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First Compressor Design

Hey guys,

I want to design my own compressor and I would really like to know where I should start. I've read something about that the THAT 4301 is a good starting platform. I want to make a good sounding 2 channel with link variable ratio, attack and release compressor.

Do you guys have any tips? Anything would be really really appreciated!

BTW: I want to try and keep my budget under 100 euro.

Thanks in advance,

Tom
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Google is your friend. Find the THAT site, they have app notes and spec sheets that will give you all the info you need. You are not going to do it for 100 euro though, a decent case will cost that by itself.
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Google is your friend. Find the THAT site, they have app notes and spec sheets that will give you all the info you need. You are not going to do it for 100 euro though, a decent case will cost that by itself.
Wouldn't this be a good case? https://www.thomann.de/nl/adam_hall_...ergehaeuse.htm
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https://www.thomann.de/nl/adam_hall_...haeuse_2he.htm or this?
Old 2 weeks ago
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Add in XLRs, power transformer, circuit board, and other parts, starting to add up.
And if you want audio transformers on in and out, gonna be even more!
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