Vintage Preamp Module Emulated

Fuse Audio Labs VPRE-376 offers colouration and distortion      25/09/18

Vintage  Preamp Module Emulated


Fuse Audio Labs tells us that their new VPRE-376 is a recreation of a sought after preamp module that was originally designed for broadcasting applications. Here's the story in their own words...

The plugin includes a faithful emulation of the audio transformers as well as the discrete class A preamplifier and driver circuitry. Some convenient features, namely phase inversion, a continuous drive control, gain compensation, a linear trim control and VU metering have been added in the digital domain.

The VPRE-376 can be used as a coloration box and add subtle, sweet or gritty sounding distortion to your signals or just help to make them sit right in your mixes. Use the built in high pass to clean up your low end.

Available in VST, VST3, AAX Native, AudioUnits for Mac OS and Windows in 32 and 64 bits.


Pricing and Availability:

On sale for $19 until October 24th (regular $39)


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