URS releases Classic Console Strip Pro v2.0

URS Classic Console Strip Pro

URS (Unique Recording Software) has announced the release of Classic Console Strip Pro v2.0, a “multi-console in the box solution” for Windows and Mac.

You the engineer create your dream console choosing your favorite algorithms from the Input Stage, Compressor and EQ selections.

The URS Strip Pro includes the super DSP efficient URS Strip version. We call the URS Classic Console Strip the “Easy Eight”. The URS Classic Console Strip’s eight knobs map perfectly to the Command 8, Digi002, ProjectMix I/O, ProControl, HUI and other popular controllers allowing for quick adjustments on individual tracks.

Classic Console Strip Pro v2.0 features

  • 30 Selectable Input Stage Algorithms
  • 60 Selectable Channel Compressor/ Limiter starting points – Pre or Post EQ
  • 5 Selectable EQ Algorithms for each Fully Sweepable Parametric band
  • 5 Compressor Auto Release Algorithms
  • Compressor Wet/Dry Mix Control
  • Compressor Normal or Fast Attack Algorithms
  • Channel Filters – Pre or Post Compressor or Sidechainable
  • Powerful De-esser and other included special effects
  • Interactive Signal Flow Display Section follows the signal path
  • Super DSP efficient URS Classic Console Strip version included

Classic Console Strip Pro is available to purchase in native formats (AU/VST/RTAS) for $599.99 USD. The TDM version is $1199.99 USD.

More information: URS / Classic Console Strip Pro

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    I really like the URS Classic Console Strip Pro. I like it because you can change the bands of eq and pick say 1970 for one band and 1980 for another. Also useful are the presets. The only thing that concerns me is if you run alot of the Pro plug in, it chews up alot of computer power. If you one to buy one plug in that has eq and compressor built in, then this one is a good one to go for. Also the Metric Halo Channel Strip is great for having eq and compressor built in, but it lacks the vast choice of eq/compressor Algorithms.

u-he ACE

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