Compression is applied to reduce the dynamic range of an input signal to match the dynamic range of a storage medium, transmission system, and/or listening environment. Typical approaches to this task often result in audible artifacts and lack transparent performance. The Jünger approach on dynamic processing offers an inaudible, transparent and nonetheless effective solution.
In a Jünger system, compression of the program signal can either affect the entire input level range (classic Jünger Upward Compressor design), or only the level range above a certain threshold level (Jünger Downward Compressor).
Picture: Jünger Upward vs. Jünger Downward Compressor