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Diego's Corner BLOG no. 1 - Universal Audio Console Software Pro tools set up. 0

Hello friends

Thank you for stopping by and checking out our Weekly blog.

Today I will be discussing Universal Audio's Console software. In particular how to set it up so it recognizes ProTools as you're DAW.

Here's an illustration of the Console main window and what each section is.

 

Universal Audio's Console’s design has a lot of cool productive features. Aside from the fact that it allows you to control the physical controls on any universal audio interface via the software, it also allows you to track and record in your DAW with zero latency, using Universal Audio's amazing sounding plug in architecture and real time processing. This feature is very important as artist should have a zero latency headphone mix while they are recording. Latency can be very distracting and uncomfortable, and will cause timing issues with your recordings, aside from the fact that it will upset your artists.

First step.

Once you get your Apollo interface, you will be asked to download the Console software. Its important that you research which version of the console software is compatible with your set up (OS), and confirm that is compatible.

Once installed, and your Console software has recognized your computer and DAW, you should set the Console up to recognize your ProTools software. This is achieved by going to the ”console settings” under the “Core audio” menu.

See image below.

  

Here you will select the following under the following menus.

                MODE                   - DEFAULT

                I/O PRESETS       - AUTOMATIC

                # INPUTS             – 32(PT MODE)

                # OUTPUTS         – 36

 

That's pretty much it. ProTools should now work flawlessly with Console in the background.

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Next week I will be discussing how to set up Console so it will send a headphone/cue mix to your artists with effects like reverb, delay etc., and zero latency!

Feel free to email us with your questions and we will be happy to answer them if we can. And please do not forget to subscribe to our blog so that you can receive updates and reviews, and to receive discount coupons for our (scitscat) store.

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Truly yours

Diego L

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Diego's Corner BLOG no. 58 - BLOG no. 58 - UAD’s Diezel Herbert Amplifier plug-in. 0

“Vicious modern distortion combined with huge clean tones”

                                      “Universal Audio”

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Hello friends,

Thank you for checking out our Weekly blog.In UAD’s Diezel Herbert Amplifier plug-in.

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Key features

  • Exacting emulation of the original Diezel Herbert 180-watt guitar amp
  • Endorsed and fully authenticated by Peter Diezel
  • 120 Recording Chains with multiple speaker cabinets – recorded in Brainworx´s studio using the NEVE VXS72 console, stellar outboard gear and world class microphones
  • FX Rack features Vintage Delay, noise gate, filter controls, internal power soak, and pre– and post-amp bypass
  • Feels like a real amp when played through UA Audio Interface's Realtime UAD Processing
  • Physical input impedance and hands-on control of Gain staging with Unison technology

Universal Audio

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NOW YOU CAN:

  • Use your UA Interface to track through the Diezel Herbert — with no latency
  • Audition 120 separate high-end recording chains, featuring multiple cabinets and classic microphones
  • Shape tones further with FX Rack’s Vintage Delay, noise gate, high/low filters, and more
  • Easily dial in god-like clean tones, manicured medium gain, and all out assault with a state-of-the art tone machine

                                  Universal Audio

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Universal Audio does it again

Hard, clean, modern, and distortion, are the keywords here!

Created and designed by Brainworx, and officially endorsed by legendary amp builder Peter Diezel, the Diezel Herbert amplifier plug-in is a Monster 180 Watt guitar amp plug-in emulator.

While emulating a six KT77-equipped sledgehammer, this monster delivers a mean/clean pulverized electric guitar tone amongst others.

Always keep in mind that the wrong amp can do more harm and frustration than good. That's why it is important to know what guitar amp head you should be using to record your guitar tracks. For those of you who are not familiar or do not often record heavy distortion/modern rock guitars for productions, this plug-in is a no brainer! Just insert as a unison plug-in, (only for universal audio interfaces), do a little A/B referencing, and bingo… you’re in. That simple! No guessing, and no danger of using and printing a wrong modern guitar amp sound.

