Softube announces availability of Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor plug-in

LINKÖPING, SWEDEN: Swedish high-end plug-in developer Softube is proud to announce availability of the Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor plug-in, providing the latest in precision compression and dynamic control with the unmistakable sound of a modern Drawmer classic.

Micro-manage your dynamics

Get deep into the details with independent control over three frequency bands; pull out and fine-tune individual instruments; tame low frequencies while leaving the top end shimmering; tweak the details to get a bigger picture and your mixes wider and louder.

The original Drawmer hardware and then some!

Carefully modelled on the original hardware in collaboration with Drawmer themselves, this ultra- versatile new plug-in brings an iconic compressor bang up to date with added Mid-Side processing and sidechain option.

The Drawmer sound and Softube science solution

The Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor has a great-looking GUI echoing the hardware original, is CPU friendly, and comes with useful presets. Sleek precision control with the sound quality of an analog classic: an indispensable tool for today’s studio.

In short:
– Ultra-versatile compression and dynamic control.
– Zoom in to control the finest of details in your mix.
– A plug-in with a true analog feel.
– Carefully crafted with the design team at Drawmer.
– Additional Mid-Side processing and sidechain not available in the original hardware.
– Low CPU usage.
– No USB iLok dongle required.

The Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor is available to buy from authorized dealers and Softube’s web shop from March 8, 2016, priced at $249. (An introductory price offer of $199 runs until March 31, 2016.)

Please visit the Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor product page for more information and a demonstration video; a free 20-day demo license can also be downloaded from here: http://www.softube.com/index.php?id=drawmer1973

All Softube plug-ins, including the Drawmer 1973 Multi-Band Compressor, use iLok’s machine-based license system, which is entirely free, meaning a USB iLok dongle is optional.