27 Apr 2020 in StudioSSL's software department scaled its SSL Native Plug-ins Bundle down to probably the best-sounding virtual suite you can grab for USD 5 a month.
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25 Sep 2019 in StudioAcustica Audio has released Sand3. The plug-in suite models components of various famous SSL consoles. They've also added two new equalizers to Sand3, for a total of six plug-ins.
20 Mar 2019 in StudioSSL's new SiX compact mixer is a miniature console with a reasonable price tag considering whose logo it carries - but will this package prove compelling to musicians and producers?
29 Jan 2019 in LiveAt NAMM 2019, Solid State Logic premiered its Live L350 and L550 consoles alongside the X-Light Dante interface and software version 4.8. The SB 16.12 Stagebox made an appearance, too.
24 Jan 2019 in StudioCLA Mix Hub is a channel strip which integrates the producer's favorite Solid State Logic gear and runs on up to 64 channels simultaneously - turning your DAW into a 64-channel SSL console.
20 Apr 2018 in StudioRecreating the circuit to the best of its team's abilities, Overloud also added parallel compression, mid-side processing, low-cut filter on the sidechain circuit, and continuous time & ratio selection.
17 May 2017 in StudioUniversal Audio's plug-in and hardware DSP package is in the "big boys" league when it comes to computer audio. Both its original software, authentic vintage hardware emulations, and hardware products are...
08 Apr 2017 in LiveA mid-scale mixer, the L200 has enough controls and switches to impress a nuclear power plant supervisor, with an inverted T-chassis design, keeping essential controls within easy reach.
30 Nov 2016 in StudioHere it is then: Recently we saw Acustica release their SSL emulation channel strip, now Lime gives us the Neve version. A British sound, 'in-the-box'!
16 Oct 2016 in StudioAcustica has again applied its sample-based CORE9 processing to emulate a classic British mixing console EQ, dynamics and control features.
08 Feb 2016 in StudioLooking for that famous SSL Bus Compression and not via another plugin? Well maybe there's a hardware option without the price tag.