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AAX Versions of Moogerfooger & Classic Compressors

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Avid has announced that the AAX versions of the Moogerfooger and Classic Compressors plug-in bundles are now available.

Moogerfooger Bundle v10.2 (£449.95)

The Moogerfooger plug-ins combine features of audio effects and vintage synth modules.

  1. The Moogerfooger Ring Modulator's wide-range carrier oscillator and dual waveform LFO mean motion on rhythm tracks and low-fidelity textures.
  2. The Moogerfooger Lowpass Filter's envelope follower delivers classic '60s and '70s sounds on bass and electric guitar. Or dial up fat analog for any instrument using the 2-pole/4-pole variable resonance filter.
  3. The Moogerfooger 12-Stage Phaser combines a switchable 6- or 12-stage phaser with a variable LFO. Start with tremolo or modulation effects, then crank the distortion and resonant filters for new sounds.
  4. The Moogerfooger Analog Delay. Due to component shortages, fewer than 1,000 of "real-world" version were made. The designers snagged serial #1 and modeled the classic analog design.


Classic Compressors v10.2 (£449.95)

This release includes the rest of the Classic Compressors bundle following the prior release of BF-2A AAX.

The Classic Compressors bundle includes the following plug-ins:

  1. BF-2A: The BF-2A is modeled after the LA-2A. The BF-2A tube compressor plug-in's vintage sound is designed to deliver warmth and classic compression.
  2. BF-3A: A component of the Classic Compressors line, the BF-3A plug-in is designed to add smoothness and sonic texture.
  3. Purple Audio MC77: The Purple Audio MC77 is modeled by Andrew Roberts of Purple Audio, Inc. It is a digital replica of Roberts' MC77 Limiting Amplifier, which in turn is an update of his classic MC76 hardware unit. Representing a different take on the 1176-style FET limiter, Purple Audio MC77 gives you access to the original.
  4. Fairchild 660 and 670: Designed in the early 1950s, the Fairchild 660 and 670 are variable-mu limiters. Variable-mu designs use an unusual form of vacuum tube that is capable of changing its gain dynamically.
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