Me he bajado ese que dices y ¿una especie de compresor sencillo para voces? adjunto imagen
pues no sabia que traia el compresor.. si, lo he instalado y si... curioso.
es lo que dice del tema...
Thanks for downloading the LMC-1 Listen Mic Compressor plug-in from Solid State Logic. We bet you’re itching to get started, but before you dive in we thought we’d share a little of the background of this unique compressor.
Back in 1979 Solid State Logic gave birth to a legendary recording console. The SSL SL 4000E Master Studio System forever changed how records would be recorded and mixed, heralding a new age in popular music. In less than three years, every major studio worldwide featured at a least one room with an SSL “E” Series console.
Part of the success of the “E” Series sound was born out by the rapid change in drum sounds that occurred on recordings from that period, all of which took advantage of the compressors and gates in every channel. When used together with the side chain trigger options, rhythm tracks exploded out of the speakers. The success of the sound was so prevalent, that early manufacturers of digital reverbs all attempted emulations of the classic SSL analogue 'gated ambience mic' drum sound.
The SSL Listen Mic Compressor was the secret weapon in many producers sonic arsenal of recording techniques. Originally designed to prevent overloading the return feed from a studio communications mic, its fixed attack and release curves were eminently suitable for use on ambient drums mics. Of course, we’d like to take all the credit for this great sound, but as usual, it was the creativity of SSL users that led to the idea.
Long-time SSL user Hugh Padgham is credited with the ‘discovery’ while he was working as an engineer on Peter Gabriel’s Intruder at Townhouse Studios. Whilst searching for a great drum sound, Padgham had engaged the Listen Mic Compressor in order to hear talkback from Phil Collins behind the drum kit. The resulting drum tone was exactly what they had been looking for. Overnight the console was hastily rewired by Chris Jenkins, chief-engineer at the Townhouse, (and now director of commercial applications at SSL!) to allow the drums to be put to tape through the Listen Mic Compressor. The result was a classic drum sound that can be heard on tracks as diverse as Phil Collins’ ‘In The Air Tonight’ through to the eponymous debut of US hair-metallers Skid Row.
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