Introducing the ultimate mastering tool. Ranked #3 in the top 7 multiband compressors by Integraudio. This versatile mastering compressor can handle even the most dynamic of tracks. Convergence features up to 10 bands of compression and as low as 2 bands. Does your track only need a 4 band compressor? No problem! It is trivial to add or remove bands and to adjust the crossover frequencies for them.
– Up to 10 bands of compression
– Adjustable crossovers
– Bands can be added or removed
– Attack/Release envelope visualizer
– Compression Curve visualizer
– Gain Reduction over time visualizer
– Oversampling up to 8x
– Linkable controls
– Soloable bands
Convergence uses crossover filters with -6dB gain at the crossover frequency that sum together to create a perfectly flat frequency response. These -6dB crossovers also introduce the least amount of phase shift possible while still being low on CPU usage. The compressors are designed to have a digital feel to their attack and release timing to be as precise as possible.
Convergence comes with several displays that are fine tuned to help you visualize what effect your tweaks have on the incoming audio. The main display is a spectral analyzer with controls to adjust the crossovers for each band. This allows you to easily dial in the frequencies based on which frequencies are most prominent. Each band also has an envelope display, a compression display, and a gain reduction display. The envelope display helps give you an idea of how attack and release times will affect the compression. The compressor display shows how the threshold and ratio controls will affect the compression as well by graphing input versus output levels. Finally the gain reduction display shows input levels and output levels over time so that you can easily see transients and how they are being affected by the compressor.
One of the most useful features of Convergence is the ability to solo bands. You can simply hold down the control key and left-click a band to solo it to really dial the compressor settings. Multiple bands can be soloed simultaneously.