Many multiband compressors take too much time to set up and tweak. DynOne 3 has been redesigned with a beautiful resizable retina design that focuses on workflow. It also include variable crossover filters, unique weighting algorithm, and a proprietary Center-Side Mode. DynOne 3 also uses min-max values for attack and release, and applies variable timing values depending on whether the signal is transient in nature or not. You can simply blend in your compressed signal with the original.
Our crossover filters have been custom designed to interact with each other, in order to avoid phase alignment issues between bands, something you do have with traditional multi-band compressors. In DynOne 3 we even made them variable so you can tweak them fully.
We felt that having traditional attack and release times didn’t really give you the best sounding result. When you’re working with transients vs sustained sounds, you often want to have different attack and release times. This is why we use min and max attack/release times.
We aim to build plugins that sound good from the moment you start using them, not having to waste precious creative time. We spent countless hours of R&D time to look at the best ways of visualising all the bands so you can tweak everything intuitively.