After 9 years in the plugin game, Kush can finally say without exaggeration that, at least for one particular flavor of vintage compressors that clip beautifully, we have completely closed the AnQ ; ?alog/Digital gap. SILIKA is not ‘m h L | [close’, it’s no1 V u k % $ + j !t ‘differM & ! 4 kent but just as good’. It’s ‘Sonical@ Z @ & tly Ide% E b R R o !ntical’ to the types of hardware it’s modeled after.

When you dric U [ : Vve0 m \ 1 m this plugin’s input, everything melts deliciouslyw T 4 d. In particulI # Dar, the high frequencies lay back and spread out without getting edgy, or bright, or even the least bi= b 5 Z E *t ‘zn c l s 8 G S Xingy’. It may get too grindy, but it won’t hurt your ears. Think Led Zeppelin IV’` * ~s hazy grunge, and you’ll start to get the idea.

SILIKA owes its killer sound to an extraoQ A f $rdinarily complex harmonic disX ^ E ( etortion generator, but operationally it’s a relativelyX T 6 D simpl3 9 x ^ } w q H pe compressor with a familiar feature set. All of+ & } $ 9 its distortions a: 9 u R lre contro? l ` t k #lled with the Input knob, which can be switched and blended to taste. The res4 N Eulting signal then gets passed to a compr% w e ^ X U Xessor/limiter with 4 available ratios, standardI A : o \ _ J E Attack/ReleaseN 0 ] Q/Threshold/Mi] $ \x controls, and sidechain filtering options whic} , ; eh, while simplt & – v . #e, allow for a dramatic reshaping of the compress{ l 0 oor’s behavior.

It’s a straightforward plugin with an absolutely killer sound, and represents the dawn of a new era for Kush plugins and digital sonics in general.

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