The URS Classic Console EQ Bundle for Digidesign's TDM systems emulates two world famous hardware EQs. The URS A series digitally recreates the sound of an API 550B vintage four band equalizer and the URS N series recreates the sound of a Neve 1084 vintage five band equalizer (three bands plus HP and LP filters.)
The URS A series is a Class AB classic in every sense of the word. Each band offers seven switchable filter frequencies spanning 4 to 5 octaves. Many other EQs offer a huge assortment of complex features, but this simple classic provides the engineer with four overlapping bands for track sweetening or specific problem solving. The low and high bands are selectable peak or shelving.
The URS N series equalizer is very broad banded and musical. It is a must have tool for recording and sweetening drums and bass. In use, the EQ is smooth and silky and a little goes a long way.
For much of today's music production, the URS Classic Console EQ Bundle provides access to sound manipulation that is essential and that in the hardware-world would cost a small fortune, particularly since the user can load as many instantiations of these EQs as their system will support.
Note! URS Classic Console EQ Bundle now includes Audio Units and VST versions for Mac and VST for Windows
- Software emulation of two classic hardware EQs
- Gain clipping indicator
- Phase Reverse switch and in/out Bypass switch
- Full 192kHz support for TDM, RTAS and AudioSuite versions
- Full ProControl, Control 24, Command 8 and Digi 002 support
- Full ICON Console Control Surface support including center section EQ panel
URS A Series rev 1.21
- Four bands of EQ with seven center frequencies each
- Low and high bands are Peak/Shelf switchable, while the low-mid and mid-high are Peaking types
- +/- 12dB filter boost/cut, variable to 0.1dB
- 39 instances per HD Accel chip, 17 instances per HD chip and 13 instances per MIX chip
URS N Series rev 1.21
- Five bands of EQ
- Low and high bands are Shelving, while the mids are Peaking types
- +/- 12dB filter boost/cut, variable to 0.1dB with a "Hi-Q" button on the mid band for narrower bandwidth
- 34 instances per HD Accel chip, 14 instances per HD chip and 10 instances per MIX chip