Stereo Compressor

MSCL is a stereo compressor in 4 hp designed for your master bus to help "glue" your mix together. Inspired by the DBX "Over Easy" style compressor, it features independent attack and release knobs, output gain, and an all-in-one knob function for compression which decreases threshold, increases gain and ratio all with one turn. Limit Switch allows the MSCL to act more like a peak limiter. The threshold switch lets you compress signals of different amplitudes. It also features a side chain input for classic ducking sounds on stereo tracks.

Stereo Compressor in 4 HP
Sidechain input for classic ducking sounds
Easy and intuitive design
Threshold switch lets you compress modular level signals as well as lower level sources
Limit switch limits the makeup gain on the comp knob to make compressor act more like a peak limiter
CONTROLS

Comp knob: adjusts makeup gain, threshold, ratio simultaneously.

  -  1.25:1 to infinite:1 ratio

Attack Knob: Controls how fast the compressor will react to incoming transients

    Attack speed: 0.15ms/dB to 0.1s/dB

Release Knob: Controls the speed in which the compressor will release.

    Release speed: 0.6ms/dB to 4s/dB

Gain Knob: Adds up to +-35dB on the output

Threshold Switch: Changes the threshold rainge

   Three ranges: -15dBu, -4dBu, +5dBu

Limit Switch: Limits the comp knob's makeup gain. Makes the MSCL operate more as a peak limiter.

   Three selections: None, 9dB, 3dB

Other Notable Things

Depth: 38mm.

Current Draw: +-50mA.

Size: 4HP.

Input Impedance: 20k

Side Chain Impedance 100k

Output Impedance: 220 ohms

RMS and Adaptive Detector Response.

Green/Red indicator for Gain/Reduction.

AC Coupled signal pass.

DC coupled bypass

AC coupled Sidechain

https://wmdevices.com/collections/eurorack-modules/products/mscl

  • 50 mA +12V
  • 50 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 39 mm deep
  • Ø 4.33 (3 Votes) Average Rating

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$249 Price in € submitted Feb 2nd 2017, 01:16 by reppiks | last Change Dec 7th, 00:09 by FG-Modular

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