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BOZ DIGITAL +10db Bundle - Channel Strip Plug-In (Download)
+10db Bundle - Channel Strip Plug-In (Download)
B&H # BO1012099
MFR # 10-12099
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The +10db Bundle from Boz Digital is a plug-in that essentially models the ADR F769X-R Vocal Stresser. The +10db Compressor is based on the ADR Compex which was the original dynamics section of the Vocal Stresser. The +10db Equaliser models the EQ section. Together, this software recreation effectively provides three plug-ins in a single bundle - EQ, compressor, and channel strip.
+10db Equaliser - Modeled EQ Plug-In (Download)
The +10db Equaliser from Boz Digital is a plug-in modeled after the EQ section of the ADR F769X-R Vocal Stresser. The original hardware used a different approach to the standard series-configuration EQ by employing a parallel configuration, which can make for some interesting effects, especially for bands that are close together. The result is that more extreme boost and cut settings can be used without the resulting signal becoming harsh.
To preserve the spectral integrity of the original analog filters, the company did not utilize any digital pre-warping. Instead, each filter has a symmetric frequency response all the way up to the Nyquist frequency, delivery a natural and musical response in the high frequencies.
+10db Compressor - Dynamics Plug-In (Download)
The +10db Compressor from Boz Digital is a dynamics plug-in modeled after the ADR Compex compressor. The original hardware was used on many famous 80's rock albums where the unit was mainly employed (though not exclusively) for creating signature, "huge" drum sounds. In addition to recreating the sound of the analog hardware, the company added a dry pass-through knob for making parallel compression easy, without having to set up extra buses.