|Product||1176LN / 1176SE Limiting Amplifier|
$149 / Included with all UAD cards
|Type / Tags||Dynamics (Compressor / Limiter)|
|Copy Protection||UAD Hardware Specific|
Originally designed and built during the 1960s, the 1176LN was the first to use a Field Effect Transistor (FET) as a voltage-controlled variable resistor, and that innovation was the key to the product's unique character. An in-depth analysis of the 1176LN's "personality" allowed Universal Audio to methodically reproduce those results within a plug-in architecture, and now offer that same character to computer-based audio workstations.
- Ultra-fast attack time.
- Unique, analog-friendly, "warm" characteristics.
- FET Gain Reduction Emulation.
- Supports the popular "All Buttons Mode", just like the original.
- Input & Output Gain Adjustment Knobs w/adjustable Attack and Release Settings.
- Adjustable Program-Dependent Compression Behavior.
- Custom Output Transformer Emulation design.
- Mono or Stereo Operation.
- Full automation capabilities.
- Flexible VU metering modes.
NOTE: 1176SE version is a Mix Essential Plug-In included with every UAD card.
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