Black Rooster Audio is proud to present the VLA-2A - the world‘s finest emulation of THE opto electronic compressor of the late 1960s. After many hours of hard work, calculus and matching we finally bring you the VLA-2A plug-in. We have put all our knowledge, engineering skill and heart into designing the most authentic native emulation of this unit to this date. We love to use the VLA-2A on drums, but it also performs outstandingly well on bass or vocals and carefully adjusting the compression really helps to make your signals shine and just sit in the mix.
AUTHENTIC CIRCUIT EMULATION
Our real-time component based circuit simulation approach allows for authentically capturing the sound and feel of the analog unit as close as possible. All the crucial parts, including in- and output transformers, sidechain and audio path tube stages, filters and of course the T4A cell have been faithfully modeled and matched with an original '68 reference unit.
SSE2 OPTIMIZED CODE
DSP operations are pipelined using the SSE2 instruction set. This ensures high-performance operation despite very complex computations.
AUTO-ADJUSTED OVERSAMPLING FOR MAXIMUM AUDIO TRANSPARENCY
Aliasing artifacts are efficiently attenuated using a low latency linear phase Dolph-Chebyshev polyphase design. The oversampling rate is auto-adjusted to your session's sample rate to save CPU while offering the most transparent sound possible.
HIGHDPI / RETINA SUPPORT
Our user interfaces support high pixel density on both Windows and Mac OS systems to present you with the most enjoyable user experience on high DPI displays. Please refer to your manual to learn whether your DAW is HighDPI capable if you're working on Windows.
Black Rooster Audio is proud to present the VLA-2A - the world‘s finest emulation of THE opto electronic compressor of the late 1960s. We have put all our knowledge, engineering skill and heart into designing the most authentic native emulation of this unit to this date. We love to use the VLA-2A on drums,...
...the respective follow-up on the LA-2A. So we are not asking you to buy any new product. We think our VLA-2A is a great piece of software, so we are just telling you to give the VLA-3A a try, if "pumping" is the specific thing you don't like. And again - we are offering...
...on peak, VU or LU (because each compressor behave differently on each frequency). For exemple, I was surprised to find the Vla-2A a bit "better sounding" (i.e. a bit louder) when each track was normalized in LU, compared to each track normalized in VU. By normalized, I mean using Hornet plugins to get the same integrated...
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