One collection features modeled preamps, the other modeled analog filters.
3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use is a virtual collection of some coveted studio preamps.
3 Filters You’ll Actually Use takes the filter designs from three classic synthesizers and makes them available as modeled analog effects plugins.
3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use
- 1973-Pre: a modern take on Rupert Neve’s classic solid-state pre, complete with switchable boutique transformers.
- TridA-Pre: made famous by Trident Studio’s A Range consoles.
- V76-Pre: modelling the classic Telefunken tube tone at the heart of the “White Album” sound, and integrating a rare shelf EQ for extra control.
3 Filters You’ll Actually Use
- SEM-Filter: recreated from one of the earliest self-contained analog synths.
- Mini-Filter: based on Bob Moog’s renowned ladder filter.
- M12-Filter: modeled on Tom Oberheim’s multi-mode filter found on the Matrix-12, the plugin also features twin filters, mod osc and random generators, hugely customizable mod matrix, and programmable envelopes.
Pricing and Availability:
Both sets are available now, with intro prices through April 5th:
- 3 Preamps You’ll Actually Use is available for $199 (normally $299)
- 3 Filters You’ll Actually Use is available for $99 (normally $199)