The URS Classic Console Strip Pro is URS' ultimate multi console in the box channel strip solution. Create your dream console choosing your favorite algorithms from the Input Stage, Compressor and EQ selections.
The URS Classic Console Strip Pro is a revolutionary new way of combining classic sounds into one unified Channel Strip. This modern concept allows the engineer to create hundreds of custom console starting points from the almost never ending palette of input stages, compressor/limiter and EQ choices all with near zero latency and full 48 bit Double Precision Processing.
Thirty Selectable Input Stage Algorithms
The URS Classic Console Strip Pro includes thirty digitally recreated Input Stages including: Console Input Stage/Summing Buss, Class A transformer, Tube and Analog Tape 15ips 2", 30ips 2" and 30ips half inch head bumps to color the signal before adding any EQ or compression. The Input Stage Intensity control adjusts the Input Stage effect from 0-200%. A Digital transparent Input stage is also provided which adds no colorization, harmonics and/or saturation.
Sixty Selectable Compressor Starting Points
The URS Classic Console Strip Pro features a custom designed versatile Channel Compressor that can match the sound and characteristics of Diode Bridge, VCA, Fet, Opto, Tube and Tape compression.
The compressor starting points are based on the most prized compressors limiters in recording studio history. The URS Classic Console Strip Pro features 14 Classic Console Compressor/Limiter models and 46 Outboard Compressor/Limiter starting points.
Five Selectable EQ Section Algorithms Per Band
The Classic Console Strip Pro currently includes all new digital recreations of five analog recording console EQ sections: 1967 American 4 band, 1970 Class A British 3 band, 1972 Class A/B British 4 band, 1980 British 4 band and a 1951 vintage program EQ. Each EQ band can select from any of the five EQ choices.
Filters/Side chain section
The Classic Console Strip Pro Filters can be assigned either Pre/Post Compressor or as the Compressor's Side chain. Using the Side chain feature fine tune how narrow or "Broad Band" the Compressor will affect the program material. The Filters completely overlap to dial in problem frequencies.
Room to grow
The URS Classic Console Strip Pro's unified GUI allows room to add more Input Stage, Compressor and EQ algorithms as they are developed.
In Your Face Signal Flow
The URS Classic Console Strip Pro's Signal Flow section indicates the routing of the Compressor, Filters and EQ sections and serves as the IN/OUT switching for each section. The Pre/Post switching of the Compressor section and Filters sections will change the labeling of the Signal Flow buttons. The Compressor is selectable Pre/Post EQ section. The Filters are selectable Pre/Post the Compressor section.
The Classic Console Strip Pro Native RTAS version lists for $749.99 RTAS - Macintosh only...WinXP, Vista TDM, RTAS support coming soon!
Owners of the URS Classic Console Strip can upgrade to the URS Classic Console Strip Pro for a reduced price.
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