20th March 2014
Sonimus has released Britson, a plug-in designed to emulate both the workflow and sonic character of analog mixing consoles.
While inspired by a classic British 8014 console, Britson has a personality all its own. Britson was modeled to impart that classic warm, open, three-dimensional sound.
- Britson can be used subtly or aggressively (to overdrive virtual or real instruments).
- Two Saturations modes:
- Normal (subtle distortion, high dynamic range);
- Fat (hotter signal, lower dynamic range).
- Optional Stereo Crosstalk feature creates a sense of depth and three-dimensionality in your mixes.
- Filters (both low and high pass) are tuned to sound sweet and pleasant to the ear.
- Saturation can be disabled to use Britson for trim and metering purposes.
- Buss instance has three color modes to use in your master track: Default no color, Master loudness and Master bright.
- With zero latency, no group delay, and careful optimization for low CPU consumption, Britson allows for a remarkably high number of multiple instances per session.
- Internal 64-bit floating point double precision.
- Hassle-free installation. No activation or serial. Each buyer receives a personalized copy for use in the studio, on the laptop, etc.
Pricing & Availability
Sonimus Britson costs $39 and is available for 32- and 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU & RTAS plug-in formats.