PSP InfiniStrip comes with 22 processors and features zero latency.
At this year’s NAMM Show in January, I got a sneak peak at one of PSPaudioware’s most ambitious products ever, PSP InfiniStrip. It’s a virtual channel strip plug-in that hosts as many as nine processor modules simultaneously. It’s equally useful for tracking, mixing, mastering, and live broadcast or streaming. Best of all, PSPaudioware says it doesn’t add any latency at all to your signal path.
Take a look at PSP InfiniStrip’s features:
- Twenty-two independent processors divided into eight module types to create your custom channel strip, including preamps, filters, compressors, equalizers, limiters, dynamics modules (expander, ducker, and gate), control, and special modules
- Seven dedicated slots for you to add one module from each module type, as well as two flexible insert slots for any module type
- Parameters matching: swipe through different compressors or EQs without touching a knob
- Three different view modes (full, resizable, and mini view mode) designed for different workflows and screen sizes
- Independent external side-chain support for each module
- Includes both mono and stereo plug-in versions for different track types
- Zero latency processing
- More than 150 presets designed by top sound engineers from around the world
Like all PSP plug-ins, InfiniStrip runs in Windows and macOS in a variety of plug-in formats. AAX, AU, RTAS, VST, and VST3 support ensures compatibility with all popular DAWs and host software. In addition, InfiniStrip is both 32- and 64-bit compatible on either computer platform, and copy protection is via iLok.
PSP InfiniStrip’s introductory price is $129 from now until April 14. The sale price after that will be $149 until May 10. Beginning on May 11, it will sell for its regular price, $199. To order, visit PSPaudioware online.