Distorque has released Rangebastard, an emulation of the Dallas Rangemaster treble boost.
This is an emulation of an Dallas Rangemaster with added controls for tweaking or for use as a full-range booster, an overdrive, and more, Distorque says. It runs in mono or stereo, and has 2x oversampling (always on).
The Rangemaster was a Germanium transistor treble boost developed in the 1960s. It and similar effects have been used by Eric Clapton, Brian May, and more famous guitarists, the company says.
Coded in C++, using VST SDK 2.4 and VSTGUI 4.0.
Rangebastard for Windows (VST) is available to download free of charge.
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