Broadcast is an AU universal binary plugin, designed to bring radio-station style processing in the box! It's got two types of boost, level and drive. Level boost will get more of a compressed effect, drive will lean more distorted- combine them to optimize your signal density and saturation to suit your needs.
The Phase Rotate control is part of what makes this specifically a broadcast-style processor- it interleaves phase rotation with stages of compression to fill the sound as densely as possible. The idea is for all aspects of the sound to be at full volume all of the time- totally defeating the music's dynamic intent, while still remaining transparent to the musical intent. This is different from other Airwindows compressors and loudness maximizers as they have other 'personalities' dynamically, where this one tries to destroy all the dynamics completely, in the manner of radio processing :)
That's not all- because it's got the phase rotation, you can't use it as a parallel compressor without really intense phase anomalies. So, I've included output level and dry/wet controls, so Broadcast can be used like a 'whisper track', or texture generator- anywhere you might call on parallel compression, you can use Broadcast, and then use the phase rotation to dial in just the right tone color, in the manner of a fixed-position phase shifter, for subtle effects. It should also work on cymbals, or even chimey guitars, and the more you use it within a mix, the more glossy and produced the mix will seem. Broadcast is $49.99.
Try the demo of this to see if it'll work for you! You're not allowed to use the demo for actual work. It politely mutes itself briefly every couple minutes, and that's the only thing it does to spite you. It won't expire or do anything to you, and when you get the actual plugin, throw away the demo and put the real version in its place and most software should replace saved instances of the demo with the real thing seamlessly, retaining any settings. Please support my cooperative, unhostile demos with sales of the real software.