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Cakewalk announces the PC4K S-Type Channel Compressor Module for SONAR X1 Producer Expanded customers.

The PC4K S-Type Channel Compressor Module, like other Sonar X1 Producer ProChannel modules, have ''gentle, soft-knee characteristics suited for compressing and leveling sustained material on any backing track,'' according to Cakewalk. Drag and drop routing and manual output gain control are included.

 

When coupled with the included PC4K S-Type Bus Compressor, the included ProChannel EQ (set to Vintage), and the optional PC4K S-Type Expander/Gate, the new PC4K S-Type Channel Compressor provides emulation of large-format, mixing consoles.

 

Sonar X1 Producer Expanded delivers modular capability to the ProChannel and is required to use PC4K S-Type Channel Compressor module.

 

Sonar X1 Producer's ProChannel console strip provides a number of options to get sound in the box with its EQ, PC76 U-Type/classic FET and PC4K S-Type bus compressors, tube saturation, and drag & drop routing. ProChannel strips can be customized to have various combinations of installed modules available on a channel and combinations can be set as default for tracks and busses.

 

Pricing and Availability

Sonar X1 Producer Expanded customers can purchase PC4K S-Type Compressor download for $49/£35 /€39 (VAT inclusive) from the Cakewalk store. Sonar X1 Producer customers can purchase the PC4K S-Type Compressor with Sonar X1 Producer Expanded update downloads together for $79/€69/£59 (VAT inclusive) on the Cakewalk store.

 

For more information, visit the PC4K S-Type Channel Compressor page or go to www.cakewalk.com.

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