CD Sound Master releases N-TEN-AT4, vintage console channel strip suite

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CD Sound Master N-TEN-AT4

CD Sound Master is has announced the release of the N-TEN-AT4, a vintage console channel strip VST plug-in suite.

This audio software package includes six plug-ins: the N-TEN-AT4 High/Low Shelf EQ, High/Low Cut EQ, High “Q” and Standard “Q” Bell EQ’s, and Channel Strip Saturation Effects with and without EQ engaged. It is inspired by a world-class vintage British mixing console known for its unique sound and expressive EQ.

Based upon the “Acqua” sound engine, the N-TEN-AT4 VST is “Powered by Nebula Core II Technology,” an advanced form of audio generation developed by Acustica Audio, called V.V.K.T., or Vectorial Volterra Kernels Technology.

N-TEN-AT4 features

  • Six Plug-Ins, including High/Low Shelf EQ, High/Low Cut EQ, High “Q” and Standard “Q” EQ’s, and Channel Strip Saturation with and without EQ engaged.
  • All Frequencies and Gain Levels from the original vintage console are available with complete characteristics of the entire sound chain.
  • Acqua Stand Alone VST Plug-In for Windows VST Audio Platform, featuring V.V.K.T. advanced sound engine.
  • True harmonic content that changes with every frequency and gain value.
  • Compatible with any Windows 32 bit VST Host (Try the FREE Demo to test compatibility with your system.)
  • 64 Bit dynamic audio processing and 96kHz Actual Sample Rate with unmatched conversion quality to different rates.

N-TEN-AT4 VST (Windows PC) is available to purchase as an instant download for $79 USD (includes all six plug-ins). Customers who bought the N-TEN-AT4 Nebula Library are eligible for a special offer.

More information: CD Sound Master / N-TEN-AT4

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  • Jole

    Another obsolete retro VST…
    To developers> Guys, it’s 21st centry, precisely 2011.. Start bringing some fresh ideas, leave these jurrasic concepts alone. If you don’t have capacity to create something new and contemporary, than you should stick to your day job.

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