HoRNet releases AnalogStage - Analog Console Emulation
HoRNet has released AnalogStage, a plug-in designed to emulate the sound of analog gear, it can also be used to emulate a complete console.
AnalogStage simulates the response of three different types of analog technology: operational amplifiers, transistor and tube. Every one of the three different type of emulation can be used inside the same project, but for convenience a user can create up to eight group of instances so that any change to the emulation type, age, hiss switch and saturation switch is applied to every plugin belonging to the group.
AnalogStage also includes a stereo VU meter calibrated to -18dBFS and auto gain technology to help a user gain stage it correctly. There is also an "age" slider that can make a virtual console older by simulating the effect of decaying condensers, which will affect both the saturation amount and the frequency response.
- Three different types of emulation: op.amp., transistor and tube.
- Instances can be grouped so a parameter change is applied to the whole group.
- Age control simulates the ageing of the analog device changing saturation and frequency response.
- Adjustable input gain from -18dB to +18dB.
- Stereo VU meter calibrated to 0 dBFS.
- Adjustable automatic gain technology.
- Separate saturation and hiss controls.
- Analog component tolerance emulation.
- Mac OS X (>=10.5 Intel only) and Windows support.
- 64-bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
- Audio Units, VST, VST3, RTAS and AAX format.
Price: 17,99 Euro on www.hornetplugins.com