My workhorse is still Titanium, i love that thing, i have almost all Aqua Compressors minus Pearl 2 and the 670 Replica but i love this thing the most for some reason...or maybe because i have it for the longest and got so used to it. As for dbx160 i use the Waves one but i know there is also another one very good.
Prime Total, Nebula Server 3, Scarlett 3, Amethyst 2, Aquamarine 3, Titanium, Magenta 3, Navy, Sand, Pink, Pink Compressors.
I find VariLevel from Tim is excelent from my point of view, I live for vintage sounds 50s/60s and that is why I love the behaviour of this one. Nowdays we have several nebula comps wich are amazing both as nebula libraries and standalone plugins from acqua line, but you should take a look on CDsoundmaster's plugins too, he made a set of compressor plugins which are far away from waves and other companies, his non-nebula-based comp plugins are gold, try them and you will discover the light! His VTM 2, the tape saturation plugin, is so amazing, along with r2r and tb+, but used alone it glues like a tape does.
I recently got Pearl2 and I am excited with the compressor, it is very tight and instantly good sounding. I have to play more with it to know it. Anteay I would like to know what other known compressor with similar behaviour we can compare with.
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I don't find The Pear2 comp versatile though I have to try it in more sources. It have mojo for days. A Accua compressor I find versatile is the Pink comp. It has the character and it is pretty versatile. The multiband version has a lot of options. It worth to try it.