McDSP releases 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip
McDSP has released its 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip.
The 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip is based on the same design as McDSP's 6020 Ultimate EQ and the 6030 Ultimate Compressor. The 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip has 3 module bays in which any of the included 28 modules can be inserted.
The 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip features:
- 28 modules (EQ, compression, gate & more)
- Easy drag and drop, on the fly module auditioning
- Side chain support
- Input and output control
- Analog Saturation Modeling
All modules from the 6020 Ultimate EQ and 6030 Ultimate Compressor are included in the 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip, as well as additional, exclusive modules including gates, expanders, signal saturators, and specialized filters all specially designed by McDSP.
The 6050 Ultimate Channel Strip is available at the special introductory prices of $329 (HD) or $229 (Native) until June 30, 2016. Limited time promotional pricing is also available for owners of the 6020 Ultimate EQ and the 6030 Ultimate Compressor, while Everything Pack v6 owners can add the 6050 for the special price of $199 (HD) or $99 (Native) when upgrading to McDSP's new v6.2.
More details at mcdsp.com.
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