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Aphex 661 Expressor Compressor/Limiter
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The Aphex 661 Expressor Compressor/Limiter is a totally new type of compressor incorporating vacuum tube technology with the latest innovations in au...Click To Read More About This Product
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The latest innovations in audio compression.
The Aphex 661 Expressor Compressor/Limiter is a totally new type of compressor incorporating vacuum tube technology with the latest innovations in audio compression. It features Tubessence, Easyrider, and High Frequency Expander patented circuits for compression that is both warm and full-sounding without the high heat, bulk, short life, fragility, and sonic variability found in traditional tube designs. You also get automatic attack and release times that eliminate any guesswork in your settings.
- Tubessence, Easyrider, and High Frequency Expander patented circuits
- Compression that is both warm and full-sounding
- Automatic attack and release times eliminates guesswork
- High Frequency Expander circuit adds life and air to your comopressed signals without fear of background noise pumping
- Spectral Phase Refractor restores clarity and punch to your tracks
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I use the Aphex 661 in my bass guitar rig for live performance and future recording. Most traditional compressors are not suitable for all applications, a bass rig specifically. The 661 gives you the ability to tweak several elements of your sound to make it possible to use it effectively under most circumstances. Don't expect this unit to be an easy fix or to affect your overall tone, it true benefits afterall are in "what you don't hear" rather that in what you'll noticeably hear. You sound will, however, reach farther and not contribute to a muddy mix sometimes caused by low bass frequencies running wild. I suggest trying the Aphex 661 to harness those frequencies and deliver them with punch, precision, and full tone.