Softube Releases Tube-Tech EQ Plug-In

Pultec Style PE 1C equalizer is now available with an introductory offer      16/07/10
Softube Releases Tube-Tech EQ Plug-In


Softube has released the Tube-Tech PE 1C for native (VST/AU/RTAS) and TDM. Tube-Tech PE 1C is available today at the Softube web shop and at authorized Softube dealers. Here's what Softube have to say...
The Tube-Tech PE 1C is the Pultec style equalizer. The design marked the birth of Tube-Tech 25 years ago and was created as an exact replica of the original Pultec design. Today, the PE 1C is a vintage classic still in production and can be found in professional recording studios all over the world.
The Tube-Tech PE 1C is a passive, tube-based equalizer suitable for many different sources ranging from bass drums and guitars to vocals. The equalizer features a Low Frequency section made up of two low shelf filters which can be combined to attenuate and boost at the same time. The High Frequency section has a peak and shelving filter working in parallel, which provides a smooth top end while not getting too bright.
The ability to combine the different filters and sections is what gives the PE 1C its characteristic sound, this is something which plays a crucial part in explaining the magic Pultec sound realized by this Tube-Tech classic.
The Tube-Tech PE 1C plug-in by Softube captures every nuance of the hardware version. It has an extremely analog sound that is evident as soon as you start using it. Every aspect of this studio standard, 25 years in the making, is now finally available as a plug-in.
Pricing and Availability:
Available at an introductory price of $229 (Native) or $329 (TDM/Native), excl. VAT. The introductory offer will last until August 16 and thereafter the price will be $279 and $449, respectively.
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Prophet 2010    Said...

Yeah!!! Can't wait to try this, these guys haven't missed a beat yet. Best plugins in native IMO. Softube kills Waves dead....

16-Jul-10 11:12 AM


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