Set-and-Forget Compressor

Softube launches Summit Audio TLA-100A plug-in with special introductory price      06/10/11

Set-and-Forget Compressor


Softube has begun shipping the Summit Audio TLA-100A compressor plug-in for native platforms (VST/VST3/AU/RTAS; both 32 & 64-bit). Softube tell us that this latest addition to their extensive line of vintage-flavored plug-ins captures the hardware TLA-100A's unique sound and performance with uncanny accuracy, and also includes new features designed for the modern DAW production environment.
Softube's PR person told Sonic State, "The Summit Audio TLA-100A is the 'set-and-forget' compressor. Its ease of use and smooth, program-dependent sound is why, after more than 25 years, the TLA-100A is still an industry-standard compressor for mixing, tracking and live sound. Both tube and solid-state technologies are combined in its innovative design, making the TLA-100A a tried-and-true choice for vocals, bass, drums and guitar. In addition to faithfully modeling the original Summit TLA hardware, Softube has added several modern convenience features to the plug-in, including parallel compression, low cut sidechain filtering, and an adjustable output distortion control."
Pricing and Availability:
The Summit Audio TLA-100A plug-in is available today at the Softube webstore and at authorized Softube dealers at an introductory price of $229, excl. VAT. The introductory offer will last until November 16 and thereafter the price will be $279.
More information:

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