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The TUBE-TECH SMC 2B Stereo Multiband Compressor features three independent optical stereo compressors.
Combining the effect of wide 3 band level control with individual compression of the three bands creates pure magic, especially on the main mix bus, but also on submixes like drum buss, instrument groups and single tracks.
The SMC2B is one of the few audio processors, that is very hard to bypass, even after a short listening test, and it will tend to stay inserted forever because of the color and dynamics it can add to your source material.
Try it for mixing, and hear the magic no other compressor can deliver!. For Live use the SMC2B is adding quality and musicality to top touring acts. As an extra bonus feature, SMC2B can also be used to solve / remove annoying frequencies in basses, vocals, etc. It can even be set up as a d-esser. SMC2B can be very effective when recording very dynamic vocalists without having to spend hours sorting out problems after the recording has been done. The SMC 2B is one of the most creative and musical audio tools available, and an all-time favorite for countless sound engineers around the world.
Al Schmitt, Engineer, mixer, Producer. Multi Grammy Winner. Los Angeles USA
(Dianna Crall, Paul McCartney,Natalie Cole, Shelby Lynne, Ray Charles, Chris Botti, Babara Streisand, Steely Dan,Toto.)
"I love my Tube Tech SMC2B and use it all the time! Main use is for the mix bus compression."
Joe Chiccarelli Producer/ mix Engineer, Los Angeles US. Multi Grammy Winner.
".......I use the Tubetech SMC2B on the mix buss on many occasions. I''ve used it on tracks for Rufus Wainright, Beck ,The All American Rejects, The Offspring. I love being able to have separate compression control over three bands. Often many stereo buss compressors will squish and darken the midrange of a track. In a rock track this takes the attack and impact out of the guitars and drums . Having the separate control over all parameters I can set my attack time to be the mildest on the electric guitar range. Being able to control the frequency range in the low end works well on tracks that are very dance oriented. I can adjust the crossover point and make sure the low end never gets to overcompressed and soft...... "