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Analogue history in a plugin

Analogue history in a plugin

Analogue history in a plugin

Bringing the sound of its 4000E console to a DAW, Solid State Logic has launched a plugin of the 4K E Channel Strip. It is available in multiple formats including VST2, VST3, AAX Native and AU as part of the SSL Complete subscription. Modelled on the original analogue console down to component level, the plugin includes Brown, Black and Orange EQ flavours, as well as revision four dynamics, including the classic soft-knee and logarithmic release circuit.

SSL says that the emulation also includes the Jensen T-115K-E transformer found on early 4000E mic pres, while the dbx 202 “gold can” fader VCA is also modelled to provide multiple layers of harmonic saturation found throughout the circuit design. As with the Channel Strip 2 and 4K B, the 4K E plugin integrates with SSL’s UC1 controller, offering knob-per-function control of the plugin in a channel strip-style layout. In addition, SSL 360’s free Plug-in Mixer provides users with a single place to view and control all 360-enabled plugins.

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