The warmth and crunch that certain great valve gear brought to classic recordings is still missed today. Although many companies have tried to emulate classic valve hardware, we developed a proprietery new method for getting an authentic valve emulation
British Valve/ Tube Distortion / Equalizer
Authentic Analog Warmth & Multiple Saturation Flavours
The warmth and crunch that certain great valve gear brought to classic recordings is still missed today. Although many companies have tried to emulate classic valve hardware, we developed a proprietary new method for getting an authentic valve emulation
With 6 modes of Distortion A (Triode) and another 6 modes of Distortion B (Pentode), this plugin can give you many different colors and flavors of distortion from soft and warm to edgy and crunchy. Push this plugin and it will bite back! Further shape your sound with The Varislope Equalizer Section of the Plugin.
Distortion Types A (Triode) & B (Pentode): Mode 1 has a smoother tone and upon moving towards mode 6 the tone becomes edgier resulting in more breakup of the sound. Both A & B Distortion types have different characteristics on all 6 modes.
Input Gain / Stereo Link:
Input Gain drives the signal harder into the valve circuit dialing in more distortion. Adjust this control as a drive control for more or less saturation
The Stereo Link switch enables the channel link mode for the 2 channels. So the Left channel will also control the right channel settings
The Bass gain peaks at a frequency of 65Hz. The Bass Cut is a high pass filter. The Mid/ High-frequency boost control gives a bell type curve at 2.5kHz / 4kHz /12kHz, selectable. The ‘Mid Cut’ cuts mid frequencies at 1kHz. The ‘LPF – Low Pass Frequency’ control will allow the high frequencies to be cut when excessive distortion is used, smoothing the resulting sound.
Post/ Pre EQ Button (New): Put the EQ section before or after the Distortion Section
Smooth Mode Button (New): Makes the signal louder with less harsh peaks
Wet/Dry Fader (New): A Wet/Dry Mix control allowing you to mix in as much of the processed signal as needed