Introduced over 20 years ago, this beast is still considered current, and and still is one of the main sought after amp head for modern rock guitarists.

The plug-in includes the Brainworx FX Rack allowing you to work with the effects that Brainworx is so well known for delivering. Beware though, an original Diezel Herbert Amplifier head will dent your pocket anywhere between $2000 - $3500.. Ouch!

 

                     

Diezel's Herbert amplifier is a 180-watt pulverizer designed to deliver the meanest of means, the cleanest of cleans — and more. Still considered state-of-the art, nearly 20 years after its release, the Diezel Herbert is a mainstay in heavy rock, and extreme metal productions — anywhere bold, powerful electric guitar tones are required.

Developed by Brainworx, and officially endorsed by legendary amp builder Peter Diezel, the Diezel Herbert plug-in masterfully emulates this six KT77-equipped sledgehammer……

                       “Universal Audio”

 

So… need I say that at $149 for this UAD unison plug-in, this plug-in is a steal! and a heck of a deal. And if you're concerned about purchasing something you may not have any use for, go to the Universal Audio website and download the seven day demo and experience it for yourself. This could be one of those handy tools that you have hidden in your arsenal which may save the day during that one crazy guitar tracking session.

Thanks once again for stopping by and please don't  forget to subscribe and visit the (scitscat) website for great pricing and availability, and and of course great sounding gear!”

Truly yours

D.

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Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj5aat4fNMg

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Diego's Corner BLOG no. 56 -UAD’s Little Labs® IBP Phase Alignment Tool 0

“Easily correct phase issues and creatively manipulate colors and textures”

                                      “Universal Audio”

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Hello friends,

Thank you for checking out our Weekly blog.In UAD’s Little Labs® IBP Phase Alignment Tool plug-in plug-in.

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Key features

  • Powerful and convenient emulation of the award-winning Little Labs IBP hardware
  • Real time, continuously variable phase sweep between 0º and 180º with all “in between”
  • Allows mics to be placed where they sound best, rather than limited phase-coherent positions
  • Eliminates phase issues with multi-mic setups, DI/mic combinations and live-recorded material
  • Phase Adjust allows for either 180º or 90º ranges of phase for a greater range of control
  • Low/High ‘Phase Center’ switch allows greater control of either low or high frequency sources
  • UA’s plug-in adds “Delay Adjust” giving perfect, continuous digital phase control
  • Requires a UAD DSP Accelerator Card or Apollo Interface available from authorized dealers worldwide

Universal Audio

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NOW YOU CAN:

  • Eliminate phase issues with multi-mic setups, DI/mic combinations, and live-recorded material
  • Place mics where they sound best, rather than limited phase-coherent positions
  • Tweak with real time, continuously variable phase sweep between 0° and 180° with all “in between”
  • Use Phase Center switch for greater control of either low or high frequency sources

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Universal Audio does it again

There's really not much to say about this tool other than the fact that it is very handy! It's basically a tool to help you eliminate out of phase situations.Basically it's an out of phase situation tool, (Which can be a real pain in the rear). This situation can be very annoying, detrimental to your mix, and can 555 cause tracks sound very empty, hollow, and just downright uncomfortable to the ear.

Out of phase situations are normally avoided if you are familiar with the d and don'ts regarding mic angles and placement. With this being said, sometimes we forget our oversee that we are causing an out of phase miking situation. This can happen by setting up more than one mic on an acoustic instrument, guitars, drums, percussion, etc.

Out of phase issues also happen to come in mistake is made where an engineer/producer will duplicate a way file in order to create a stereo file on the mono track. When a wave file is duplicated in order to create a stereo track, it is an identical copy of the original, therefore creating sandwich that are identical, causing an out of phase scenario.

