Sampled with ‘Prismsound Orpheus’ precision you will not be disappointed. Provided in 192 khz, 96 khz and 44.1 khz. 33 presets. Library size is 785 MB. 10 distortion kernels. Please note that these require a fully licensed Nebula Pro license to enjoy. Four Liverpudlian musicians changed the audio recording landscape in the 60s. EMI began development of in house hardware that found a home in Abbey Road, recording studio of many a successful artist. The foundation of this library is based on a genuine vintage EMI microphone amplifier section that I managed to track down. A custom made and modified unit optimised for modern recording, it has a 50 Ohm /200 Ohm preamp section and a DI/Line level input. Making your audio full, warm and with a subdued high end to cure harsh highs if you’re looking for something really close to the EMI REDD 47 preamps/ amplifiers, then this may help you get a little closer.
The magic is in the transformers. I studied many reference recordings to attempt to emulate the gentle curves that may lead to you having a nice fat warm and round kick for your studio. Get a Fairchild compressor VST, one of my mojo presets, squash your kick and add one of these presets, push the G-drive up, close your eyes and you may even start to hear what its all about, this fuss about the 60s being the golden era of recording.