Fully endorsed and approved by Mäag Audio. Modeled by Brainworx.
The original MAGNUM-K™ hardware is a single-channel Compressor built to complement the audio engineer’s craft. It is comprised of two serial compressor sections (MAGNUM COMP and K COMP), a very musical Parallel EQ (with LMF and Mäag's signature AIR BAND®), plus a Soft Limit (soft limiter).
In cooperation with Brainworx this design was turned into a convincing plugin, whereas the concept was taken to the next level. BX added L/R and M/S Stereo capabilities, injected 20 different, analog channels utilizing their patented TMT (Tolerance Modeling Technology, US Patent No. 10,725,727) and several convenient plugin-only features like M/S Stereo Width, Mono-Maker etc.
Whether putting the finishing touches on a 2-mix or making a vocal sound bigger than life without taking your head off; the MAGNUM-K will help elevate your craft.
Welcome to compression nirvana and sonic bliss. Welcome to the Mäag Audio MAGNUM-K Compressor where bigger sound, quicker workflow, and outstanding control were designed to help you achieve your audio goals.
The MAGNUM-K Compressor helps quieter sonic signatures become as big as you want them to be while simultaneously reigning in those louder, more dominant tones.
Tuning a MAGNUM-K Compressor is quick and easy, reducing your overall workflow time.
The MAGNUM-K offers outstanding control from its transparent INPUT ATTN (attenuator) and INPUT GAIN controls, to its SIDECHAIN capabilities and MAKEUP GAIN.
The Mäag MAGNUM-K offers 20 different channels, made possible by TMT.
TMT (US Patent No. 10,725,727) takes the real-world tolerances of audio components found in audio circuits into account and offers various channels of analog audio which have realistic variances in frequency response, time constants in dynamic sections, etc.
TMT is the same ground-breaking technology that can be found in the console emulations by Brainworx (SSL 4000 E & G, for example).
The result is digital audio that sounds as analog as possible, whereas even the L/R channels of a stereo instance will react slightly different, giving you wide and realistic analog sound in your computer!