If you in the market for a compressor you might want to check out Audified U73b. U73b is a emulation of the a vintage German broadcast compressor. Read more below.
BOSKOVICE, CZECH REPUBLIC: multimedia software application as well as hardware development professionals Audified is proud to announce availability of the U73b Compressor FX plug-in for Mac (VST2, VST3, AAX, AudioUnit) and PC (VST2, VST3, AAX)– a genuine emulation of the unique-sounding Sixties-vintage German broadcast compressor/limiter hardware precursor with which its shares its name (and which, regardless of its origins, found favor in European mastering crowds)– as of May 12 …
Yet just before diving deeper right into Audified’s authentic-sounding U73b Compressor effect plug-in, probably a little lesson in history is in order here? Nevertheless, just by getting a appreciation of its name of the hardware precursor could U73b Compressor be absolutely cherished in its own right.
By constructing the U73 right into a Danner double-cassette component framework like its U76 sibling, the 2 Telefunken layouts shared substantial circuitry as well as elements, though the U73 went on to come to be the fastest tube compressor ever before constructed, many thanks to its forward-triggered side-chain attribute. Totally finalized, the style was licensed to TAB (Tonographie Apparatebau) in Wuppertal-Elberfeld, West Germany, that made this, the last tube compressor in the Telefunken/IRT grey collection for almost 30 years, finally ceasing it in 1980. Its top costs and also fixed configuration effectively ensured that U73s simply made it outside of Germany for one particular (non-broadcast) application– as a last mastering compressor for vinyl-cutting lathes, almost always with an automated release trigger.
Price $149.00 USD