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Gemini Audio releases KultComp Tube for Nebula3

Gemini Audio KultComp Tube

Gemini Audio has released KultComp Tube, a tube distortion library for Nebula3 by Acustica Audio.

This library is based on the Tube Harmonics function of a Modern German Tube Compressor which is loved by many for its versatility and audio quality with the musicality and user-friendliness that this company’s units stand for. It finds its application in Mastering, Mixing and Recording.

Discrete, very high performance gain cells were developed for this compressor and are used instead of the usual VCAs. This compressor is the first product to use them. They ensure the highest level of musicality and clarity in signal processing and demonstrate significantly improved distortion values over VCAs. The adjustable tube saturation of the output stages combined with automatic output level adjustment can produce tube sound effects that range from the delicate to the raucous.

KultComp Tube features

  • 96kHz (Nebula converts it automatically to your project’s sample rate).
  • Stereo Programs.
  • Includes 10 Kernel programs.
  • Includes HQ programs (10 Kernel programs using the TIMED engine).
  • Includes SE versions of all programs (CPU friendly 5 Kernel programs).
  • Consists of 27 programs.
  • Library size 280MB.

The library is available to purchase for the introductory price of 8 EUR (regular 11 EUR). A free Kernel reduced demo version can be downloaded at Gemini Audio.

More information: Gemini Audio / KultComp Tube

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CD Sound Master releases Vintage Tube Collection & Tube Booster

CDSoundMaster has announced the release Vintage Tube Collection and Tube Booster, two new tube effect plug-ins for Windows and Mac.

CDSoundMaster Vintage Tube Collection & Tube Booster
Vintage Tube Collection & Tube Booster effect plugins powered by Acustica Audio’s Nebula.

With the Vintage Tube Collection, everyone can afford to be a collector of rare vintage vacuum tubes. Included are prized tubes from Mullard, Amperex, Brimar, and Radiotechnique. There are a total of nine different tube programs in this collection.

CDSoundMaster states that “most modern producers have not had a lot of hands-on time with expensive, vintage tube gear, so their experience in the software market has largely been with overly-distorted, fake sounding tube drive. As a result, their expectations of what real tubes are supposed to sound like are anywhere from fizzy and distorted, to saggy and lacking in dimension. What we are doing is providing the real sound without overemphasizing the qualities. We actually built the hardware device to play the tubes. The result is the tube’s behavior at all volumes, also known as dynamic range, the frequency spectrum, and the harmonic distortion.”

The Tube Booster plug-in allows the user to add higher gain natural tube harmonic saturation. This is a process that has been emulated in many forms over the years, but because of its subjectivity, it is often implemented poorly and over-emphasized.

CDSoundMaster states that “… our technology allows us to recreate the purity of the analog signal with great detail, and in multiple dimensions.” This technology, called V.V.K.T., or Vectorial Volterra Kernels Technology, has been developed by Acustica Audio over many years, and CDSoundMaster has maintained close ties as beta tester and official 3rd Party Developer.

CDSoundMaster’s attention to detail does not end at the excellent sonic capabilities of these plug-ins, but they have also designed some of the most realistic Graphic Interfaces to date. Even more amazing is that these GUI’s, created by Vincent at GravityLinks, are completely unique to the software, and were designed from scratch.

The Vintage Tube Collection and Tube Booster for Windows and Mac (VST) are available to purchase for $79 USD and $49 USD respectively.

More information: CD Sound Master / Vintage Tube Collection / Tube Booster

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Eric Beam releases Powered Bus for Nebula

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Eric Beam has released Powered Bus, a new program for Acustica Audio’s Nebula.

Powered Bus features

  • Flattering bus processor suitable for both mix & mastering bus tasks. (Tape repro amplifier & euphoric transformer balanced Program EQ signal path)
  • Set Low frequency & “Air” Band enhancing EQ curve.
  • Sought after makeup gain/bus amplifier. Inspired by the Ampex tape deck repro push-pull circuit.
  • Elegant discrete components.
  • Stereo signal path/image.
  • Captured @ 24/96.
  • -20 & -18 calibration standards.

Powered Bus is available to purchase for $10 USD. A free samplerate/kernel limited demo is available to download.

More information: Eric Beam

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Eric Beam L-401 Console EQ for Nebula

Eric Beam L-401 Console EQ

Eric Beam has released the L-401 Console EQ, a collection of programs for Acustica Audio’s Nebula.

A hard to come by vintage console EQ. All discrete circuitry from yesteryear, with the combination of three transformers imprinting their magic. Simply put is just sounds how an EQ should.

L-401 Console EQ features

  • 1960′s discrete console EQ.
  • Broad musical boost gain, with smooth shelf attenuation.
  • Frequency selection = 50, 100, 1k, 3k, 5k, 10khz – +/- 12dB.
  • Transformer coupled signal path.
  • Captured @ 24/96.

The L-401 Console EQ is available to purchase in HF/LF for $10 USD each. Limited kernel demo libraries can be downloaded free of charge.

More information: Eric Beam / L-401 Console EQ

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Analog In The Box updates W735EQ to v1.3

Analog in the Box W735 EQ

Analog In The Box has updated W735EQ, a virtual equalizer effect for Windows.

The W735EQ is based on the very rare and hard to find W735/1 equalizer which was designed and manufactured by the RFZ – Rundfunkzentrum Berlin / Deutsche Post. It’s design was also used in the EB800 as a Mono-Module.

Only a few of them ever were built and survived the post berlin-wall-time…

Changes in W735EQ v1.3

  • Authorization Fix (fixes broken authorizations, that stopped working after some days).
  • New installer.
  • Fixes problems with some Raid-Systems.

W735EQ for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for the (increased, and extended) introductory price of 34.99 EUR.

More information: Analog In The Box

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Analog in the Box releases W735 EQ effect plugin

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Analog in the Box W735 EQ

Analog in the Box has released W735 EQ, an equalizer effect plug-in for Windows.

The W735EQ is based on the very rare and hard to find W735/1 equalizer which was designed and manufactured by the RFZ – Rundfunkzentrum Berlin / Deutsche Post. It’s design was also used in the EB800 as a Mono-Module.

Only a few of them ever were built and survived the post berlin-wall-time…
…But we made it immortal and accesable to the afterworld!

We’re happy to own two of these rare and special equalizer and that we have ported them for you as a plug-in. Now you can use it on everything you want! As much as you want! Use it to shape your sound with this unique equalizer! No need for the 1000th emulation of all the other big-name-equalizers.
Thanks to the V.V.K.T-Engine from Acustica Audio, together with the best converters money can buy, you are in luck to have a very accurate recreation inside your DAW.

The W735 EQ (Windows VST) is available to purchase for 29.99 EUR.

More information: Analog in the Box / W735 EQ

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Eric Beam releases A-American/N-British Gain Stage Nebula Programs

Eric Beam A/N Gain Stage

Eric Beam has released A-American/N-British Gain Stage, program libraries for Acustica Audio Nebula 3 Pro.

A-American/N-British Gain Stage features

  • Two classic American (312) & British (1272) gain/transformer stages.
  • Stereo signal path/image.
  • Captured @ 24/96.
  • -20 & -18 calibration standards.
  • 7 Kern programs.

The A-American/N-British Gain Stage programs for Nebula are available to purchase for $10 USD each. A quality/kernel limited demo program can be downloaded free of charge.

More information: Eric Beam

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