New Class-A Vacuum Tube Compressor

D.W. Fearn & Hazelrigg Industries introduce the VNE Compressor      12/10/21

New Class-A Vacuum Tube Compressor

D.W. Fearn | Hazelrigg Industries have announced the release of the all-new Hazelrigg Industries VNE Compressor, described as a handcrafted, single channel compressor designed to elegantly control dynamics without negatively impacting the tonal qualities of the source material. They say that, featuring an all Class-A vacuum tube audio path and driven by a uniquely precise Pulse Width Modulation control circuit, the result is an audio tool that is ideally suited to both recording and mixing and will add D.W. Fearn's trademark magic to any track on any song in any genre.

George and Geoff Hazelrigg, explained, "With immersive delivery systems such as Dolby ATMOS becoming the norm, each individual sound source in a recording resides in its own space. The VNE has been designed to enhance the power and clarity of any vocal or instrument source and give today's engineer the tools needed to compete in an evolving market."

D.W. Fearn tells us that award-winning engineer/producer Brian Moncarz has had his hands on a VNE for several recent sessions, and reports, "This is a tube compressor that sounds incredibly musical on any source. I've always loved the D.W. Fearn VT-7, and the VNE delivers the same kind of smooth and bold performance. Whether I was going for subtle compression or super-aggressive squashing, it handled everything I fed through it with huge sonics that really helped vocals and instruments gel in a complex production. It's an absolute pleasure to use."
As with all D.W. Fearn and Hazelrigg Industries offerings, each VNE is hand-built in the USA with hand-selected components and is protected by a seven year warranty.
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