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Win 8.1+ PC: 4 GB RAM; 2 GHz CPU.
1GB free hard disk space
VST 2.4 (64-bit), VST 3 (64-bit), AAX (64-bits with PT 11), Audio Unit (64-bit), NKS* (64-bit DAWs only).
When it was released, the original DBX 165A was a compressor unlike any other. Rather than the more traditional vacuum tube, it used a solid-state VCA to create its compression effect, and cutting-edge RMS dynamics detection. It also sounded great, which is the important thing.
These days, it's getting harder and harder to find working originals, but their legendary sound-shaping power is still highly sought-after. Now, thanks to Arturia's advanced TAE modelling, you can enjoy using this fabled compressor in your DAW, on as many channels as you want, and with advanced features only possible through software.
Unlike the more common DBX 160, the 165A sported several unique features that made it a "must have" for studios looking for tight, punchy percussive sounds. Known as the "Over Easy" compressor, its auto attack-decay detection made great compression simple, its harsh peakstop limiter added a touch of vintage filth when things really hit hard, and its unique compression sound gives even extreme settings a natural feel.
If you're looking for an easy-to-use compressor with character, you'll love Comp VCA-65.
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