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Compressor Plugin by Acustica Audio
No Longer Available
Ultramarine has been replaced by: Ultramarine3
Ultramarine by Acustica Audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
System Requirements
Windows 7 - Windows 10
System Requirements
OS X 10.8 - OS X 10.10
Copy Protection
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Acustica is delighted to present Ultramarine. The first middle-side stereo compressor, it's a faithful emulation of the original vintage hardware designed in the early 1950s, and considered the most coveted of all compressors.
After careful research, Acustica has selected a well-known product whose warmth is unique and unmistakable. We spent our time and resources to develop what we hope to be the pride and joy within our compressors. With this product we invite you to rediscover the old sound traditions and enjoy a taste of vintage flavours.
The purpose behind the creation of Ultramarine is to "bridle" the sound of a rare machine, push far beyond the technological boundaries of the time and redesign it graphically making it more easy-to-use in respect of old traditions.

Key Features:
• Dual mono, stereo, and middle/side operation.
• Individual Input, output and gain reduction metering.
• Six time constant attack and release with last two ones with dual capacitor program dependent simulation.
• Ajustable threshold.
• Ajustable input level.
• Ajustable output level.
• CORE7 Audio Engine.
• Zero Latency mode added.
• AAX format added.

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Comments & Discussion for Acustica Audio Ultramarine

Discussion: Active
18 November 2015 at 1:11am

whoa, a 300 euro compressor...must be worth it! lolololol.

13 March 2016 at 1:47am

yeah ... just wait till you see the price of the original Fairchild 670.

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