Manley Labs’ flagship compressor since 1994, the Variable Mu is a tube and transformer-driven classic that exudes hand-made craftsmanship. A gold standard among mixing and mastering engineers, the Variable Mu adds clarity and cohesion to stereo buses or your entire mix. This compressor is well known for it’s warmth. A modern iteration of the Fairchild it makes a great companion for the 670 Mojo Pro sampling. Tubes, tubes, tubes!!!! When FAT, SMOOTH and WARM are what you are after in your VST compressors, look no further – whether it be on individual tracks needing to loose that digital edge or even Master bus mojo to add GIRTH. Works extremely well with the equivalent Slate VBC version which benefits from the mojo of the real thing IMHO. Equally, also works great with the T-Racks 670 version Vintage 670 Compressor.
Sampled with ‘Prismsound Orpheus’ precision you will not be disappointed. Provided in 192 khz, 96 khz and 44 khz. 33 presets are available. Library size is 785 MB. 10 distortion kernels
This is a cutting edge library guaranteed to make your mixes sound less digital. You will be amazed at how someone had placed a sock over your digital files. Sampled at the highest sampling rate available to date in Nebula Libraries and delivered at that rate. Native 192 khz sampling and also 96 khz available. Designed to work best at 96 khz. This means you need to be patient as the libraries load and resample internally. Don’t worry, the quality will speak for itself. You will be amazed at the improved transient response. This does make for large files – trust me I have tried to make them smaller and felt a small compromise in quality. So the kind of person who buys my libraries must be clear about one thing. This is superb quality that comes at a price – larger than usual files. HDD space is fairly affordable now so I hope I don’t punish your discs – it’s not intentional, really it isn’t. It’s just that I am in pursuit of the highest standards of quality. You will require lots of RAM, a very fast cpu and oodles of HDD space. Apart from that you should be good to go. If you have a slow PC then you may have to bounce down your files