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Comprised of the best Eventide® effects from nearly forty years of crafting effects used on the top recording and post-production projects, Anthology II includes the entire Anthology bundle, plus six new essential production tools to round out the collection, forming the most complete Eventide bundle ever.

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Solid State Logic

The Duende Native Plug-in suite is a collection of audio processing tools which bring professional audio quality, sophistication and benchmark performance within reach of all DAW users. Duende plug-ins provide the superior precision, advanced feature set and legendary tonal characteristics of SSL console products in affordable VST/AU/RTAS plug-in form. They are quite simply the easiest way to get your hands on professional tools that will help you achieve professional mixes that sound like a record.

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Phoenix II is an update of Crane Song's suite of TDM plug-ins designed to emulate the unique properties of a magnetic tape machine. Phoenix II runs both NATIVE and DSP on Avid's PT 10 AAX format. Phoenix II uses 32 bit floating point math and has a lower noise floor than the original release.Designer Dave Hill has crafted this software with the same attention to detail he used to create the electronics for ATR Service's much heralded "Aria" discrete tape recorders. His intimate knowledge of analog electronics, as well as decades of experience as a recording engineer has spawned a very useful, musical suite of plug-ins. The Phoenix II process not only incorporates the nonlinear saturation characteristics created by magnetic tape itself, but also includes the interrelation of an analog tape recorder's record/reproduce electronics and equalization curves. Phoenix II is a ground-up application derived from HEDD technology, and specifically engineered and optimized for Avid's PT 10 architecture.

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Chandler Limited

The EMI TG12413 Limiter Plug In continues the tradition of EMI Limiters started in 1954 with the RS114 tube limiter, and continued with the RS168 Zener Limiter in 1968, part of the TG12345 console channel in 1969 and TG12413 Mastering desk version in 1972.

Two versions are included in the TG Limiter Pack. The 1969 version is the historically accurate version from the TG12410 Transfer, or mastering desks, which has the original HOLD control. The 2005 is closer to the Chandler TG1 hardware reissue which changed the HOLD control for a standard INPUT control and also has 12db higher input to the compressor. In use the 1969 version may be better at more subtle limiting while the 2005 with its extra gain hits much harder and closely resembles the sound of the TG12345 console version of the Limiter.

The TG12413 Limiter Pack is now available in for Pro Tools HD, LE, VST, AU, and M-Powered systems.

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