Slate Digital have finally released their long awaited digital Buss Compression plugins. ‘Virtual Buss Compressors’ otherwise known as VBC replicate every nuance of real analogue compressors.
The three seperate plugins include the FG Grey, the FG Red and The MU. Slate also have a special introductory sale which gives you $50 off! Check out the press release below for more details
Here’s the Press Release
Virtual Buss Compressors comprises three unique sounding, 100% analog modeled dynamic processors that are ideal for program material including full mixes, mastering, drums, group mixes, and more.
Every nuance of real analog compressors has been modeled; including the exact nonlinear characteristics of their transformers, tubes, VCAs, amplifiers, phase distortions, harmonic distortions, and timing.
Virtual Buss Compressors contains 3 models of some of the industry’s most sought after analog gear. The FG-GREY is a replication of the classic British console compressor, with some fat sounding transformers added in to beef up the low end. The GREY will give your mix that classic glue and punch that you’ve heard on so many hits! The FG-RED is a replication of the classic RED mixbuss compressor that has been used for decades by some of the world’s top mixers.
It sounds tight, punchy, and has rich harmonics from the output transformers. The FG-MU is a hybrid of several tube compressor designs that is lush, warm, fat, and open sounding. The MU will give your mix tons of depth and analog vibe! Each compressor also includes a hi pass filter and parallel mix wet/dry knob for ultimate flexibility! Finally, some of the most common professional presets have been added to each compressor to get you started quickly!
THE VBC INTRODUCTORY PRICE IS $199 with FREE iLOK2 Till July 12th (regular price $249)
Each purchase of the VBC gets you 2 activations of the VBC RACK, as well as individual Compressor plugins. This way, you can use the VBC on two of your machines with iloks. The VBC is 64bit with VST and AU, and 32bit for AAX PT10. 64bit AAX for PT11 coming soon!