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Solid State Logic Native Bus Compressor 2 v1.0

$10.00
Platform: PC Windows x86, PC Windows x64, MAC OSX X32 PowerPC, MAC OSX X64 Intel
Format: AAX, VST, VST3
Required: DAW Software
Disks: 1 CD
Solid State Logic Native Bus Compressor 2 v1.0

The sound of the legendary SSL Stereo Bus Compressor

The centre section compressor from SSL’s 1980’s G Series analogue console is an audio production legend. It is the secret behind countless classic recordings. It is a simple unit with a simple purpose; it makes complete mixes sound bigger, with more power, punch and drive. It brings cohesion and strength to your mix without compromising clarity.

"Sticks your mix like audio glue." - That's how we often hear the SSL Stereo Bus Compressor described, along with - "You strap it across your mix - and it sounds like a record." We could wax lyrical about the technology - but hey, you already know how great this thing sounds - you've heard it on countless hit records from the last three decades.

Bus Compressor 2 Plug-in boasts a host of enhancements, including new Attack, Release and Compression ratios for added flexibility with individual sounds and subgroups, in addition to inbuilt wet/dry and S/C HPF control, as well as switchable 2x and 4x Oversampling...

Key features

  • THE legendary glue & punch maker updated for 2021
  • Glues tracks and subgroups together
  • Compatible with UC1 controller
  • NEW Attack, Release and Compression Ratios
  • Renowned 'Auto' release
  • 2X & 4X Oversampling
  • External Side-chain
  • Side-chain HPF

 

For more information, please visit this products webpage.
You may buy Solid State Logic Native Bus Compressor 2 v1.0 or download it on our site. This product was added to our catalog on Monday 30 August, 2021.

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