Compression, Saturation & Stereo Imaging W/ ‘Pumper 2’

Our man, Leon Switch had the job of getting to grips with the W.A production Plugin, Pumper 2. Pumper 2 is a big leap above and beyond the first version. If you’ve used and enjoyed the original Pumper in the past, this is a perfect upgrade with expanded features and more nuanced controls. If you’re new to this kind of processing, then Pumper 2 is a great starting point, with interface controls as simple or complex as you want it to be. It’s your one-stop shop for creating tracks that will engage and excite your listeners.

W. A. Production are real-life producers making creative plugins to help you achieve studio-quality processing quickly and easily.


– 50 Creative Presets for drums, vocals, synth, bass, acoustic, keys and mastering
– 4 Compression types with adjustable RMS
– One-click parallel compression
– Hard & soft clip saturation with transient and character controls
– Stereo Imager with frequency focus
– Per-module and master gain controls
– Real-time waveform display
– Full PDF Manual & Tutorial video

This plugin is now available for FREE to all of our paying members. All paying members would need to email us at to redeem their 100% discount code. Once you redeem the discount code then you can head over to Plugin Boutique and purchase your plugin with your 100% discount code. This offer is available until the 10.08.19 so if you are no already a paying member, you have plenty of time to sign up and become one. We will have plenty more offers like this in the future for all of our paying members. We value all of you.

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With a career spanning 22 years and a backlog of releases, Leon has been busy to say the least.Stemming from a musical background, leon specialised in lead guitar as his first instrument and spent most of his teenage years in various bands performing anything from Heavy metal to 60's-70's Rock'n'Roll.He first started programming music in 1992 and then bought his first studio setup in 1998, soon to follow was his debut release in 2001 on Unkut Recordings.2002 saw the birth of Defcom Records along with the partnership of Kryptic Minds, and a massive passion for deep dark Drum and Bass. With releases on imprints such as MetalHeadz, Frequency, Freak, Monitor and Penetration to name just a few, he had recorded and remixed for some of the scenes true pioneers and then 2007 was to see his debut Album 'Lost all Faith'.2008/9 and a change of tempo and name, pushed him into the limelight. Now writing under the Kryptic Minds moniker, the 'One of us' album was released on Swamp81 and the international touring started. Reaching places as far as New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong and then out to places such as Moscow, Siberia, Ukraine, but not forgetting nearly all of europe in his home times...The releases continued on imprints such as Tectonic and Osiris Music Uk and then Black Box released the 'Cant Sleep' Album in 2011. 2013 and Hollywoods motion picture 'Elysium' features his track 'Six Degrees' at a pinacle moment in the film and then The 'Namaste EP' got released and saw the long awaited 'Badman VIP' hit the shelves.2014 saw Leon branch out on his own again and imediately sign to the legendary Distance's imprint Chestplate, with his debut tracks Deadlock and Persepolisia, alongside his long awaited 'Leon Switch Presents Deep, Dark Dubstep' sample pack for Loopmasters.2016 and his secound release on Chestplate - Intrepid backed with Overlook, and then he released his 'Leon Switch Sample Series Vol 1', with accompanying tutorial series videos.2017 'Leon Switch - Construction Kits' is released, and then Leon's album 'War Trax' which was written and produced as the soundtrack for R8Games ltd. Fusion Formula, the AG racing game of 2017.Leon has several collaborations on the go with many artists and companies, including:Italian composer, arranger , producer and guitarist Eraldo Bernocchi, in an album project called Rotor.Endorsed by More Superior Wear Clothing company and working alongside Subpac.

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