Variety of Sound will soon launch Thrillseeker VBL, a vintage broadcast limiter emulation plug-in.
Thrillseeker VBL is based on the Variable-Mu principles initiated in the 1950's, which use gain modulation (Variety of Sound calls is Tone here) to manage sudden signal changes (initially to change a tube bias). VOS adds that this limiter is slower than a brickwall limiter.
The plug-in is a "modified" version equipped with a gain reduction control, as well as quantity and appearance adjustments for the harmonic tube amp distortion. This will allow the user to slightly saturate the circuit and create harmonic distortion effects.
Last, Thrillseeker VBL includes a transformer signal path simulation.
No information about the availability, VOS announces sometimes in May. More details soon at varietyofsound.wordpress.com.
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