Sonimus Britson emulates the 8014 console
The new Sonimus Britson plug-in for Mac and Windows is a channel strip inspired by the classic British 8014 mixing console.
According to Sonimus, the Britson plug-in can be used for light or aggressive audio processing, to distort virtual or hardware instruments for instance.
The Britson channel strip offers the following features:
- 2 saturation modes: Normal and Fat
- Optional stereo crosstalk to add depth and dimension to the mix
- High-pass and low-pass filters
- Saturation that can be bypassed
- 3 color modes for the bus instance: default (no color), Master Loudness and Master Bright
- 64-bit floating double precision internal processing
Britson is available in VST, AU and RTAS 32/64-bit plug-in formats for Mac OS X and Windows. It’s price is $39 and you can get it at dsp.sonimus.com.
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