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Focusrite Brainworx BX_Console Plugin
Focusrite Brainworx BX_Console Plugin

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Focusrite Brainworx BX_Console Plugin

  • Endorsed and Approved by FOCUSRITE
  • Faithful emulation of the legendary ISA110 Equalizer Module and the ISA130 Dynamic Module include Comp/Limiter, De-Esser and Expander/Gate from the original Focusrite Studio Console designed by Rupert Neve
  • Brainworx´s TMT inside - Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT, US Patent No. 10,725,727) simulates channel-to-channel variances in electronic components for the most realistic analog sound
  • Randomize function for picking emulated channel number
  • Adds several "mods" to the already fantastic original design in the EQ and Dynamics sections
  • Continuously variable THD control adds colorful saturation independently per channel
  • Continuously variable Virtual Gain control adds simulated analog noise independently per channel for extra analog vibe
  • Loaded with plenty of useful presets to give you a starting place for finding your sound

Brainworx Audio has unveiled the bx_console Focusrite SC, a plug-in inspired by two channel strip modules – ISA-110 and -130 – which featured on Focusrite’s super rare Studio Console.

Focusrite’s Studio Consoles were originally designed by the godfather of recording technology, Rupert Neve. He had envisioned a world-class microphone preamp and a musical sounding-EQ with low noise and extra-wide bandwidth. These inspirations culminated in the ISA-110 and -130 modules. The ISA-110 featured a transformer-coupled mic preamp, a four-band EQ as well as high- and low-pass filters, while the companion ISA-130 module was a compressor, limiter and de-esser all rolled into one.

By integrating its unique Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT) with the bx_console Focusrite SC, Brainworx has been able to offer 72 channel variations. In essence, TMT aims to recreate the small channel-to-channel variances – such as phase and frequency responses – you’d find in an analogue mixing disk.

In addition to the usual channel strip controls, Brainworx has thrown in two variable controls: Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) and Virtual Gain. THD is designed to dial in colour and saturation, while Virtual Gain can be used to add simulated noise independently to each channel, giving you an extra dose of analogue vibe.

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