PSP Audioware Xenon || Your Digital Software Registration Code and Instructions Will Be Sent to You, Along With an URL Connecting You Directly to The Manufacturer, Who Will Provide You With Your Software Digitally. Please Be Aware That Software Is Non-Cancelable and Non-Returnable. If you have any questions about this product please do not hesitate to contact us. Guildwater Gear is an Authorized PSP Audioware Dealer through the Xchange Market. There, You Can Find Us Among Their List of Authorized Resellers.
PSP Xenon is a full band, dual-stage limiter plug-in (AudioUnit, VST and RTAS, AAX for MacOSX; VST and RTAS, AAX for PC) featuring an integrated Leveller, advanced K-System metering and psychoacoustically optimized wordlength reduction. PSP Xenon offers 64-bit precision processing throughout its entire signal path, and can operate at sample rates up to 192kHz. Once you experience for yourself the pristine, transparent response and intuitive design of this plug-in, we believe it will become your "go to" limiter for mastering and other critical audio applications.
PSP Xenon is a valuable addition to my mastering toolbox.
Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME, USA
PSP Xenon is brilliant, capable of preserving more of the mix at ghastly levels and pristine when used wisely.
Alan Silverman, Arf! Mastering, New York, NY, USA
PSP Xenon is a very clean, pure-sounding limiter which is also versatile. I have just begun to delve into its more sophisticated functionality, but I have already used it in basic mode on a jazz group and Xenon sounds very transparent to my ears.
Bob Katz, Digital Domain Studio, Orlando, FL, USA
PSP Xenon sounds great and the pink noise generator linked to the metering is a great tool.
Bob Olhsson, Audio Mastery, Nashville TN, USA
PSP Xenon is a unique addition to the world of digital limiters. PSP has come up with, in my opinion, one of the most versatile and best-sounding limiter plug-ins available.
Paul Abbott, Zen Mastering , San Diego, CA, USA
I find the PSP Xenon a truly remarkable unit which enables the mastering engineer to perform limiting tasks without any compromises.
Sakis Anastopoulos, DigiSound Mastering , Melbourne, Australia