They are tricks to fixing out of phase situations, but not everyone knows about these tricks. Some plug-ins have an out of phase button that you simply push/Turn on and it will flip the cycle of the wave file, causing it to go in phase with the second track 

The Little Labs IBP Phase Alignment Tool plug-in for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces lets you easily eliminate the undesirable hollow comb-filtered sound when combining out-of-phase and partially out-of-phase audio signals. Fully authenticated by Little Labs, the IBP Phase Alignment Tool plug-in is a “fix it” as well as a creative one, letting you tweak audio phase as a texture and tonal color.

Whether combining direct and miked signals, acoustic guitar and vocal mics, drum kit mics, or multiple split-guitar amps, the Little Labs IBP Phase Alignment Tool plug-in makes sure signal phase can be quickly and easily controlled and manipulated.

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This plug-in/tool brings some cool little features, like delay adjust, phase adjust, phase invert, and even a 90/180° phase adjustment button.

Well, that's all for now. Make sure you study and learn about phase situation and avoid yourself some headaches and hollow sounding tracks

Thanks once again for stopping by and please don't  forget to subscribe and visit the (scitscat) website for great pricing and availability, and great sounding      gear!”

Truly yours

D.

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Diego's Corner BLOG no. 55- UAD’s Townsend Labs Sphere plug-in 0

“A limitless mic locker using advanced microphone modeling.”

                                      “Universal Audio”

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Hello friends,

Thank you for checking out our Weekly blog.In UAD’s Townsend Labs Sphere plug-in. 

And for you Mike and Susie yes I am including the list of Mike's that come with this package. The list is big

