Acustica Audio announces Navy channel strip
Acustica Audio presents the Navy software channel strip, inaugurating the new Core7 technology.
Navy is announced as a classic channel-strip based on a legendary class-A preamp with 4-band Equalizer and 2 filter sections. It is equipped with 6 different, switchable preamps (IN – OUT).
Navy's preamps are said to be based on a collection of various hardware units and emulate the time and harmonic distortions of their corresponding circuits. Armed with the newest Core7 engine, Navy is capable of executing any combination of these preamps in the form of a single impulse response program, which helps to dramatically reduce the CPU consumption of the plug-in. This carefully chosen combination of preamps is intended to provide the user with a virtual console emulation with flexible and colourful options.
Navy is the first plug-in exploiting natively the new Core7 multithreading technology by Acustica. It is based on fractal approach to partitioned convolution, allows to optimize performance of Aqua plug-ins to make maximum use of your system resources with zero latency.
Navy is currently available in presale for €99.90 instead of €111. More details at Acustica Audio's website.
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