Fuse Audio Labs – Plugins Bundle 2.2.1 (VST, VST3, AAX, AU) [WIN.OSX x86 x64]

By | December 9, 2022


Year/Date of Issue: 10.2021
Version: 2.2.1
Developer: Fuse Audio Labs
Developer website: Fuse Audio Labs
Format: VST, VST3, AAX, AU
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present | R2R
Intel compatible or Apple Silicon CPU
Mac OS 10.12 or newer
A display resolution of 1280×1024 pixels or more
A VST2, VST3, AAX or AudioUnits compatible host
Intel compatible CPU (at least 2 GHz recommended)
Windows 7 or newer
A display resolution of 1280×1024 pixels or more
A VST2, VST3 or AAX compatible host

Description : Fuse Audio Labs is the number one source for truly analog audio plug-ins designed for the everyday needs of real musicians and engineers. The company was founded in 2017 by Reimund Dratva, a deeply knowledgeable expert in translating complex analog topologies into top-notch DSP code. Over the years Raymund has built a huge portfolio of leading modeling firms for brands such as ACME, Black Box Analog Design, Black Rooster Audio, Elysia, Millennia, Neold, Vertigo and many more available on the Plugin Alliance and the UAD-2 platform. while his own designs remain 100% pure from Fuse Audio Labs.

Description of plugins :
The Bucket-500 is an authentic emulation of a BBD-based analog delay circuit. The company has added some features to the digital look, including stereo feed, LFO and control flexibility. They also extended the original time range to 10…1000ms and included a host tempo sync setting. The idea behind the Bucket-500 is to offer you an easy-to-use processor that still has enough versatility to create wide, stylish sounds.
DrumsSSX is an acronym for Source Separator and Re-mixer. It is an all-in-one solution that is designed to separate audio monophonic or stereophonic drum recordings into their components so that they can be mixed individually when there is no multi-track signal. DrumsSSX opens up a whole world of remixing and processing possibilities that can’t be achieved with conventional tools such as EQs, compressors, transient shapers or even multiband processors.
The F-59 is a recreation of a ’58-’60 era classic that set the course for decades of guitar amp technology. Offering a wide range of tones, the plugin attempts to stay true to the original vibes while adding handy features to the digital realm.
Flywheel – Brings the rich analog sound of reel-to-reel tape recording systems to your music. Instead of focusing on the specifics of a single device, this tape marvel combines all the beautiful analog imperfections such as saturation, phase lag, high-frequency loss, and low-frequency resonances in a single, clearly labeled interface.
RS-W2395C – plug-in that simulates the German Audio Lab W2395c equalizer
TCS-68 is a virtual simulator of an eight-track cassette port studio.
The TCS-68 includes accurate preamp, tape and EQ emulation. The original analog block consisted of a powerful 10-channel mixer that included simple 3-band EQs, mic and line inputs, and inserts for each channel, an 8-track recorder with advanced noise reduction, and a finely tuned measurement bridge.
The VCL-4 is a meticulous emulation of an optical compressor from the 1960s. Emulated every single node of the original device. The processor has a very musical software-specific compression characteristic, perfect for processing any audio material.
VCL-25A is a virtual imitator of a rare leveler from the 50s.
The VCL-373 is a virtual simulation of the vintage early 60s limiter compressor found in many master studios.
The VCL-515 is a plug-in that emulates a 1960s tube limiter used in US broadcasts. In addition to adjusting the intensity of compression, for greater flexibility, the developers have introduced into their version the ability to adjust the attack and release, mixing with the original, as well as control the output signal level.
The VCL-864U is a recreation of the iconic limiter with powerful additional controls and features. This plugin is ready to do incredible things for your mixes, but believe it or not, the limiter it models has its roots in wartime communications, not music. It was mainly used by the US military during the Korean War. His original manual even included helpful tips on how to keep the device out of enemy hands and several methods of destruction. Eventually the world became aware of the superior compression capabilities of this device and it became very popular in the audio engineering and music producer communities.
VPRE-2C – vintage tube amplifier
VPB-Bundle emulates some of the most popular and amazing sounding pedals that grace countless pedalboards around the world, complete with a nice surprise
The VPRE-376 is a very accurate emulation of the Telefunken V376 Preamp. The plugin completely recreates the work of all the components of the original and will easily decorate any audio signal.
VPRE-562A – vintage tube amplifier
The VQA-154 is a recreation of the ADM 1540, the popular 4-band EQ of the 70s that made its way into many broadcast and production studios around the world. This is a very versatile and easy to use equalizer that provides a cool and nice sounding coloration that always sounds musical.
VQP-258A & VQP-259A bundle – a set of two plug-ins that emulate vintage fixtures 258-A and 259-A from the 50s. Both plugins are exact replicas of the original devices (passive EQ and low/high filter) and offer intuitive controls. The VQP-258A and VQP-259A are capable of independently processing signal frequency ranges and performing spot equalization. The VQP-Bundle has been designed using state-of-the-art circuit modeling techniques that take into account all the intricacies of original iron devices, including band interaction and transformer saturation.

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