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Platinum Digital
This model is Logic Pro’s native digital compressor. It has a very transparent sound, and the
transient response is clean and fast. Furthermore, the Platinum Digital works great on just
about any sound. There is also a distortion option to add some grit whenever you want the
precision of a digital compressor and color of analog hardware.

Studio VCA
The Studio VCA is an emulation of the Focusrite Red 3 Dual Compressor/Limiter. The
Focusrite Red range is famous for its ability to maintain a natural sound, even when pushing
the compression hard. This emulation is fully discrete and balanced, meaning it’s very clean
sounding and doesn’t color the sound like other analog compressors.

The Studio VCA model works great on the mix bus as well as bass, vocals, and guitars
because of its fast and tight response. Both compression and limiting also offer peak
response rather than averaging RMS which ensures a superb transient response. Although
the Studio VCA sounds transparent, you can give your sounds more analog vibe with
distortion control.

Studio FET
The Studio FET emulates the UREI/Universal Audio 1176 Rev E “Blackface”
Compressor/Limiter. Renowned for lending its character and punch to some of the greatest
recordings in history, the 1176 is a favorite among producers and engineers. It’s lightning-
fast attack and release times are ideal for taming drums, enhancing bass or guitars, and
bringing vocals to the front of the mix.

The Studio FET’s aggressive sound delivers a sense of “energy” that adds brightness and
presence to anything that runs through it. When driven hard, it adds some in-your-face edge
making it widely used as a drum compressor. The 1176 also has a very distinctive sound
even when it is not compressing because of its unique circuitry. Some run audio through
the 1176 with the compression turned off, just for the desirable tone it imparts.

Clasic VCA
The Classic VCA model emulates the DBX 160 line of compressors/limiters. Considered one
of the best drum compressors ever, the original dbx 160 has a proven track record. It’s
famous for its vintage character, aggressive punch, and simplicity. The compressors tight
and fast response makes it a perfect tool for crushing groups and buses or injecting subtle
fatness to everything from guitars to vocals.

Use the Classic VCA to inject a warm and grainy punch to your sounds. It’s highly effective
for beefing up bass, synths, guitars, and especially drums. It’s known for bringing out the
‘knock’ and ‘thwack’ of drum sounds – especially on kicks, snares, and claps. Also, try loading
this model on an aux track and driving sounds through it to apply parallel compression.

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Vintage VCA
The Vintage VCA model emulates the legendary SSL G Bus Compressor.Based on the renowned
master bus center compressor of the SSL 4000 G console, the SSL G Bus Compressor excels
at making mixes bigger, more powerful, and punchy, while also enhancing cohesion and
clarity.

Prized by top engineers for its ability to “glue together” tracks, the SSL G Bus Compressor is
ideal for adding punch to drums and percussion or taming piano dynamics. However, its
real magic shines when loaded on bus tracks, especially the master bus. For this reason,
load the Vintage VCA on your master and hear your mix come alive!

Vintage FET
The Vintage FET model emulates the UREI 1176 Rev H“Silverface” Compressor/Limiter.Famed
for lending its character and punch to some of the greatest recordings in history, the 1176
has become an essential tool found in nearly every professional studio. It’s lightning-fast
attack and release times are ideal for taming drums, enhancing bass or guitars, and making
vocals shine.

The Vintage FET’s aggressive sound delivers a sense of “energy” that adds brightness and
presence to anything that runs through it. When driven hard, it can add some desired edge
to your drums.The 1176 also has a very distinctive sound even when it is not compressing
because of its unique circuitry. Some run audio through the 1176 with the compression
turned off, just for the analog tone it imparts.

Vintage OPTO
The Vintage Opto model emulates the Teletronix LA-2A Optical Compressor.For over 50 years
the Teletronix LA-2A has been revered for its smooth, natural, musical compression. Top
artists, engineers, and producers prize its ability to work its magic on anything you throw at
it. However, the LA-2A is most famous for treating vocals. It’s difficult to make the LA-2A
sound bad!

Vintage Opto has some personality. Apply subtle transparent compression or push it hard
to introduce sizzling overdrive that sounds amazing on bass, drums, and guitars.