Tierra Audio Gravity VCA Bus Compressor
You will always want to have a Gravity VCA Bus Compressor within your grasp. This mighty stereo compressor is suited to all scenarios.
Thanks to its great dynamic control performance, you will obtain the sound you are looking for in a quick and accurate way.
Being perfect as a compressor for the MIX BUS, Gravity will turn your signal into music.
Gain punch and an overwhelming presence with your stereo microphone set thanks to Gravity VCA Bus Compressor. You only need to follow these steps:
- Step 1: Insert a Gravity VCA Bus Compressor in your voice track.
- Step 2: Play around with a slow ATTACK, quick RELEASE, and RATIO 4.
- Step 3: Gradually increase the INPUT control.
Pianos under control
Insert Gravity VCA Bus Compressor in a Bus with your stereo piano signal and use it to manage this instrument’s wide dynamic ranges. Thus, every passage will be placed in the right layer of the mix.
Forget about the piano that fades away in the weakest parts of the song or stands out too much in the choruses.
Use a Gravity VCA Bus Compressor for your Basses, and you will get a more accurate, vast and robust sound. Gravity VCA Bus Compressor will increase your dynamic control over the basses, providing you with a considerable scope over the mix.
Pump your electronic music
With Gravity VCA Bus Compressor as the compressor in the last bus of your electronic productions, your mix will pump with all the musicality and rhythm required.
To do so select the 30 ms ATTACK and play around with the RELEASE so that the relaxation time comes close to your production BPM. Adjust the compression THRESHOLD and listen to how your track gets compressed to its rhythm.
Compress your Fx
Are you looking for neater mixes?
You will make it by adding a Gravity VCA Bus Compressor to your effects, reverbs, and delays layers. Compressing the effect buses, your signal will be more stable. Thus, it will be easier to emphasize them in the mix.
Maximum output: +26 dBu 0.1% THD.
20 dBu output, less than 0,05% in the range of 40 Hz to 10 kHz.
From 20 Hz to 20 kHz (-0.5 dB).
20 dBu output, 60 Hz 0,03%, 1 kHz 0,01%,10 Khz 0,05%.
From +60 dB.
Background noise (Noise floor)
Less than 95 dBu.
Signal to noise ratio (SNR)
Greater or equal to 118 dBu.
0.1 ms to 30 ms.
0.1 to 1 seconds.
2:1, 4:1 y 10:1.
2 configurable voltage source settings on the back panel: 110 V AC 60 Hz and 220 V AC 50 Hz.
Operating temperature range
Between 32º and 104º Fahrenheit (between 0º and 40º Celsius).
Power source fuse