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Native Instruments has just introduced VINTAGE  COMPRESSORS, a set of faithfully modeled classic dynamic processors for  use in GUITAR RIG 4 and in the free GUITAR RIG PLAYER. Produced in  collaboration with DSP experts Softube, the collection comprises three  of the most distinctive and revered high-end studio compressors, and can  be used to creatively treat a comprehensive range of instruments and  sounds with the highest level of sonic fidelity and profound vintage charm.

VINTAGE COMPRESSORS is the first release in a new range of professional  studio effects based on the GUITAR RIG effects framework. Developed in  collaboration with acclaimed Swedish DSP developers Softube, known for  their highly sophisticated emulations of analog audio hardware, VINTAGE  COMPRESSORS comprises three different models designated as the VC 76, VC  2A and VC 160. While the VC 76 excels at drums and vocals, the VC 2A is  popular for vocals, bass and guitar, with the VC 160 being a common  choice for string instruments and individual drum sounds as well.

All three emulations offer the full feature set of their analog hardware  counterparts, with their sonic characteristics and intricacies  authentically replicated through advanced analog component modeling. The  GUITAR RIG framework also provides an additional sidechain input with  adjustable high-pass filter as well as a wet/dry control for parallel  compression, opening up a wide array of advanced techniques. All three  emulations are also available separately, and integrate seamlessly with  any existing arsenal of effects in the GUITAR RIG 4 or the GUITAR RIG  PLAYER software.

VINTAGE COMPRESSORS is available as a download in the NI Online Shop for  $229 / 199 EUR, with the individual models being available for $119 / 99  EUR each.

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