Shape that sound the way it should be. The HoRNet SW34EQ is an equalizer coming straight from the 80s. It’s the digital version of the EQ found in an American console and it features the typical analog EQ sound and controls. This plugin is specifically modeled after one channel of this console used in the main room of Virus Studio, here in Siena, Italy. This EQ is very smooth and gentle, both in the EQ shapes (bells and shelves) and it’s almost perfect for general tone shaping, especially the low shelf gives weight to the sound without pumping it too much. You also get an high-pass filter at 40Hz with 18dB/oct slope that can be activated even if the rest of the EQ is not.
Dash Signature’s daHornet is an emulation of the classic EDP Wasp analog synthesizer. Released originally in 1978, the Wasp was a cult classic with a unique sound, designed by Chris Hugget (of OSCar fame). daHornet brings this intriguing instrument to the 21st century for all classic synth lovers to enjoy. Hybrid vintage virtual analogue soft synthesizer. (is not just another VA synth, is much more!)
The HoRNet MultiComp is a sound processor that provides you with three different compression models, a VCA emulation, a FET emulation and an OPTO emulation. Every model is equipped with a special oversampling mode and a characteristic analog saturation.
Sybilla is an intelligent de-esser designed with one purpose: reduce those sibilant in almost no time. It works dividing the input signal in 6 different bands carefully tuned to the sibilant sound frequencies, the output of these filters drive a VCA modeled compressor that has a smooth and pleasant response. This coupled with envelope followers “perfect for speech” gives Sybilla a very musical sound but effective de-essing.
The HoRNet ChannelStrip MK2 is a versatile plugin designed for every day use. I hate using a lot of plugins on every channel because swapping sessions between computers means having to install and authorize every single plugins, for this reason I spent almost one year designing the tool i usually put on a channel and packaging them all together in a single plugin.