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PSP InfiniStrip Released
Old 7th April 2020
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PSP InfiniStrip Released

http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/...p_infinistrip/

PSP InfiniStrip is an infinitely configurable channel strip plug-in (AAX, AudioUnit, VST, VST3, RTAS) based on 20 years PSP experience in developing HANDCRAFTED PLUG-INS for tracking, mixing and mastering. PSP InfiniStrip can be used for mixing, tracking or live streaming/broadcasting anywhere you need a great sounding and easy to configure channel strip, without having to worry about latency!

That's right - you can configure PSP InfiniStrip with whatever modules you need and track through them with confidence that the plug-in isn't adding any latency at all to your recorded signal! ZERO LATENCY. FULL IMPACT.


  • 22 independent processors divided into 8 types of modules (preamps, filters, compressors, equalisers, limiters, dynamic modules [expander, ducker and gate], control and special modules) to create your custom channel strip.
  • 7 dedicated “slots” for you to add one module from each type of processing modules, and 2 flexible insert slots for any module type.
  • Parameters matching. Swipe through different compressors, EQs without touching a knob. Look for your preferred colour and flavour.
  • 3 different view modes (full, resizeable, and mini view mode) designed for different workflows and screen sizes.
  • External side-chain support for each module independently.
  • Includes both Mono and Stereo plug-in versions for different track types.
  • Zero latency processing.
  • Over 150 presets designed by top sound engineers from around the world.

On sale for $129 ($199 afterwards)

Note: existing customers get extra loyalty discount when added to basket.

Full details and links: http://www.pspaudioware.com/plugins/...p_infinistrip/

In order to run PSP InfiniStrip in 30-day trail mode or activate it, you need an iLok user ID which you can create for free at www.ilok.com, and you need to install the free iLok License Manager application. A hardware USB iLok dongle is NOT required, however it is optional. You can activate the license in 3 separate locations, each of which can be either a computer or an iLok dongle (2nd generation or above). You can move these licenses at any time using PACE's iLok License Manager software.

Official Videos





PSP InfiniStrip Modules

Preamps:
Gain [NEW] - pure gain with automated gain adjustment.
Pre 60s [NEW] - as Gain plus valve type of preamp emulation.
Pre 70s [NEW] - as Gain plus discreet preamp with a transformer.
Pre 80s [NEW] - as Gain plus discreet transformer less preamp.
ADC 90s [NEW] - as Gain plus 12 bit nonlinear analog to digital converter.

Filters:
Basic Filters [NEW] - low and high pass filters with three slopes options per filter.
Pro Filters [NEW] - Basic Filters plus middle filter with five filters types to choose from.
S.C.Filters [NEW] - as Pro Filters but dedicated for the side chain processing.

Gate/Expander/Ducker:
Expander [NEW] - expander with built in side chain filters and optional external side chain input.
Gate [NEW] - gate with side chain filters and optional external side chain input.
Ducker [NEW] - ducker with side chain filters and optional external side chain input.

Compressors:
Opto Pressor [NEW] - optical compressor with optional external side chain input.
FET Pressor [REDESIGNED] - redesigned for channel processing version of the PSP FETpressor with optional external side chain input.
VCA Pressor [NEW] - VCA compressor designed for channel processing with optional external side chain input.

Equalizers:
ChannelQ [NEW] - general purpose equalizer.
PreQursor [REDESIGNED] - redesigned for channel processing version of the PSP preQursor.
RetroQ [REDESIGNED & UPGRADED] - redesigned and upgraded for channel processing version of the PSP RetroQ.

Limiters:
VCA Lim [EXISTING] - in strip implementation of the PSP TwinL.
Opto Lim [EXISTING] - in strip implementation of the PSP TwinL.

Control:
Master Control [NEW] - fader, width, balance and meter.

Special:
De-esser [NEW] - unique dresser algorithm.
De-hummer [NEW] - hum noise reduction algorithm.

Last edited by b0se; 7th April 2020 at 09:56 PM..
Old 7th April 2020
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$129 for...

3x Preamps
1x ADDA emu
3x Filters
1x Gate
1x Expander
1x Ducker
3x Comp
3x EQ
2x Limiter
1x Deess
1x Dehum
- Low CPU
- Zero latency

... seems pretty good to me

Plus, it sounds great :¬)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by b0se ➡️
$129 for...

3x Preamps
1x ADDA emu
3x Filters
1x Gate
1x Expander
1x Ducker
3x Comp
3x EQ
2x Limiter
1x Deess
1x Dehum
- Low CPU
- Zero latency

... seems pretty good to me

Plus, it sounds great :¬)
+1

...and $116.10 at JRR
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Got my eyes on this one since it has been announced and here we go. PSP have one of the best sounding plugins out on the market ever since. Who didn't use PSP WintageWarmer? Man memories ;-)

Love the features in this C-Strip especially "parameter matching of plugin of same class", clever ;-)

Gonna give this a try asap today and congrats to PSPAudio Team.

Hope they keep on improving this beast with additional modules down the road and more ;-)

Great positive week to all and stay Safe making music, Everything is gonna be JUST FINE
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nokturnal ➡️
+1

...and $116.10 at JRR
$114.81 if you type in forum in the discount codes! Every penny counts
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Great Plugin or should I say plugins, great company and great price...

