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Slate Digital announces FG-Stress and VerbSuite Classics Plug-ins

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Slate Digital has announced FG Stress and VerbSuite Classics.

FG-Stress is an official emulation of the Empirical Labs Distressor, one of the most iconic studio compressors in the pro audio business. When it was first introduced in the 90's, it was one of the most innovative concepts the industry had ever seen. It could sound like so many other classic compressors, but at the same time, it was also unique with its own musical character. The Slate Digital DSP team, led by Fabrice Gabriel, worked hard to ensure that every single detail of the hardware was perfectly recreated, from the subtle harmonic tones to the precise timing characteristics, and even its special modes like the Opto mode and Nuke mode. FG-Stress, like its hardware counterpart, is capable of an extremely wide variety of tones that will work on all kinds of material.

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Verbsuite Classics features eight of the most classic digital reverbs from the past forty years in one single reverb plugin. And, some of these reverbs have never been modeled before. VerbSuite captures the actual tone of the modeled reverb using LiquidSonics proprietary Fusion IR processing. Unlike static impulses found in typical convolution reverbs, Fusion IR is able to reproduce the evolving character of modulating digital reverbs, making the overall tone rich smooth and dynamic.

When released, FG-Stress and Verbsuite Classics will be available in the Slate Digital Everything Bundle for $14.99/month. Verbsuite Classics will also be available for purchase for $199.

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