G-Sonique introduces its FAT+ Analog/Vacuum Tube/Tape Effect Simulation
This effect is designed to let you create your own clean and modern style of saturation.
FAT+ offers 4x internal oversampling.
- Input amp – offers attenuation or 2.5x amplification of the input signal. A higher / louder input signal equals more saturation and soft clipping of the peaks in the signal. With this fader you can set amount of soft clipping / saturation.
- Analog warmth – this knob is designed to offer you a round and warm sounding analog saturation (rounding of peaks of signal)
- FAT – this knob offers you 1st harmonics that are described as difficult to emulate with digital techniques / algorithms. 1st harmonics represent fat and massive sounds from vacuum tubes.
- Saturation drive – this knob offers you more hard analog soft clipping / saturation with a harder sound.
- Analog hiss
- Bass cut – If you separate signal into bass, mid and treble, the bass spectrum often represents more than 30-50% of the dynamic range / loudness of the signal or simply the available dynamic range which is always limited in digital world, G-Sonique says. This is often a problem because bass and sub-bass consumes more than 30-50% of the available space for loudness. Often deepest sub-bass on individual channels is not necessary (like guitar, piano, vocals, etc). With this knob you can cut unwanted sub-bass or bass on individual channels to offer more space for loudness of the remaining frequency spectrum.
- Output amp – by this knob you can set the level of output volume.
Go to www.g-sonique.com for more details.
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