Old 7th April 2020
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Got it for $90 in my account, which is amazing value and it sounds amazing!
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1GB download....come on internet let me at it
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Which are the impressions? I am looking for an alternative to VMR and this could be a good option.
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After 5 minutes I am blown away. Feel like selling everything else. WTF is this sorcery?
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I have crazy high CPU with this. More than any AA channel strip...
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Originally Posted by kuulart ➡️
I have crazy high CPU with this. More than any AA channel strip...
Averaging between 3 and 10 depending on what is engaged on an old i5 iMac.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kuulart ➡️
I have crazy high CPU with this. More than any AA channel strip...
I have just replaced NI VC-2A and PSP E27 with and PSP InfiniStrip running - Pre 80s>Basic Filters>Fet Pressor>RetroQ>De-esser>Opto Lim and am getting around 5-10% less CPU consumption!
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Ugh... just when I feel like I don’t need anything new for a while.
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Full strip (all slots used) is only 1.1 to 1.2% CPU here.
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Full strip (all slots used) is only 1.1 to 1.2% CPU here.

CPU model is?
Old 7th April 2020
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I do find it odd from a marketing perspective that no where on the product page does it tell me what 22 different processors are modeled, only the general categories (compressor, eq, etc...)
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Originally Posted by init0 ➡️
CPU model is?
6700K
Old 7th April 2020
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Looks dope but i'm unemployed for the time being and have no desire to drop schmeckles on plugins at the moment. Looks like a solid release tho, maybe in the future in a sale or something for me. Nice one psp.
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soon testing. waited on that for a while.
@ b0se how does it compare to the McDSP 6050 strip?

Deal seems nice to me!
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I do find it odd from a marketing perspective that no where on the product page does it tell me what 22 different processors are modeled, only the general categories (compressor, eq, etc...)
I find it odd from quite a few different perspectives x 22.

I mean, not even individual pics with the name of insert let alone a brief description. Maybe they were rushing to get this out, but I don't know why with many folks' wallets extremely tight right now.

Edit: Just checked the cart and I was able to get it under $100 due to the plugins I have, plus I got a small discount for participating in the slogan contest. Not bad considering I paid what I considered the no-brainer intro price for the Sonimus strip.

Last edited by PointOfDeparture; 7th April 2020 at 03:14 PM.. Reason: Add my cost
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Originally Posted by scarlettsroom ➡️
Which are the impressions? I am looking for an alternative to VMR and this could be a good option.
I'm also curious how well it fares against VMR. My fav VMR modules are VTC and FET Vintage.
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Originally Posted by PointOfDeparture ➡️
I find it odd from quite a few different perspectives x 22.

I mean, not even individual pics with the name of insert let alone a brief description. Maybe they were rushing to get this out, but I don't know why with many folks' wallets extremely tight right now.

Edit: Just checked the cart and I was able to get it under $100 due to the plugins I have, plus I got a small discount for participating in the slogan contest. Not bad considering I paid what I considered the no-brainer intro price for the Sonimus strip.
I have no doubt it will be a quality product, just would love to know what's in it. Is it a compilation of existing PSP plugs or all new stuff?

In any case I'm sure someone will list out whats in here soon enough.
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Originally Posted by Kisame ➡️
I'm also curious how well it fares against VMR. My fav VMR modules are VTC and FET Vintage.
Are you in the subscription model? I ask, because I am in the moment that I would like to invest in analog model plugins and I do not know what to do. I would like to know the opinions of people who are in the sub model and also acquire other plugins.

I do no like subscription models but if I compare this kind of plugins vs to have a lot of plugins during 1 year it does not seem so expensive.

Thanks in advance!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by scarlettsroom ➡️
Are you in the subscription model? I ask, because I am in the moment that I would like to invest in analog model plugins and I do not know what to do. I would like to know the opinions of people who are in the sub model and also acquire other plugins.

I do no like subscription models but if I compare this kind of plugins vs to have a lot of plugins during 1 year it does not seem so expensive.

Thanks in advance!
PSP has excellent analog modeled pliugins. I'd put them up there with Waves (actually can be great) and Plugin Alliance. Acoustica Audio also has great stuff but the CPU hit on their products is a bit insane.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by motomotomoto ➡️
I have no doubt it will be a quality product, just would love to know what's in it. Is it a compilation of existing PSP plugs or all new stuff?

In any case I'm sure someone will list out whats in here soon enough.
In the NAMM video from gearslutz, they mention that they have tweaked and refine the algorithms but it could be to make them Zero Latency or another feature.

It would be very unsual to improve all the algorithms of the different plugins, pack them in one plugin and sell it for less than all the plugins separately.
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Originally Posted by scarlettsroom ➡️
In the NAMM video from gearslutz, they mention that they have tweaked and refine the algorithms but it could be to make them Zero Latency or another feature.

It would be very unsual to improve all the algorithms of the different plugins, pack them in one plugin and sell it for less than all the plugins separately.
significantly less. My price is around 100 bucks for 22 plugins.
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Congrats on the release to the PSP team - best wishes with the new strip, it looks fantastic.

BTW the user manual link on the pspaudioware.com product page is not working.

Via the product purchase page at pspaudioware.net, the InfiniStrip manual link points to oldTimerMB's PDF (but is also broken).
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I've been trying this out today and think it sounds really good. I love the workflow of this plugin and find it very intuitive to use. However, I already own Waves Omni Channel which also sounds great and is pretty comprehensive. I also own PSP's Fet Pressor, Twin L, E27, Xenon, 2445 and Nexcellence along with stacks of other plugins. This makes me wonder if PSP InfiniStrip is worth adding?
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Originally Posted by alibling ➡️
soon testing. waited on that for a while.
@ b0se how does it compare to the McDSP 6050 strip?

Deal seems nice to me!
Just got back to the studio, will compare them
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