Drawmer 1976 Stereo 3-Band Saturation and Width Processor
Drawmer introduce the '1976' 3-band saturation width processor: the perfect hardware component to add some life and colour to your recordings. The 1976 honours its name and certainly sounds like it was built in the year it was named after. The saturation effect it offers is fully analogue and brings the level of realism most plug-ins only dream of. You won't find any sterile, digital audio here but only that warm, full sound with a tenderness only carefully designed hardware units such as this one can deliver. Why simulate saturation if you can create the real thing, is what the engineers at Drawmer must've thought. The 1976 was inspired by Drawmer's own DC2476 digital mastering processor, which means its independent saturation effect adds those characteristically vintage, perfect imperfections to your sound. For a larger sound, use the single row of neatly laid out controls to add some stereo width to your recording via the three available bands.