Softube's Drawmer 1973 plug-in now available
Softube has released the Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor plug-in.
Sweden's own Softube has released the Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor plug-in, aimed at providing "the latest" in precision compression and dynamic control. Featuring independent control over three frequency bands, it aims at allowing to fine-tune individual instruments, tame low frequencies while leaving the top end shimmering and tweak the details to get a bigger picture and wider, louder mixes.
Modelled on the original hardware in collaboration with Drawmer themselves, this new plug-in adds Mid-Side processing and sidechain option - two features not present on the original unit.
The plugin is also announced as CPU friendly, and comes with presets. Also, no USB iLok dongle is required.
MSRP is $249, but until March 31st it is available at the introductory price of $199. As usual with Softube, a free demo is also available.
More details at Softube's website.
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