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Название :  Tips for Mixing with Multi-Buss Processing feat. UAD EL7 FATSO
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theproaudiofiles A video on using multi-bus compression in a mix with UAD's EL7 FATSO.

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About UAD's EL7 FATSO Plugin:

The FATSO (Full Analog Tape Simulator and Optimizer) is a hardware device designed by Dave Derr’s Empirical Labs, makers of the highly popular Distressor compressor. Its function is to musically integrate frequencies and transients and increase the apparent volume of your source material in the same way classic analog equipment does. It achieves this through an ingenious design and a creative feature set, giving users the ability to impart the wonderfully warm, pleasing sonic characteristics of magnetic recording tape, Class A transformers, and tube circuits. It’s already well known that Universal Audio has partnered with Empirical Labs to re-create Dave’s FATSO design as a UAD Powered Plug-In. In preparation for this imminent event, below are some condensed, slightly modified highlights from the original FATSO manual.

Overview of FATSO's Four Processing Types:

The FATSO was designed to integrate frequencies in a musical manner and provide foolproof, vintage-sounding compression. Generally, it is difficult to make the unit sound unnatural due to its vintage topology. So let's go over the four types of processing the FATSO provides and describe what they do.

Harmonic Generation and Soft Clipper – This is basically a distortion generator associated with the Input knobs. Any time you pass a signal through the FATSO, it passes through this part (except when in bypass). This processing is useful to softly but instantly clip peaks and transients, allowing more average level. Aggressive distortion can be achieved through the same controls.

High Frequency Saturation – Warmth! This circuit simulates the softening of the high end that occurs with analog tape. As the warmth is increased, overly bright signals and transients are quickly attenuated. The time constants are nearly instant, so the high frequencies return very quickly after a loud burst.

Transformer and Tape-Head Emulation – The Tranny circuit simulates the effect of the input and output transformers of older devices and adds the low frequency harmonics that characterize analog tape. This is extremely useful on pure, low-frequency-type tones that don't cut through small speakers. It adds upper "warm" harmonics to frequencies below 150 Hz, especially those even lower, such as 40 Hz (e.g., the low string on a bass guitar), helping them cut through on smaller speakers.

Classic Knee Compression – These are the typical automatic leveling devices used on just about every instrument and vocal track, including the overall buss. Only it’s Empirical Labs compression — smooth and sweet, but in your face!


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