Acustica Audio Introduces Snow

US A contemporary British-style suite with EQ, Preamp, Compressor and Master Bus Compressor      28/04/21

Acustica Audio Introduces Snow

Acustica Audio tells us that Snow is a suite of four plugins emulating modern British-style gear, artfully designed by the most celebrated personality in the history of professional audio and representing the culmination of his extensive knowledge of analog circuits. Here's their description of the four Snow plug-ins...

Snow EQ is all about that console flavor that separates the toys from the serious tools. It offers astonishing transparency, embodying half a century of experience in high-end audio equipment design, conceived by one of the best electronic engineers who ever lived.
Plus, it offers some genuinely unique features, such as the Texture circuit, that can breathe life into the dullest of recordings.

Snow's juicy preamp plugin comprises three separate banks (LINE-MIC-CUST), packing a total of 52 preamplifiers. Way to unleash the full power of the original console!

Snow's compressor is a dual-mono plugin equipped with two powerful dynamics processors that will inflate your tracks with illegal amounts of character. Lifeless, dull and flat tracks are a thing of the past.

Snow MB (short for Master Buss) is our take on a stereo dynamic processor derived from a modern high-end unit. Its manufacturer described it as being 'able to enhance, reconstruct, and smooth out your sound to perfection'. And who are we to disagree?

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at €107 (Regular price: €179)

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