1176 Emulation Evolves

Minimal System Instruments releases Punch Evolved compressor VST for Windows      15/08/12
1176 Emulation Evolves


Minimal System Instruments tells us that the original Punch compressor is one of their most popular and respected plug-ins and is an up-to-date version of one of the all time classic analogue compression and limiting processors, the 1176AE. They say that the new Punch Evolved plug-in takes this even further with a completely redesigned engine and the addition of new sound shaping features such as Mid/Side processing, EQ, and Gate sections. Features:
  • Ultra-fast attack time.
  • Unique Analogue Modelled characteristics.
  • FET Gain Reduction Emulation.
  • Input & Output Gain Adjustment Knobs with adjustable Attack and Release Settings.
  • An array of ratio's including 2:1, 4:1, and 8:1 perfect for compression duties - but there is also the 20:1 ratio designed for full limiting applications.
  • Mid/Side Processing.
  • Gate with controls for Threshold, Attack, and Release.
  • EQ with controls for Low/Mid/High.
  • Custom Output Transformer Emulation design.
  • Full automation capabilities.
  • Flexible VU metering options.
  • LED Visual Feedback.
  • Professionally designed GUI.
  • Fantastic Presets produced by Movie Iga and Kendal Osborne.
  • Based on the 1176AE Limiting Amplifier Compressor.
  • Fantastic on drums!
Pricing and Availability:
£19.99 More information:

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