Tube-Tech Plug-Ins Available

Softube is shipping the Tube-Tech Classic Channel Bundle and ME 1B      18/04/11

Tube-Tech Plug-Ins Available


Softube is shipping the Tube-Tech Classic Channel Bundle and Tube-Tech ME 1B for native (VST/VST3/AU/RTAS) platforms. Here's what they have to say in their press release...
The Tube-Tech Classic Channel is a new take on a vintage channel strip. It is unmatched by others in its exclusivity and warm sound by combining the most famous and classic Tube-Tech gear. In short, it's not something that just gets the job done - it's your dream channel strip.
The Classic Channel is a combination of three Tube-Tech classics: The industry standard CL 1B compressor, the warm "Pultec" PE 1C equalizer and its perfect companion, the midrange ME 1B equalizer.
Tube-Tech Classic Channel Bundle Includes:
  • Tube-Tech Classic Channel
  • Tube-Tech CL 1B Compressor
  • Tube-Tech PE 1C "Pultec" Equalizer
  • Tube-Tech ME 1B Mid-range Equalizer
The combined plug-in will save you processing power and enhance your workflow while the separate units will give you all the options and flexibility you may need.
Like all Softube offerings, the Classic Channel benefits from Softube's patented simulation technology, where every component, down to the subtlety of the output transformer, is taken into account.
Pricing and Availability:
The Classic Channel and ME 1B is available today at the Softube web shop and at authorized Softube dealers at a price of $699 and $199 respectively, excl. VAT.
For previous owners of the Tube-Tech CL 1B and Tube-Tech PE 1C plug-ins there are upgrade paths to the Classic Channel Bundle.
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