Let’s face it – with all the benefits of digital audio processing and recording (low noise, high dynamic range, virtually flat frequency response, low distortion) it is sometimes difficult to get that fuzzy vintage warmth. This is where TB Ferox comes in. It provides smooth compression and saturation that reminds one of the good old days of tape recording, and allows for additinonal feedback-delay effects, which makes it especially suitable to artistically enhance and enrich individual audio tracks.
Almost zero-latency processing, allowing for studio and live operation
Accurate control of compression, saturation and hysteresis character
Analog-style VU (peak) meters for visual inspection of simulated recording levels
User-selectable low-complexity or high-quality, oversampling mode
Variable feedback level and delay to simulate analog echo devices
Support of all sampling rates from 22 to 192 kHz
– Mitigated a Cubase bug that could cause a crash when scanning plugins