Softube, Makers of the Console 1 hardware controller and classic mixing console emulation suites have just released and update that enables select Universal Audio DSP powered plugins to be used within the Console 1 environment.
This now means you can swap out one of the console 1 EQ's or Compressors with one of your favourite UAD alternatives.
Obviously you are rquired to own a Universal Audio DSP hardware device and associated plugins but its a great way to expand your options if you already have or are thinking about owning both.
The Drawmer Sound and Softube Science Solution
Carefully modelled on the original Drawmer 1973 hardware in collaboration with the Drawmer research and development team, and approved by Ivor Drawmer himself, the Drawmer 1973 plug-in brings the award-winning three-band compressor bang up to date.
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The Incredibly talented and generous people at Softube and Focusrite have teamed up and are offering you the chance to win an awesome Softube Console 1 hardware & Software bundle, If you are not aware of this groundbreaking product check out the video and then follow the link below to enter for your chance of winning.
The S73 does most of the job for you by making the choices a mastering engineer would make. Simply use the Style parameter to switch between ready made mastering processing techniques to quickly find the sound that suits your mix the best.
Get 'Em Now—Half Price on Plug-ins
Yes. The End of Year Sale is on, and we offer 50% off most of our plug-ins. We also offer delicious discounts on bundles and upgrades. Grab as many as you can right here: More Is More Webstore
The sale also includes our über cool software/hardware mixer Console 1, which is available for $849 from authorized dealers worldwide.
We know what you're thinking—will it last forever, this dream come true? Unfortunately not. This all ends January 7, 2016. So don't hesitate, just go!
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