Which SSL plugin is the best?
Something which can’t be said of all the developers featuring in this list.
- Brainworx SSL 4000 G. UAD SSL E Channel Strip.
- UAD SSL E Channel Strip. SSL Native Bus Compressor 2.
- Softube Console 1 XL 9000K. While we’re talking about hardware control.
- Softube SSL XL 9000K. Waves SSL EV2 Channel.
What does the SSL bus compressor do?
The SSL Bus Compressor is a simple unit with a simple purpose; it makes complete mixes sound bigger, with more power, punch and drive. If you need cohesion and strength to your mix without compromising clarity, this is the right tool for the job.
What type of compressor is SSL G bus?
The Solid State Logic G Comp is a 500 Series Stereo Bus Compressor designed after the legendary center section module from the company’s G-Series analog consoles of the 1980s. The coveted original unit is famous for making mixes sound punchy and enormous. It’s the legendary sound you’ve heard on countless hits.
What is a master bus compressor?
Bus Compression is the act of using a compressor on the master output to create a uniform sound for the entirety of a mix or master. Bus compression is often used in mixes and masters to create a cohesive and overarching timbre for the recording.
Is the SSL fusion worth it?
Having waited many months past original SSL delivery date, I can say that SSL Fusion delivers and was well worth the xtra wait. Now to be fair, the box is built to finish an already great mix and take that mix to the next 10%. The unit is a solid well thought out box that functions as one would expect from SSL.
Are SSL plugins any good?
The layout is what makes every SSL EQ just click. The EQ sounds extremely precise, surgical and tight when you need it to but also works really well when you need broader strokes making it extremely versatile via the G and E options. CPU hit wise, it’s one of the lightest channel strips compared to the competition.
What is bus compressor?
Should I use bus compression?
One of the tricks pro mixers use to “glue” their tracks together is mix bus compression. It’s frequently used, but rarely done right. A well-tuned compressor on the mix bus can make a big difference in your mix! But a poorly-tuned compressor will wreak havoc.
Do I need a bus compressor?
There’s also no rule that says you need bus compression at all. Your mastering engineer is always happy to help if your mix needs a little bit of extra “glue.” And remember that some styles of music may even sound better with minimal, or no bus compression at all.
How does the SSL channel work?
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