Elysia museq is a special box. It is a fully discrete, Class-A dual-mono equaliser that’s exceptionally well designed and built, with a sound that will redefine your perception of equalisation.
Fairchild 670 recreation assembled by Distopik. It's made from original parts as well as parts used for repairing originals by the likes of Vintage King. Big daddy of compressor limiters and frequently voted #1 best compressor in the world. It's not really a transparent or seriously fast-acting peak limiter, though it was in the 1950s when it was introduced and used on Beatles albums.
This one is not for the faint-hearted. Distopik Audio Destruction Unit is based upon the famous REDD-47 tube microphone preamplifier circuit but sports Carnhill input and output transformers and packs both REDD's "in your face" high mids and a hint of that British signature weight in the low-mids.
Recreation of an 1176 "blue stripe" with Ed Anderson output transformer and added remote control! The 1176 is THE compressor, made popular by the likes of Chris Lord Alge and many, many others, as it’s found its way into more or less all well-equipped studios around the globe.
A 1/4" stereo master tape recorder from the end of 80s/start of 90s. It superseded the legendary A80 model and surpassed it many aspects both soundwise and in terms of tape transport mechanics and control.
2-track stereo master recorder – a legendary mastering-grade tape machine from the 70s. It represents the German answer to the Studer A80.
A full on combination of venerable classics:
pair of Distopik EQP-1A program equalizers
SSL 4000 type “Gold Can” VCA compressor
GML/Sontec inspired Distopik Precision Series Mastering EQ
Precision Series FET Limiter
This bundle is guaranteed to infuse your mixes with both mojo and definition to make them perform their best in the club, laptop or phone.
Bettermaker Mastering Limiter is one of the few analog audio processors that already comes automated out of the box. In that way it was only natural to put it on mix:analog and give a myriad of software limiters a run for their money.