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The AT-101 is a faithful recreation of the original Fairchild 670 stereo limiter. The AT-101 is built using traditional point-to-point wiring methods and standard turret component mounts. The audio path and power supply are completely free from any printed circuit boards. The AT-101 like the original Fairchild 670 has been assembled completely by hand and uses high quality modern components. The tube complement is exactly the same using a new generation 6386 remote cut-off triode developed to replace the original 50 year old tube types many of which were used in the Fairchild 670. The AT-101 is a beautiful and natural sounding Stereo limiter that brings out detail in your tracks. The unique features of it's legendary design allow all types of instruments and sound to sit "up front" in the mix sounding fatter and bigger bringing the material forward to add depth, dimension and clarity to your music. The AT-101 glues the image together for all types of program and gives your mixes a "finished" quality making this natural sounding compressor an indispensable tool.


The Analoguetube AT-101 compressor Took a flight to London and met Simon Saywood who runs Analoguetube, to listen to his Fairchild recreation, the AT-101 (first heard about it here on GS in the news section). Brought two recent projects (Norah Jones-style pop and a jazz recording) that I know the sound of very well. Had a couple...

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Fairchild 670...Reborn!!

Hi, Thanks for the tips. I have been in contact with a few injection moulding company too, but the polishing part is too expensive, also 3D printing is **** for now, so... I actually like to finish a FAIRCHILD project making the knobs, it's a journey of metal work, wiring, setting up that finishes nicely with the cherry...

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Fairchild Compressor Comparison Thread (Hardware only)

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