PSPaudioware PSP BinAmp v1.0.0-R2R
PSP BinAmp is a Class A triode* preamp emulation. The specific preamp’s implementation is based on that of the legendary Binson Echorec 2 delay.
The Echorec 2 (in Italian, Echorec 2º meaning “the second Echorec”) was one of a line of famous magnetic drum delays designed and built by Binson Amplificatori Hi-Fi S. p. A. since the 1950s. The Echorec 2 was released in 1960, and is considered by many to be the best-sounding in the line. It had unprecedented quality compared to the tape delays of the era, with a warm and musical sound due to the distinctive character of its Class A triode tube design.
Although the Echorec 2 was incredible for many reasons, the inspiration for PSP BinAmp came from the ingenious design and wonderful sound of its preamplifier. This easy-to-use plug-in provides rich, easily controllable saturation that sounds great on everything from drums and vocals to electric pianos, synthesizers, and drum loops.
Added features include high pass filtering and high-frequency rolloff, a –20 dB pad with output gain compensation, polarity switching at input and output, blend control for saturated/unsaturated signals, and a unique Variation setting that adjusts the individual behavior of multiple instances of the plug-in across your DAW session.
Simple to use and wonderful to hear, PSP BinAmp gives your tracks a little (or a lot) of that rich Binson tone.
High-quality signal processing algorithms
Internal quad sampling (up to 192 kHz) for great sound even at low sample rates
High Pass filter
Preamp Character control
High frequency Rolloff control
Drive level control ±20 dB
Output level control up to ±20 dB
Adjustable Variation between channels and instances of the plug-in
Input PAD –20 dB for processing high level signals
Separate input and output Polarization buttons
Drive or Output level indication
Parameter filtering for smooth and click-free parameter adjustment
Support for sample rates up to 384 kHz
Only 13 samples of latency, regardless of sample rate