quickly try out different effects of the same type. Each of them has its own side entrance, which is very practical. Depending on the track you are working with, mono or stereo versions of each device are available.
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The graphical user interface provides three different views, so you should always keep an overview on each screen, and 150 factory presets will accelerate the first acquaintance with the plugin. The Audioware InfiniStrip PSP works as AU, VST, VST3, RTAS and AAX on macOS (10.8 and later) and Windows 7 and above. Registration requires a free iLok account. Instructions and demo can be found on the manufacturer’s website. Currently, the plugin is being sold at an introductory price of $129.
Download a free demo version and get more information.: PSP Audioware.