Have you ever dreamt about owning your very own sixties tube mixing console? Just try multiple instances of the V76U73 on your instruments and busses to feel that instantly compelling old school vibe building up track by track.
Capture the old school vibe of one of the richest sounding tube preamps and compressors in audio history.
The Telefunken V76 is a legendary piece of audio history. These iconic tube preamps were designed with nearly unlimited funding from the German government, and have enhanced countless music productions from the 1950s till today.
With a rich, enchanting low end, and some of the smoothest highs you’ll ever hear, it’s no wonder that the original V76 preamps have all been snatched up for top dollar by high-end studios and collectors the world over.
Simply running signal through these devices without moving a single knob can bring new life and dimension to just about any signal. But the V76 isn’t the only powerhouse of a tonal shaper from this family of modules. The U73 compressor/limiter builds on this tone, adding exceptionally smooth-sounding “variable mu” dynamic control that earned this tool the nickname of the “The German Fairchild.”
The V76U73 is a painstakingly accurate emulation of the real analog circuits of both of these devices, with all their gorgeous components, bringing the wonderful tube sound of this classic vintage preamp and compressor to a single easy-to-use plugin.
While the plugin honors the straightforward simplicity of the original modules, it also provides some features and optimizations that are only possible in plugin form.
With the V76U73, you will be able to enchant your vocals, guitars, bass, drums, and synths with the unique tone and dynamic control of these rare and highly sought-after studio icons.
Designed by Dominik Klaßen, Roger Schult and Reimund Dratwa — the masterminds behind the groundbreaking Phil’s Cascade plugin from elysia — this is the first entry in the new pro audio plugin brand NEOLD, a line devoted to seamlessly bringing the best untapped resources of the analog world into the digital domain.