McDSP Retro Pack Native v6 Plug-In Bundle

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McDSP Retro Pack Native v6 Plug-In Bundle

Retro plug-ins are designed for the ultimate vintage vibe, using new and original designs based on McDSP's decade of industry experience. Retro plug-ins are a line of 'classics' that can live up to their own name without emulating something else.

McDSP Retro Pack Native v6 Plug-In Bundle Details
Retro plug-ins are designed for the ultimate vintage vibe, using new and original designs based on McDSP?s decade of industry experience. Retro plug-ins are a line of ?classics? that can live up to their own name without emulating something else.

McDSP Retro Pack Native v6 Plug-In Bundle Includes
  • 4020 Retro EQ
  • 4030 Retro Compressor
  • 4040 Retro Limiter
McDSP Retro Pack Native v6 Plug-In Bundle Specifications
  • HD supports: AAX DSP/Native, TDM, RTAS, AU, AS, VST
  • Native Supports: AAX Native, RTAS, AU, AS, VST
  • McDSP HD and Native plug-ins are compatible with Pro Tools HDX, HD, Express, Pro Tools LE and Pro Tools M-Powered systems as well as VST & Audio Unit compatible DAWs including Logic, Digital Performer (DP), Ableton Live, Cubase, Nuendo and others.
  • McDSP supports Intel-Mac systems running Mac OS X 10.7.x (Lion), 10.8.x (Mountain Lion), 10.9.x (Mavericks), 10.10.x (Yosemite), Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
  • McDSP plug-ins require an iLok2 USB Smart Key for authorization.

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  • 5
    nice bundle to compliment other plugins

    Posted by christopher "Czar" smith on Sep 18th 2011

    All three plugins in this bundle are easy to use and are IMO the sexiest plugins McDSP has made.

    The compressor isn't fast enough for me on vocals but sometimes will get the job done. I mostly use it on drum buss, bass, and strings. The mix knob is great to have, especially for drum buss.

    The EQ can seem subtle even at 15db boost but I really like it on vocals and drums. You can't see frequencies your dialing in between the labeled frequencies so it forces you to use your ears and I like that.

    The Limiter I use on everything from vocals to drum to bass, mainly to keep a track from clipping that I'm pushing really hot. Turning the knobs you can't see the exact value your at so for this reason I wouldn't recommend it for mastering, but McDSP does make a very good mastering limiter.

    Overall none of these are my first choice when reaching for a plugin, but these are great plugins to have to compliment your other plugins.