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The Softube Valley People Dyna-Mite plug-in is a faithful replica of the Valley People Dyna-mite, a...
Signal processers are essential to the modern recording studio, and with technology improving by the second, broadening your production skills has never been easier. With that in mind, you can bet that we have the signal processing software you need to create a finished product that's worthy of showcasing to an audience.
From equalizers and channel strip software to limiters and noise gates, there is no end to what you can achieve in the studio when you're equipped with the right signal processing software. In fact, companies like Slate Digital, Cakewalk, Sonnox and countless others are trusted by the industry's top recording engineers and producers for what they can bring to the table, and they can all be found right here in this catalog.
With so many choices, you might be wondering where to begin your search. You can always start with the top-rated items, and the Waves CLA-3A is a classic compression plug-in. Based on the '70s solid-state UREI LA-3A, the CLA-3A delivers the same quick response and harmonic distortion that made the original so popular in its prime. Highly recommended for bass, guitars and vocals, this program is both versatile and easy to use. Another excellent option is the Sonnox Oxford Dynamics plug-in for Native systems. Specifically modeled after the dynamics section of the Sony OXF-R3 digital console, this plug-in offers separate compress, limit, expand, gate and side chain EQ functions. Additionally, you get warmth control for extra presence and tube-like sound, and variable soft compress functions to confidently tackle mastering functions and great artistic effects.
When you're ready to boost the quality of your recordings, this is the place to start. Whether you're adding reverb to a vocal or eliminating feedback from a live performance, today's signal processing software is loaded with features, so your next recording project will sound as incredible as you imagined.