UrsaDSP – Boost

FEATURES

  • Increase average loudness with no clipping and minimal distortion
  • UrsaDSP’s Trajectory Technology detection algorithm maximizes gain at every step
  • Focus control can push quiet sections harder than loud sections and reveal hidden details in audio with up to 52dB dynamic gain
  • Set Input gain up to 28dB and Output ceiling up to 0dB – Boost’s algorithms mean there’s no clipping, ever
  • Choose Attack and Release times to complement your audio
  • Add harmonic distortion using the Drive control
  • Activate the extra Punch setting to add more power to transients
  • Set Max Gain to keep very quiet sounds unaffected
  • Compare signals with the Bypass button

Requirements:

Windows 7 or later.

Format:

VST 3

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Description

Pro Maximizer With An Upward Focus

Coming from UrsaDSP, Boost increases the loudness of audio material. Use it as a signal enhancer during mastering, or to reveal hidden details while mixing or creating new sounds. Set the Output Ceiling, dial in Attack and Release times, and use the main Boost dial to get anything from a gentle increase in average loudness to an all-out smashed-up signal. UrsaDSP Boost applies transparent signal maximization for a professional sound, and thanks to the unique Focus control, you can maximize a signal upwardly, applying more gain to quieter sounds – NO CLIPPING, ever. A Drive control (plus extra Punch setting for transients) are on-hand to add energy and warmth to the signal.

Focus: Upward Maximizing

Increase Boost’s Focus control and quieter parts of the audio signal will be processed harder than louder parts. By bringing quiet signals up instead of peak-limiting loud signals, Boost offers a different way to control dynamic range, and can bring out hidden details in an audio signal.

Increase Average Loudness

Boost’s ‘upward maximization’ process is an alternative way to reduce a signal’s dynamic range without simply clipping the highest peaks into distortion or resorting to soft clipping. This method, combined with Boost’s Trajectory Technology, leaves the signal more transparent, and can squash dynamic range even further than most limiters, should you wish.

Additional information

Operating System

Windows Only