Trillium Lane Labs TL Aggro

TL Aggro, Software compressor from Trillium Lane Labs.

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moosers 07/02/2010

Trillium Lane Labs TL Aggro : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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The Trillium Lane Labs TL Aggro plug-in is a compression plug-in based on a FET (field effect transistor) type of compressor. I wasn't involved with the installation process of Aggro, but in my time using the plug-in it hasn't presented me with any issues related to compatibility or installation. The interface of the software is pretty easy to follow if you understand the parameters associated with compression and have some experience with using them. The plug-in has knobs for threshold, attack, release, and post gain. It has a slider for ratio which ranges from one to ten. It also has a bass comp section which contains parameters for frequency and a bypass switch. TL Aggro also has some nice metering options, offering a programmable VU meter with options for input, output, or gain reduction. I don't believe that a manual is necessary, but I haven't seen one so I can't say how well put together it is or not.


Thus far while using the Trillium Lane Labs TL Aggro, I haven't had any problems at all getting good performance from the plug-in. I have run the plug-in in a Pro Tools HD system that runs with an Apple G5 computer, a Digidesign 192 I/O interface and Apogee converters. I'm able to run a number of them at once within the configuration, but have only needed to run three or four simultaneously to this point, so I can't speak to beyond this. As long as you currently have a system where you're able to run plug-ins on without an issue, I think you'll be fine running this one.


Overall, I find the Trillium Lane Labs TL Aggro plug-in to be quite versatile in terms of the sounds that I'm able to get from it. All of the tones are pretty great as far as a FET plug-in emulation can take you. It is certainly easy to use and to navigate through the interface. This is the only compression plug-in that I've used made by TL Labs, and might even be the only one that they have to offer as they are definitely better known for their reverb and accessory plug-ins. However, if you're looking for a great sounding compression plug-in that isn't too expensive, I'd definitely recommend throwing the TL Labs Aggro plug-in in the hat.