A Brief History of Vulf Compressor (Podcast)
How the Vulf Compressor came to be
Here at Goodhertz, we love sounds and we love stories, so we thought: we should make a podcast. And what better story to pilot the podcast than the story of how Vulf Compressor — our quixotic dynamics plugin — came to be.
So we called up Jack Stratton (of Vulf & Vulfpeck), and asked him to tell the story of how he — with the help of Goodhertz’ Devin Kerr — turned his search for a sound into a powerful, one-of-a-kind plugin; how Goodhertz turned Jack’s notion into a now-on-sale. (ß:margin-bottom:30px)
- Jack Stratton — Founder of Vulf Records, bandleader of Vulfpeck; narrates the podcast.
- Devin Kerr — Co-Founder & Head of DSP at Goodhertz, Inc; designed and implemented Vulf Compressor’s algorithms.
Interstitial music includes “Funky Sturgeon” and “My First Beat” from Vulfmon’s Interstitials I, out now on Vulf Records. Educational clips include Madvillian’s “Accordion” and Jaylib’s “McNasty Filth.”
All phone-like sounds courtesy of Lossy; no actual phones were used in the making of this podcast.
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