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GComp 1.0

GComp is a general-purpose compressor that offers a host of very useful features


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  • Last Updated: Mar 5, 2013
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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GComp is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Graham Yeadon. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for GComp:

Brothersoft Editor: GComp is a general-purpose compressor that offers a host of very useful features not found in other Similar tools, such as a system of visual feedback and a full complement of parameters with which to craft exactly the right kind of compression for the job.

The visual feedback is only a tool, with your ears being the ultimate Judge of having selected appropriate settings.
For applications in which a "ceiling" level is a deciding Factor, peaks are more of a concern than the RMS.
Changing the input gain will have a drastic effect on the way the signal is compressed. This will affect not only your own presets, but the way the factory presets respond to source material.

The GUI features a set of nine knobs which control all of the plug-in's parameters. Each is clearly labelled above, with a user-editable readout below. When working with stereo source material (or creative use of two mono signals in a modular environment), a L/R Link button appears.

Above the knobs is a visual representation of your compression curve, and to the right are windows showing how your settings are affecting incoming audio. With mono source material, only one window appears. With stereo source material, two windows and the L/R Link button appear.

Using Visual Feedback: As you tweak the bottom row of parameters (Thresh, Ratio, Limit, Softness), you will see your changes reflected by the shape of the compression in the top window, as well as in the waveform display window(s) to the right, with lines that are relative to the actual audio. In the waveform display windows, the dark "shadow" waveform is your source material, and the brighter Cyan is the post-compression wave.

Gain: Before the compression Algorithm takes over, this knob allows you to adjust the raw level of the incoming audio. As you adjust the gain, you will see the "shadow" waveform in the display reflect the change made. Since the window only shows up to full scale (0dB).
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