Sonimus has announced the release of a new plugin that builds upon the success of its flagship product Britson. Combining the most up-to-date technological resources with a range of exciting features, N-Console is a 2-in-1 plugin that is designed to add analog warmth and precision to your mix.

Experience the authentic warmth and openness of the renowned British 8014 hardware console, while adding a unique touch of modern workflow as well as modern advanced features such as mix/blend control, dual saturation modes, tone color busses and seamless grouping options.

N-Console unlocks rich, three-dimensional mixes just by adding it to your plug-in chain. Say goodbye to flat tracks and embrace vibrant, dynamic and alive sound! Try N-Console on every track, group, and master buss and hear the difference for yourself.

Enjoy an intuitive and user-friendly graphical interface with N-Console, which allows you to adjust your tracks with precision and speed.

N-Console features

  • N-Console can be used subtly or aggressively (to overdrive virtual or real instruments).
  • Two saturation modes: Normal (subtle distortion, high dynamic range) and Fat (hotter signal, lower dynamic range).
  • Optional Stereo Crosstalk feature creates a sense of depth and three-dimensionality in your mixes.
  • Filters (both low and high pass) are tuned to sound sweet and pleasant to the ear.
  • Saturation can be disabled to use N-Console for trim and metering purposes.
  • Buss instance has three color modes to use in your master track: Default no color, Master loudness, and Master bright.
  • Instances can be grouped creating the possibility of affecting all instances by making changes to just one.
  • With zero latency (if no oversampling), no group delay, and careful optimization for low CPU consumption.
  • Bit Depth: Internal 64-bit floating-point double precision.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for Windows and Mac, N-Console is on sale for the limited time intro price of $41 USD (regular $49 USD).

More information: Sonimus