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DIYRE Modular Colour Concept

Table Of ContentsIntroHarmonic EqualizerPerformance and UsesVisual Analysis LTL The Pentode MK2 Color ModuleLTL Royal Blue Colour ModuleDIYRE CTX Transformer Console MK2 Colour Module +RED25 OpAmpPRICEDRAWBACKSBUILDCONCLUSION Intro As more and more software companies develop plugin emulations of analog gear to satisfy the needs of engineers for harmonic saturation and analog color, DIYRE is taking a slightly

Tegeler Audio TSM

If you have been following my writing you would know the previous article I wrote was reviewing the Tegeler Audio Manufaktur Creme (VCA stereo compressor and Pultec-Style EQ). Today I will be reviewing another piece of Tegeler engineering called the TSM (Tube Summing Mixer). Overview & Features The TSM is essentially a 40-channel summing box

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STAY-LEVIN REVIEW

By Antelope Audio The compressor I want to talk about today probably isn’t worth living for, but it is worth buying an Antelope interface with a dedicated FPGA just so you could run the plugin. Antelope Audio calls it the STAY-LEVIN and it is one of the very few recreations (analog or digital) of a

ANTELOPE AUDIO DISCRETE 4 SYNERGY CORE

Antelope Audio has recently updated its “Discrete” line of interfaces. Introducing 2 versions with 4 and 8 mic pres called Discrete Synergy Core. Having used the previous generation Discrete interfaces I am excited about this new upgrade Discrete 4 Synergy Core. The previous-gen had exceptional specs for its price range. But in my personal opinion,

EBONY VERB – Reverb Plugin BY ACUSTICA AUDIO

The reverb plugin I want to talk about today is a plugin emulation of the legendary EMT140 plate. It comes in the Ebony Channel strip from Acustica Audio. If you’re getting confused by the alien-looking picture above, the reverb is the 3rd unit, right in the middle of the channel strip. This is by no

How to Approach Drum Layering

  In modern music production, drum layering can be highly beneficial for poorly recorded drums in the home-studio or just as an enhancement for top quality recordings from a high-end project. Benefits include: • Full control and manipulation over the end result • Sculpting truly unique and original sounds • Bringing greater depth, width, and