MESSE09: Hardware Fairchild 670 Emulation

AnaMod announce the AM670 Stereo Limiter      01/04/09
MESSE09: Hardware Fairchild 670 Emulation


AnaMod are showing the AM670 Stereo Limiter at the show. Here's what they have to say about it...
The Fairchild 670 limiter is arguably one of the most famous and sought-after stereo compressors ever made. The magical way it adds density and dimension to a track or a mix has been demonstrated on many of the best-sounding records made in the last 50 years. For buss compression, the 670 Limiter is the standard by which all others are judged.
The AM670 is a faithful recreation of the classic sound and compression profile of the 670, using the AnaModâ„¢ process to model the complex tube circuitry of the 670 and implement it entirely in the analog domain. Unlike a digital plug-in or processorbased outboard gear, there is no latency, and no A/D or D/A conversions to compromise the sound. All the functions of the original 670 have been condensed into three rack spaces.
Like the Fairchild 670, the AM670 has Left/Right (dual mono), and Lat/Vert (M-S encode/decode) modes of dynamics processing. In addition, AM670 also has a Stereo mode, which links sidechains of the two channels.
Features
  • Classic Variable-Mu compression profile and vintage tone
  • Six 670 time constants plus two vocal- friendly variations
  • Three Modes of Compression
  • All analog - no latency or conversion
  • Standard 3U rack format
  • One Year Parts and Labor Warranty
Pricing and Availability:
See website for local details.
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