ButterComp is sort of a next-generation digital compressor- following the theme of Desk, which was a next-generation console-sound plugin. Like Desk, rather than apply color to the sound, ButterComp does its thing by using a better algorithm, a peculiar approach to compression that hasn't been done before to my knowledge. Some bits of it are inspired by remarks from Alexey Vaneev, and some bits of it are strange Airwindows things he knows nothing of :) the upshot is, this compressor produces virtually no high frequency hash, and sounds bloom out of it in a delicious way. ButterComp is $49.99.
Revised December 2010- an initial attempt at adding antialiasing didn't work out so hot, so it was back into the code mines, and this time it was refined down to the essence of what it was. ButterComp is now a one-knob buss compressor, everything working off the one Compress knob- slide it to the right for more bloom and slickness.
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.