Built in 1978 by the legendary Townhouse studio engineers, this unique compressor was created using console components supplied by Solid State Logic (SSL). The only hardware unit ever made was now perfectly recreated by Brainworx.
The bx_townhouse Buss Compressor is the ultimate companion for your mix buss, offering just a touch more vibe and mojo than a standard British console buss compressor.
The original unit was built in a time when there simply wasn't an external console buss compressor available for sale, and was used heavily during the 80s and beyond by some of the biggest names in rock, including Queen, Sting, Muse, and many more.
Unique Buss Compressor built using SSL console parts
Hand-built by the technical staff at London's Townhouse Studios
Smooth, cohesive compression for you master buss and subgroups / stems
Plugin-only features by Brainworx include internal sidechain and Dry/Wet mix control
Great addition to my Arsenal...
Just LOVE it! It is all over my mix buses. I like what it does... Great work PA.
Plugin Alliance response
by Alex Hepting
Like already announced by the creators this baby is a good addition to add more glue and grind to all brittle consoles. Hey man on this one the designer had his fun drawing more bolts than ever been… Read More
A real beast
by Alex Picciafuochi
Try it once on the Drum Bass and you will buy it instantly, really great compressor!
Version 1.1 (Nov 17, 2018) - General: macOS Mojave compatibility - General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility - General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins - General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs - General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts - General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session - General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs - General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW - General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live) - Fixed Mono to Stereo AAX DSP instance not loading in Pro Tools