Key features

  • Included Mic Models
  • LD-47K
  • Created in 1947, Neumann U47 has stood the test of time as the ultimate studio mic. Extensively used by The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, and countless others, only about 6,000 of these mics were produced. The Neumann U47 analyzed for this model has a fully brass capsule with a screw-mounted mylar diaphragm and a genuine VF14 tube.
  • LD-49K
  • The Neumann U49 employs the same capsule used in the U47, but the response of the U49 is slightly smoother and less colored. The U49 also uses a Telefunken AC701 tube instead of the VF-14 used the 47. The LD-49K model is based on a Neumann 49c, which was likely manufactured in the early ’60s and has a U47 capsule with a screw-mounted mylar diaphragm.
  • LD-67
  • The Neumann U67 is a unique and wonderful mic that sounds warm without sounding dull. It shines on distorted guitar amps where it can reduce harshness while maintaining detail. The LD-67 model is based on a mid-’60s version with an EF86 tube and its high-pass filter and pad switch settings are fully modeled.
  • LD-67 NOS
  • After the Berlin Wall fell, a warehouse was found with Neumann U67 parts on the East German side of the border. In 1991 a limited production of U67 reissues were made from these new-old-stock parts.
  • LD-87
  • The Neumann U87 was brought to market as a replacement for the U67, even though it sounds quite different. The LD-87 model is based on a mid-’70s version with a split backplate capsule which sounds slightly different than a modern 87. The high-pass filter and pad switch settings are also fully modeled
  • D-87 TKL
  • 5The LD-87 TK model is based on a Neumann U87 modified by Tracy Korby. The modification extends the 87's response at both the low and high end, giving it a more modern sound but without accentuating sibilance.
  • LD-12
  • The LD-12 model is based on the iconic AKG C12 from the ’50s, faithfully capturing its gorgeous high-end sheen and sparkle. The LD-12 is a great choice for lush, breathy vocals without overly accentuating sibilance.
  • LD-251
  • The LD-251 is based on the Telefunken ELA M 251 built for export to the US which has a 6072 tube and an original fully brass capsule. The 251 is one of the rarest and most highly regarded microphones of all time. It is the go-to vocal mic for many A-list artists, including Beyonce.
  • LD-800The LD-800 model is based on the legendary Sony C800G. The 800G is often the perfect choice for a modern pop or hip-hop sound and is the go-to microphone for countless big-name artists, including Mariah Carey.
  • D-414L BrassThe original AKG 414 with a brass-ringed capsule is one of the greatest studio mics of all time. It uses the same CK12 capsule as the legendary C12, although just about everything else is completely different from the electronics to the body design. The LD-414 Brass is a perfect choice for drum overheads, snare drum, and acoustic guitar.
  • LD-414 Nylon
  • In the late ’70s, the AKG 414 began using a new capsule with a nylon mounting ring. The sound of these capsules are different and much of the high-end sparkle of the CK12 disappeared with the new capsule. While many people prefer the sound of the older capsule, the nylon version has a more neutral response which can work well on many sources.
  • LD-414 US
  • The LD-414 US is based on one of the most ubiquitous condenser microphones of all time, the later-period AKG 414. The mic uses essentially the same nylon capsule as the later production AKG 414 EB, so the sound is quite similar although a bit more neutral.
  • LD-414 T2
  • The LD-414 T2 is based on a newer AKG 414 variant that was designed to recreate the sound of the old CK12 brass-ringed capsule but using a modern nylon-style capsule. While it is a good sounding mic, it never got all that close to duplicating the sound of the original 414s with CK12s. The sound is a bit "scooped" with less midrange compared to the previous versions.
  • SD-451
  • The SD-451 is based on the AKG 451 modular end-address small diaphragm condenser mic which has become an industry standard. The full complement of capsule options are modeled, so you have all the flexibility of the original. The two 75Hz and 150Hz high-pass filter options are also modeled from the original.
  • RB-4038
  • The RB-4038 model is based on the Coles 4038 ribbon mic originally developed in the mid-’50s by the BBC and manufactured by STC (Standard Telephones and Cables). It excels on drum overheads and its inherent high-frequency roll off and large proximity effect are sometimes a liability at close distances, but at typical drum overhead distances it can have just the right balance.
  • RB-77DX SatinThe classic RCA 77DX is an iconic, a multi-pattern ribbon that has graced the desks of many famous personalities, including David Letterman and Larry King. Countless musical legends, such as Bing Crosby, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, B.B. King and Johnny Cash, have also recorded with a 77. Wonderful for recording brass instruments, this mic is typically used with cardioid or figure-8 pattern, but the full complement of patterns from the original is provided.
  • RB-77DX Chrome
  • The RB-77DX Umber model is substantially darker and smoother than the RB-77DX Satin model, and works well on brighter, more strident sources.
  • DN-57
  • Introduced in 1965, the Shure SM57 is very likely the best selling studio microphone of all time. It can be a particularly good option when blended with other mics, such as ribbons and large diaphragm condensers, to achieve an overall more balanced sound. The DN-57 model is based on a recent production SM57.
  • DN-7
  • Based on the Shure SM7A, the same mic Bruce Swedien used to record Michael Jackson's vocals on Thriller, the DN-7 model captures the magic that has allowed it to hold its own with some of the best condensers ever made. The DN-7 is based on the "A" version, and when the Axis control is set to 180 degrees, the model emulates the mic without the windscreen installed. Some recording engineers prefer this sound and permanently remove the windscreen.
  • *Townsend Labs Sphere plug-in requires the Townsend Labs Sphere L22 microphone. All trademarks are property of their respective owners, and used only to represent the microphones modeled as part of the Townsend Labs Sphere software.

Universal Audio

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Every possible production piece of studio equipment has been mutated into some form of plug-in. Anything from analog synthesizers, compressors, preamp's, to microphones. The problem starts from different manufacturers have different ideas about what an “emulation” or "modeling” should sound like. The fact is that today, and with today’s technology, these emulations have gone to a level of equal comparison that amazes most users. Developers are using different types of characteristics to come up with new models including equalization and saturation. Polar pattern and off axis reaction have also taken a great part in this re-creation.

I will recommend now that you go over to the website and download the free version of this amazing plug-in .

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NOW YOU CAN:

  • Track through your Apollo and easily audition and record through vintage microphone sounds with no latency
  • Change the proximity effect and polar pattern in real time or at mixdown
  • Reduce bleed, room coloration, and feedback — before or after tracking
  • Record in stereo with different mic models on the left and right channels

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Universal Audio does it again

Mike modeling is technology that has just surfaced. It's been around for about 10 years but with little success. The models that were created even though they came close to the original microphones, did not do justice to the original models.

