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Steinberg releases Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection

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Steinberg Media Technologies has released the Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection. Announced at this year's Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany, the Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection comprises three groups of plug-ins: the Vintage Channel Strip, Vintage Open Deck and Vintage Stomp Pack. Based on Yamaha's Virtual Circuitry Modeling (VCM) technology, each plug-in can be used in multi-instances and is compatible with VST 3, VST 2.4 and AU plug-in formats.

The Vintage Channel Strip consists of the EQ 601, Compressor 260 and Compressor 276, reproducing the sound characteristics of several classic Yamaha hardware equalizers and compressors from the 1970s.

The Vintage Open Deck recreates the analog circuitry and characteristics of four legendary tape recorders: Swiss '70, Swiss '78, Swiss '85 and American '70. For an even wider range of variation, the characteristics can be individually applied to the record and playback decks.

Vintage Stomp Pack features the Dual Phaser, Yamaha Phaser and Max 100 phaser plus one Yamaha flanger and one first-class wah-effect, providing effects processors for the typically 1980s rock sound.

A 30-day evaluation copy of the Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection is available through the Steinberg website.

Availability and Pricing

The bundled versions of Yamaha Vintage Plug-in Collection are available through the Steinberg Online Shop and at certified Steinberg dealers. The exact time of availability is subject to regional variations. The plug-ins of the Vintage Channel Strip can be purchased individually and are exclusively available through the Steinberg Online Shop.

The suggested retail prices:

  • Vintage Channel Strip bundle: €379, including German VAT / £320, including British VAT.
  • Vintage Open Deck bundle: €199, including German VAT / £168, including British VAT.
  • Vintage Stomp Pack bundle: €199, including German VAT / £168, including British VAT.

The suggested retail price for the Yamaha EQ 601, Yamaha Compressor 260 and Yamaha Compressor 276 plug-ins, also available as bundle in the Vintage Channel Strip, are €149 each, including German VAT / £126, including British VAT.

Vintage Channel Strip features at a glance:

  • Yamaha EQ 601: six-band vintage EQ based on a legendary hardware model.
  • Compressor 260: replicates the trademark sound of a sought-after 1970s compressor.
  • Compressor 276: delivers classic-style compression with analog punch and fatness.
  • Brings the classic sound of top-end studio staples to your DAW.
  • Based on the popular VCM add-on effects for Yamaha's digital mixing consoles.

Vintage Open Deck features at a glance:

  • Four different machine types: Swiss '70, Swiss '78, Swiss '85 and American '70.
  • Various tweaking options: tape speed, tape type, bias, EQ settings, distortion and saturation characteristics.
  • Different machine types and parameters can be individually applied to the record and playback deck.
  • Faithfully replicates the unique sonic characteristics of legendary open reel tape recorders.
  • Based on the popular VCM add-on effects for Yamaha’s digital mixing consoles.

Vintage Stomp Pack features at a glance:

  • Phaser galore: Max 100, Vintage Phaser and Dual Phaser for beautifully evolving phaser sounds.
  • Vintage Flanger provides authentic, '70s-drenched flanger tones for every taste.
  • Vintage Wah brings back the distinct character of classic wah-wah stomp box effects.
  • Faithfully replicates the trademark sound of classic analog stomp box effects.
  • Based on the popular VCM add-on effects for Yamaha’s digital mixing consoles.
 
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