Plugin Boutique are offering 90% off the bx_SSL Collection for a limited time, now only £128.00 / $159.45, (usually £1,327.00 / $1,653.04). There are deals on Reason 12 upgrades too. The offers end January 15th.
The bx_SSL Collection offers four of SSL’s most iconic and coveted pieces of studio gear lovingly modeled by Brainworx, the masters of analog emulations. Get three channel strips and a one-of-a-kind bus compressor for one fantastic price for a limited time only.
- bx_console SSL 4000 E
- bx_console SSL 4000 G
- bx_console SSL 9000 J
- Brainworx bx_townhouse Buss Compressor
With patented TMT technology, Brainworx modeled three of the greatest SSL consoles of all time to create: bx_console SSL 4000 G, bx_console SSL 4000 E, and bx_console SSL 9000 J.
No other channel strips sound closer to the original studio hardware. Each channel strip was made by modeling the signal pathway, workflow, and sound of the original hardware at component level to deliver each console’s sound.
The Three Signature Sounds
- bx_console SSL 4000 G provides the analog hardware’s tight assertive tone, captivating crunch and energetic mid-range that make it a much-loved console of rock producers.
- bx_console SSL 4000 E offers the analog hardware’s smooth and assertive tone that you’ll find on countless top 40 hits of the 80s, 90s, 2000s and beyond.
- bx_console SSL 9000 J delivers the analog console’s big, deep and clear sound with its expanded top and bottom end. This is the sound of the hardware used on the tracks of many major artists including Beyoncé, Jay-Z, John Mayer, Coldplay, Madonna Rihanna and many more.
This collection also includes an exacting emulation of the revered bus compressor that was custom built with SSL parts for Studio 1 of London’s iconic Townhouse Studios, exactingly modeled with exclusive access to the original one-of-a-kind circuit.
The bx_townhouse compressor gives you that iconic Townhouse sound. Get the vibe and mojo of the bus compressor used on classic tracks from icons including Queen, Sting, Muse, Ozzy Osbourne and Oasis.
Every channel strip in an analog console sound slightly different compared to each other. This is due to the slight variances of the built-in components that contribute to the sound of each channel strip. Brainworx’s patented Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) cleverly introduces differences in modeling plugins, mimicking component tolerances found in real hardware audio equipment.
The bx_SSL Collection is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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