“When paired with the Sphere microphone (sold  separately), the Townsend Labs Sphere Precision Microphone  software plug-ins give you unprecedented access to the rich, three-dimensional sounds of the finest microphones in recording history.

The Townsend Labs Sphere Precision Microphone System  is the first mic modeler to capture proximity effectand off-axis polar response — the essential elements  to accurately capturing the rich detail of rare   vintage microphones. So you can track instruments and  vocals using hallowed microphone sounds from Neumann,Telefunken, AKG, and more* — in real time using any  Apollo interface.

                                      Universal Audio

Thanks once again for stopping by and please don't   forget to subscribe and visit the (scitscat) website  for great pricing and availability, and great sounding  gear!”

Truly yours

D.

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Links of interest

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https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/

Videos

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Diego's Corner BLOG no. 54- UAD's NEVE 33609 / 33609SE COMPRESSOR plug-in. 0

Get gentle coloration to brickwall limiting for instruments or your mix bus”

                                      “Universal Audio”

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Hello friends,

Thank you for checking out our Weekly blog.In this blog I will be discussing UAD's NEVE 33609 / 33609SE COMPRESSOR plug-in.

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Key features

  • Recreation of the Neve 33609 (rev C) — Derived from the original Neve 2254 compressor
  • Exclusive Neve licensed/UA modeled 33609 bus compressor
  • Compression curves and nonlinearities modeled to exacting detail
  • Auto-release settings offer program dependent qualities
  • “Software-only” controls link, output gain, and headroom switch
  • Stereo or mono operation
  • Includes SE version for higher instance count
  • Requires a UAD DSP Accelerator Card or Apollo Interface available from authorized dealers worldwide

Universal Audio

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NOW YOU CAN:

  • Harness the musical compression and nonlinearities of the Neve 33609 compressor on individual instruments or an entire mix
  • Punch up a drum bus with colorful compression character or subtly tame transients
  • Add or enhance dynamics to pianos, background vocals, and strings
  • Take full advantage of the 33609’s unique personality with useful plug-in-only features

Universal Audio

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    Universal Audio does it again

    Introduced into the audio industry market about 30 years ago and often called "Metal Knob", the Neve 33609 is a collaboration of all the Class A/B Compressor models. Including the 2264, 32264 and the 33314 (broadcast version) compressor/limiter console modules. Neve is one of the most common and popular names in audio production. It's popular silky sound from its pre's and the soft knee dark compression it produces, makes it a very popular name in studios worldwide. There has been many companies   that have created preamp's and compressors to sound and mimic the effects of a classic Neve piece. But very few have succeeded. Their original preamp's from back in the day I desired so highly that some studios still have units from back in the day, units they're easily 30 years old and Worth $10,000 per piece. Even though they require regular strict maintenance, they are still sought after

    When used for mastering, this unit can really be or work course. Providing a very clean but effective compression sound. Not only is it transparent when you need it to be, but it can also handle very complex material where other compressors can't even match it's sounds.

    The workmanship also it's something that Neve is known for. It's gray chassis code color, beautiful knobs, and antique classic look in meters, make it stand out from other equipment. You could almost tell a piece is a Neve piece just by looking at it once.

    “Since 1969, the Neve 33609 stereo bus compressor has been a studio mainstay. Its smooth character coupled  with its ability to be transparent or extremely  colorful have made it a workhorse limiter not only for  music production, but also mastering, post, and broadcast applications.

    Exclusively licensed by Neve, the 33609 plug-in for  UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces expertly emulates the ultra-musical compression curves and nonlinearities of this legendary limiter. The Neve 33609 plug-in also adds modern workflow enhancements  not found on the original hardware, including output   and headroom controls, and a link switch for grouped left/right control of all parameters.”

