A studio-quality multiband compressor based on the MD3 algorithm.

Risskov, Denmark (September 22, 2015) -- TC Electronic announces HyperGravity Compressor, the latest addition to their ingenious line of TonePrint pedals.

With HyperGravity Compressor, TC Electronic has set a new standard for what a compact compressor stompbox is able to do.

Based on the MD3 multiband compression algorithm found in System6000, their studio production masterpiece, HyperGravity Compressor is able to produce a plethora of compression tones right out of the box. From super transparent and ultra-musical compression tones normally only found in high-end studio racks, to the classic squash and squeeze of yesteryears compressor stompboxes, it's all there and then some!

Features:

  • Studio-Quality Multiband Compressor
  • Vintage mode for classic stompbox compression
  • TonePrint enabled - for a world of signature and customizable effects
  • Compact design
  • True Bypass

With HyperGravity Compressor's TonePrint functionality, you can beam custom-made compression tones to the pedal or dive deep into the wealth of parameters available via the free TonePrint Editor and create your very own compression tone from scratch.

Dialing in shimmery, sustaining tones with perfectly even dynamics couldn't be easier and with its compact enclosure and true bypass design for an unaltered reproduction of your original guitar tone, HyperGravity Compressor is ready to take the throne as the new king of compression.

Available: Early October in Europe and Late October in the US
Price: $129.99 US Estimated Price / £99 UK SSP / €129 EU SSP

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