Trident EQ In A Plug-In

Softube launches Trident A-Range for Native and TDM formats with introductory offer      01/02/10

Trident EQ In A Plug-In


Softube tell us that they are shipping the Trident A-Range for native (VST/AU/RTAS) and TDM. Here's what they have to say...
Trident A-Range is available today at the Softube web shop and at authorized Softube dealers at an introductory price of $229 (Native) or $329 (TDM/Native), excl. VAT. The introductory offer will last through out February, thereafter the price will be $279 and $449, respectively.
The Trident A-Range plug-in is a model of a channel equalizer from the legendary Trident A-Range console, a holy grail for sound engineers and producers since the seventies when hit records by David Bowie, Elton John and others were recorded at Trident Studios in London.
The plug-in is fully endorsed by Trident Audio Developments and the original A-Range designer Malcolm Toft. Toft calls the plug-in an "incredibly accurate software recreation", even down to the overdriven sound of the original.
As only thirteen A-Range consoles were ever built, it's a very exclusive piece of equipment that now is available in a plug-in format. The sound is continuously referred to as "colorful" and "musical" and will provide you with a very unique way of shaping your sound.
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