     “Universal Audio”

    Thanks once again for stopping by and please don't forget to subscribe and visit the (scitscat) website for great pricing and availability, and great sounding      gear!

    Truly yours

    D.

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    Links of interest

    https://www.scitscat.com/

    https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/

    Videos

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj5aat4fNMg

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    Diego's Corner BLOG no. 53- UAD's V76 PREAMPLIFIER plug-in. 0

     

    “Get the big, rich tube sounds of the world's most coveted standalone mic preamp”

                                      “Universal Audio”

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    Hello friends,

    Thank you for checking out our Weekly blog.In this blog I will be discussing UAD's V76 PREAMPLIFIER plug-in.

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    Key features

    • An exhaustive physical model of the most prized and iconic standalone microphone preamp ever made
    • Models entire pentode tube and transformer circuit path, including preamp, output amplifier, nonlinearities, and clipping
    • Mic or Line operation, 76 dB of total gain, onboard low and high cut filters, includes U70 module Input and Output metering
    • Variable, physical input impedance and front panel control of Gain staging and other preamp parameters (with Unison™ technology)
    • Requires a UAD DSP Accelerator Card or UA Audio Interface available from authorized dealers worldwide

    Universal Audio

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    NOW YOU CAN:

    • Get the big, rich "hi-fi" tube tone of the legendary V76 Preamp in the box
    • Record vocals, guitars, drums, and more through the V76 in real time using UA Audio Interfaces
    • Confidently shape signals with an impressive 76 dB of clean gain
    • Control UA Audio Interface mic preamp gain staging and impedance directly from the plug-in with Unison™ technology

    Universal Audio

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    Universal Audio does it again

    Built in 1954, the 50 units give or take a few, were built by the historic company TAB. There were two has built the 80 and the 120. The 80 unit was built for radio, and the 124 for television studios. I have to admit the unit looks pretty crazy and must sound amazing. I have attached a photograph of one.

    Both units are the same with the exception of the cut off filter   choke which set the cut off frequency.

    The “S” version was introduced in 1960. The S stands for "Schallplatte" which translates to vinyl disc. This version included a low-cut and multiple switchable hi cut switches.

    In early 1954 the IRT and Maihak made several units(about 50 or so),  that were just labeled V76, but had all the 80 low and 3kHz high cut.

    The historic TAB company started in 1956 with the production of the V76 version as mentioned above, adding the V76 with 120Hz cut in 1960, since than there is the 80 or 120 extension on the designation number.

    The 80 unit was aimed for the radio market, the 120 for TV studios.

    Both units are the same with the difference in the filter choke that set the cut off frequency.

    Also in 1960 the "S" version was introduced, "S" stand original for "Schallplatte" or for Vinyl Disk, indicating "Studio use" and in 1965 official changed to "Studio".

    The "S" version is quite different, multiple switchable low cut and multiple switchable high cut switches. They also took advantage of NI/FE alloy inductor which produced a better sound that is standard for a ferrite core.

    Not much more is known about these units. At a going rate of $11,000 for a used unit, this unit must have been an amazing   puppy to have in your rack. Preamp's from this era must have that amazing sound that everybody is after.

    “The venerable V76 Preamplifier is arguably the most  coveted standalone mic preamp ever made. Developed in  the 1950s by the German Institute of Broadcast Technology (IRT), the V76's distinctly "hi-fi" tube sound was integral to legendary studios across Europe  from the 1950s through present day, including Decca, EMI, and Abbey Road.

    Now, you can get all of the beautiful, harmonically  rich tube gain and classic frequency response of this  iconic mic preamp in a great-sounding, easy-to-use emulation with the V76 Preamplifier plug-in,  exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces.”

                                        “Universal Audio”

    Thanks once again for stopping by and please don't forget to subscribe and visit the (scitscat) website for great pricing and availability, and great sounding gear!

    Truly yours

    D.

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    Links of interest

    https://www.scitscat.com/

    https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/

    Videos

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj5aat4fNMg

    Email us: sales@scitscat.com

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