Comp LA is the revolutionary simulation of two legendary optical compressors. Overloud has created spot-on simulations of both the "2A" and the "3A" and included them in a single plug-in. The 2A version is tube based and delivers a warm, harmonically rich tone. The solid-state based 3A version has a fast attack and clean tone.
The Gems Bundle is a suite of plug-ins dedicated to mixing and mastering. Overloud's Gems faithfully recreate classic hardware tones from famous consoles. This Bundle contains all of the Overloud Gems at a very advantageous price.
ECHOSON is Overloud's recreation of a legendary Italian magnetic platter delay. Its unique tone helped define the Pink Floyd sound in the '70s. The original delay units were manufactured in the '60s and '70s by an Italian company. These are currently in high demand thanks to their unique tone, which adds more than a touch of personality to modern recordings. It's the secret weapon of many contemporary engineers and producers that use this delay on vocals, keyboards and drums to achieve a special tone.
Overloud's Comp G is the revolutionary simulation of a legendary American VCA Master Bus compressor. Comp G adds features that are not available in the original hardware, such as mid–side processing, parallel compression and EQ on the sidechain. Parallel compression is a powerful mixing technique that helps improve the overall impact of the track while leaving the transients intact.
Overloud's SCULPTUBE is an incredibly versatile tool and will let you build a wide variety of analog tones. You can warm up tracks with analog coloration, create tube distortion, and excite your sound by adding natural tube harmonics. By adjusting the drive and bias of the tubes, SCULPTUBE recreates amazing analog tones so you can control the amount of distortion to fit your sound. And with three different tube configurations, SCULPTUBE allows you to get the warm, rich analog sound your tracks need.
Overloud releases Comp76, an all-new revolutionary simulation of legendary FET compressors. Comp76 goes beyond the mere simulation of the original units by adding features not available in hardware, such as mid-side processing and the parallel compression tool.
Overloud's DOPAMINE is not an ordinary exciter. It emulates two classic tape encoding processors, and uses them to enhance your sound naturally. It is designed to revive individual tracks as well as complex mixes while preserving their natural tone. Overloud's DOPAMINE does not introduce unpleasant artifacts like typical exciters do. In fact, it dynamically balances the harmonics that naturally exist in the original audio rather than generating non-existent harmonics by synthesizing them.
Overloud's TAPEDESK features a hyper-realistic simulation of a 2-inch 24-track world-class tape machine from a renowned studio in the UK. You can control a myriad of tape parameters, from tape speed to head biasing, in order to have full control of the tonal palette. Every segment in the signal chain has been modeled in order to recreate the authentic analog vibe of the original tape machine.
Overloud's EQ84 is a simulation of one of the most renowned Discrete Class A British EQs, used in countless hits from the '70s to today. All of the components from the original circuit were modeled, including the rich harmonics and saturations that naturally occur when the equalizer is operating.
The EQ495 Super Musical EQ emulates a very rare, prized analog equalizer, the secret weapon of many award-winning engineers. Originally created as a vinyl transfer console, this industry legend has been used extensively for both mixing and mastering thanks to its “super-musical” EQ curves.
The Overloud Tapped Delay is the recreation of a unique analog processor that delivers modulating tap delays along with sound widening effects. Six analog bucket-brigade delays can be individually switched and panned to create custom delay patterns.
Overloud's EQ550 is modeled after a renowned American EQ created with custom op-amps. It has a Proportional-Q design, meaning that the bandwidth of the filters becomes narrow when the gain of the filter increases. For low gain settings the EQ delivers a smoother tone: its character becomes more and more aggressive when the bands gain band is raised. This design makes the EQ550 unique.
Comp670 is Overloud's recreation of a very rare, legendary tube compressor. It has a unique and distinctive tone thanks to the large number of transformers in the signal chain which give it a very warm tone.