29890 kr incl VAT
2-channel distorsion and harmonics processor/tape simulator with blend control – rotary switches for blen and output
The Overstayer M-A-S was designed to
be an analog ‘more’ control. More color, more harmonics, more tone. It
gives you the harmonic character and peak rounding of classic recording
and mixing chains in a simple, highly controllable rack-mount unit.
The limiting nature of the M-A-S stages rounds and bends peaks
resulting in increased apparent volume, without the timing artifacts
associated with compression. Its integrated pushbutton High and Low EQ
presets, High Pass Filter and Emphasis circuits help further shape the
harmonic content of source material. Rotary switch controls for Mix and
Output make settings easy to recall.
Use it on the individual tracks for cumulative (console to tape like)
benefits. The M-A-S can add consistency as peaks and harsh transients
get smoothed and absorbed into the performance, making balancing tracks
in the mix easier, and lessening the need for bus limiting down the
line. Used on a full mix, the added harmonic content can energize, and
add cohesiveness and detail. The Mix control allows the character to be
balanced to taste.
Bring harmonics and tone to your bass, synths, drum machines and samplers with the integrated front panel high impedance input.
2 Multi Analog Stage Channels in a single space 19” rack-mount chassis
Highly controllable, reactive analog chain that bends transient
peaks and adds low order harmonics, simply brings analog character and
vibe to any source
Increase apparent loudness without timing artifacts
Integrated EQ, filter and emphasis curves to shape harmonic content
Mix control to balance processed to unprocessed signal
Continuous DRIVE control for resolution with switched MIX and OUTPUT controls for stereo matching and easy recall
High impedance input to bring the analog goodness and inspired performances to bass, synth, and drum machines
Power supply included with rugged 5 pin XLR connector and IEC cable
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