[NAMM] Duende MINI
At NAMM (Booth #6907, Hall A), Solid State Logic has announced tthe Duende Mini Expanded and Duende Studio Pack options.
Duende Mini and Duende PCIe hardware is now available from SSL Resellers in new cost effective bundles that include the DSP & Bus Compressor Plug-in Upgrade for Mini and/or the complete SSL Plug-in Collection.
There are three new options available:
- Duende Mini Expanded: Duende Mini (includes Channel Strip) + Bus Compressor + 16 to 32 Channel Upgrade. Buy a Duende Mini hardware unit with the 16 to 32 channel DSP Upgrade and the legendary SSL G Series Bus Compressor Plug-in pre-authorized.
- Duende Mini Studio Pack: Duende Mini (includes Channel Strip) + Bus Compressor + 16 to 32 Channel Upgrade + Drumstrip + Vocalstrip + X-EQ + X-Comp. Buy a Duende Mini hardware unit with the 16 to 32 channel DSP Upgrade and the entire Duende Plug-in collection pre-authorized.
- Duende PCIe Studio Pack: Duende PCIe (includes Channel Strip & Stereo Buss compressor) + Drumstrip + Vocalstrip + X-EQ + X-Comp. Buy a Duende PCIe hardware unit with the entire Duende Plug-in collection pre-authorized.
There are six plug-ins in the Duende collection.
Duende Channel Strip key features include:
- Classic SSL console channel strip features and sound.
- 4-band EQ, two shelving sections and two parametric.
- Variable low-pass and high-pass filter.
- Switchable EQ characteristics between E Series and G Series EQ.
- "Over-Easy" soft ratio compression characteristic for smooth transitions.
- Variable process order routing.
- Dynamics side-chain processing with independent side chains for compressor and expander/gate.
- Duende Stereo Bus Compressor
Duende Plug-ins are compatible with any VST and AudioUnit host application.
Pricing & Availability
Duende Mini Expanded & Duende Studio Packs are available as of February 2009 via SSL Resellers.
- Duende Mini Expanded - $1049
- Duende Mini Studio Pack - $1749
- Duende PCIe Studio Pack - $1399
For more info: www.solid-state-logic.com.
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