Bompa was one of the first plugins we made, the idea was to create a plugin that did everything that you shouldn’t do to audio in one, all mighty Mayhem, plugin. We didn’t post it on the site because we didn’t thought anyone would care about it but people always asked how we achieved the sound that it generated. We told them that we used a plugin called Bompa and all of the sudden all of our friends wanted a copy. All hell break loose when the German magazine “Beat” gave it good reviews and their 2 million readers visited our site… not really, all their readers didn’t visit but enough for us to realize that we probably had created something unique.
The difference between Bompa and similar overdrive/distortion plugins is that Bompa let you carve out your own characteristic in a way we haven’t found anywhere else. It’s suitable for both subtle usage in mastering to add warmth or for use while mixing creatively to mess things up beyond recognition.
New in 3.0:
- Reworked all graphics from scratch
- Reworked the limiter
- The dry signal can be routed in different ways
- added a bypass button
Mastering examples snippets:
Noisebud Bompa got nice reviews in German music magazine Beat issue #71
For Windows 32Bit hosts (or bridged in 64bit hosts)
Download Demo – (Demo sign and a occasional bursts of white noise…)
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Good to know:
- Windows users: Our plugins depend on Microsoft Visual C++ 2015, you can get it here: Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable
- By downloading any of our plugins you subscribe to our mailing list. You will be able to unsubscribe at any time either here or with an unsubscribe link in the e-mails.
- Mac versions are still considered as test-builds, they seem to work perfectly but we’re still testing.
- We currently don’t support OSX Catalina, however, users have reported that our plugins work by bypassing Apples Gatekeeper.
There are two ways to do this:
- In your DAW, hit ‘Cancel’ to the message, then open System Preferences/Security & Privacy, you should see the plugin mentioned at the bottom. Click ‘Allow Anyway’ to enable it.
- Open Terminal. Type the following three commands, hitting ‘return’ in between.
sudo spctl –master-disable
sudo spctl –master-enable