Sonimus has announced the release of Britson, a new console emulation designed to emulate both the workflow and sonic character of analog mixing consoles.
Britson is inspired by a classic british 8014 console, it was modelled to get that classic warm, open, 3D characteristics.
Britson features features
- Flexibility to be used subtly or aggressively (to overdrive virtual or real instruments, for example).
- Two Saturation Modes: Normal (subtle distortion, high dynamic range) and Fat (hotter signal, lower dynamic range).
- Optional Stereo Crosstalk which lends a sense of depth and three-dimensionality to your mixes.
- Filters (both low and high pass). Britson’s filters are tuned to sound sweet and pleasant to the ear.
- Saturation which can be disabled (when using Britson for trim and metering purposes exclusively).
- Three EQ Color Mode options (on Britson Buss instance) for use on your master track: Default (no color), Master – Loudness, and Master Bright.
- Zero latency and no group delay.
- Carefully optimized algorithm for low CPU consumption. Britson allows for a remarkably high number of instances per session.
- Internal 64-bit floating point double-precision.
- Hassle-free installation. No activation or serial. Each buyer receives a personalized copy for use in the studio, on the laptop, etc.
Britson for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) is available to purchase for $39 USD.