Solid State Console | Class A Discrete / IC Saturation Colour Module
- Inspired by Classic British Design
- Ads the Midrange Weight and Space
- Introduces Native Compression Effect
- Class A Discrete / IC Circuitry
- Two Saturation Stages
- Asymmetric Clipping at Overdrive
- Selected NOS Transistors
- Selected Integrated Circuit
- High Headroom Capabilities
- Ideal for Mastering and Tracking
- Compatible with DIYRE Colour Format
The Solid State Console is a hybrid, discrete / IC Colour Module inspired by the sound of the famous large format mixing desks manufactured in Oxford, UK.
The Solid State Console is built with two Class A gain stages, made of discrete transistors and integrated circuit operational amplifiers.
The Solid State Console produces a wide range of harmonics, mainly even, making the sound stage more open and vivid. Similar to what you would expect from a large format mixing desk.
The Solid State Console has high headroom capabilities and is ideal for mastering or tracking.
The Solid State Console along with the Britsh Console and the GT Console colour modules can create the perfect mastering setup delivering unique tone flavours of a classic solid-state console.
HD Audio Samples
Audio Samples are level matched. The subjective loudness difference is a result of the native compression effect introduced by the Solid State Console Colour Module.
How to use the Solid State Console Colour Module.
The Solid State Console is easy to use saturation colour module.
In low levels of drive, the saturation will be suttle.
For medium levels of drive, the compression effect will become audible.
At the overdrive level, the asymmetric clipping will produce audible levels of THD.
HRK Colour Modules – True Analogue Plugins!
Colour Modules are Hardware Analogue Plugins made with NOS Discrete Components and Valves which add pleasing harmonics and subtle saturation to the signal, delivering the sonic results of the Vintage Studio Equipment for a fraction of the Price!
Each Colour Module is different and uniquely impacts the sound. You can use the Colour Modules for Recording, Tracking and Mastering.
What benefit I will get from Colour Modules?
The modern DAW systems can produce great results, but most of the sound engineers and music producers will admit that the mix produced with DAW is missing something… some special ingredient, which is the analogue magic.
This is why the big recording studios have racks filled with vintage preamps, compressors and equalizers. The HRK Colour Modules are real Analogue Plugins which will help you to make better recording and mixes standing out from the crowd.