Rupert EQ 773 is a processor that emulates the equalizer section built into numerous classic consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1960s and 1970s. It accurately models a peerless EQ that is loved by engineers around the world and has been used on numerous historic recordings. With a distinctive EQ curve and rich overtones, this unit is notable for the way in which slight adjustments in the gain can produce vivid changes in the sound’s expressiveness and sense of airiness. Even large EQ boosts do not fatigue the ear, but still allow the musical component of the source to be emphasized.
Rupert Comp 754 emulates another compressor/limiter section built into a range of classic consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1960s and 1970s. This model lies at the root of the bus compressors used as standard items in studios and broadcast stations, and is noted for its smooth, natural compression that does not dilute the expressive power of the source.
Rupert Comp 830 faithfully emulates the compressor section built into advanced recording consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1980s. In addition to providing a broad range of Attack and Release control, this compressor provides an EQ and filter on the sidechain, giving you an extremely broad range of tone-shaping possibilities so that you can create nearly any sound you can imagine.
Rupert EQ 810 is an emulation of the equalizer section built into the most revered recording consoles developed by Rupert Neve during the 1980s. A notable aspect of this EQ is that whether it is used to boost or to cut, the tonal changes it produces are effective and easy to understand. In contrast to the dramatic sound of Rupert EQ 773, Rupert EQ 810 makes it easy to produce refined, detailed, smooth tonal changes, while also giving you a broad range of control. This all-around EQ lets you create any sound you need.
Portico 5033 is a digital emulation of a 5-band analog EQ made by Rupert Neve Designs. Portico 5033 EQ inherits features from the 1073, originally designed by Rupert Neve and now regarded as a classic, and provides distinctive tone control characteristics. The input/output transformers, designed by Rupert Neve himself, are also modeled using VCM technology, giving this model a highly musical sound even when bypassed.
The Portico 5043 processor emulates an analog compressor made by Rupert Neve Designs, designed as a “partner” to the Portico 5033 EQ. Its greatest feature is switchable gain reduction type. You can switch between the FF (Feed-Forward) circuit gain reduction that is currently mainstream and the FB (Feed-Back) circuit used on vintage compressors, providing easy access to differing sound characters as needed.
The easy-operation Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5045 effectively suppresses background noise at microphone inputs for enhanced clarity while significantly increasing the feedback margin, making it a valuable tool for live sound in houses of worship, stadiums, halls, and other environments where feedback can be problem.
The Eventide H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer features outstanding effect quality that has made it an enduring favorite of engineers and musicians everywhere. H3000 Live offers that same performance optimized for live-sound applications. This powerful processor provides pitch shift, delay, reverb, modulation, filter, and other modules that can be combined as required with an advanced algorithm that delivers remarkably organic overall sound. Carefully crafted presets make it is easy to achieve intricate, sonorous effects, adding rich harmonization or chorus to vocals, creating big guitar sounds with lush harmonics, or providing top-quality delay and reverb.
Dynamic EQ provides a filter through which the same frequency band as the EQ is fed to a sidechain, varying EQ gain dynamically in response to input signal level changes. The effect is similar to applying a compressor or expander to a specific frequency band. For example, Dynamic EQ can be used as a vocal de-esser, applying EQ only to the sibilance frequency band when sibilance becomes obtrusive, for a natural sound that does not degrade the character of the source.
Dynamic EQ4 is a 2-band dynamic equalizer that has been expanded to include 4 bands. The extra bands provide broader sound shaping capability, and a KEY IN source selection function enables a variety of new applications. For example, if Dynamic EQ is applied to guitar and the vocal microphone is selected as the KEY IN source, the guitar midrange can automatically be dipped a little whenever the vocals come in, to give the vocals more space and make them stand out.
EQ-1A emulates a vintage passive EQ that is considered to be a true classic. It features a distinctive operating style, with controllable boost and attenuation for selectable low and high frequency regions. The frequency response is unlike typical equalizers, giving this model a unique and appealing sonic signature. The input/output circuitry and vacuum tubes also contribute to musical, well-balanced character.
Equalizer601 emulates the characteristics of an analog equalizer of the 1970s. It can create a sense of drive by reproducing distinctive analog circuit distortion.
OPENDECK emulates the tape compression created by two open reel tape recorder types (a recording deck and a reproduction deck). You can customize the sound quality by adjusting parameters such as deck type, tape quality, playback speed, and more.
U76 is a processor that emulates a standard vintage compressor used in a wide variety of situations. Rather than providing a typical threshold parameter, the compressor’s effect is determined by adjusting the balance between the input gain and output gain. Setting the RATIO parameter to “All mode” produces an extremely powerful compression sound that is a well-known characteristic of this model. Rich overtones produce an aggressive tonal character.
Comp276 emulates the characteristics of a sought-after analog compressor commonly used in recording studios. It produces a thick, solid sound that is suitable for drums or bass.
Opt-2A emulates an acclaimed vacuum tube optical compressor. Level is controlled using optical components, a CdS cell and EL panel, to produce smooth, organic-sounding compression. The beautiful high-frequency overtones and warm distortion created by the vacuum tube circuit result in an elegant, sophisticated sound.
This high-quality four-band compressor utilizes VCM technology and features a GUI that offers outstanding operability and visibility. All advantages of the musical behavior of analog compressors have been built into the gain reduction circuitry of the MBC4, allowing smooth control of dynamics while retaining the overall image of the original sound. The sound image can also be visually manipulated via a graphical display.
Buss Comp 369 emulates a standard bus compressor that has been used in recording studios and broadcasting stations since the 1980s. It produces smooth, natural compression that does not interfere with source signal nuances, in contrast with the aggressive compression of the U76. Buss Comp 369 includes a compressor and a limiter that you can use individually or in combination. The rich overtones generated by the audio input and output transformers and discrete class-A circuitry are modeled too, adding depth and unity to the sound.
REV-X is a reverb algorithm that provides high-density, richly reverberant sound quality, with smooth decay as well as dispersion and depth that work together to enhance the original sound. You can choose one of three programs to suit the environment and your creative intent: REV-X Hall, REV-X Room, and REV-X Plate.
This delay effect is based on the Yamaha E1010 analog delay released in the 1970s, with a few refinements to bring it up to date for modern applications. It delivers the same deep, organic echo sound that was a characteristic of the BBD analog delay devices used in the original E1010. Modulation can be added for a thick chorus sound. And, taking versatility to the next level, it is possible to select BBD sounds that were not available in the original E1010 so you have characters ranging from clear and precise to warm.
Dual Phaser reproduces a vintage phaser effect unit that was manufactured during the 1970s. Two phasers, two LFOs, and four selectable modes provide a wide range of effect variation.
Max100 reproduces a classic phaser effect that appeared in the second half of the 1970s and continues to be popular today. With just four modes and a speed knob, it produces a variety of distinctive phase sounds.
Vintage Phaser provides a high degree of sound-shaping flexibility without being a simulation of any specific model. With 4/6/8/10/12/16 stages and two different modes, it can function as a variety of phaser types. Vintage Phaser provides speed, center frequency, depth, feedback, and color settings for detailed effect control.