Tube-Tech CL 1B v2
by Softube
(Softube Website)
Owned by user Stacey

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File Size: 269 MB
License Conditions:

20 day trial license available to all (requires iLok) Registraion: US$329.00

System Requirements:

VST/RTAS host application.

Last Updated: 2013-11-12
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Software Description

The original Tube-Tech CL 1B is a studio classic, heard on many records for the past 20 years. Like its hardware counterpart, the Tube-Tech CL 1B plug-in sounds soft, smooth, groovy and can compress an insane amount of decibels without sounding bad, according to Softube. The CL 1B plug-ins by Softube are the only Tube-Tech plug-ins that are fully endorsed by Tube-Tech.

This plug-in requires no DSP hardware but uses the same modeling technology and algorithms as the Tube-Tech CL 1B plug-in for TDM and PowerCore (distributed by TC Electronic). The sound is the same as its predecessor.

Details Summary:

  • Classic Tube-Tech sound in your computer.
  • Created together with the designers at Lydkraft/Tube-Tech.
  • Each and every component carefully modeled.
  • Fix./man. mode for breaking traditional compression boundaries.
  • External sidechain control.
  • CPU friendly.

Compression controls:

  • Gain: Up to +30 dB of make-up gain.
  • Ratio: Continuous ratio control from 2:1 to 10:1.
  • Threshold: Continuous threshold control from +20 dB to -40 dB.
  • Attack: From 0.5 to 300 milliseconds.
  • Release: From 0.05 to 10 seconds.

Attack/release select: The Tube-Tech CL 1B features a unique attack/release switch. The switch has three different positions:

  • Fixed: In the fixed mode, the attack time is set to 1 millisecond and the release is set to 50 milliseconds.
  • Manual: In the manual mode, the attack and release controls work as normal.
  • Fix./man: In the fix./man. mode, the release control works as in manual mode. The attack, however, is fixed to a fast attack and the attack knob turns into a delay for the release time.

Sidechain bus select:

  • Setting the Sidechain bus select to 'external' lets you use an external sidechain.

Meter options: At your disposal is an old school VU meter capable of showing three different things.

  • Input: The VU meter shows the input level.
  • Compression: The VU meter shows the amount of gain reduction.
  • Output: The VU meter shows the output level.

Changes in v2.0

  • Better CPU performance
  • AAX 64-bit support.

Changes from v1.0.2 to v1.14

  • ess zipper-noise
  • Minor updates
  • Fixed Wavelab VST3 crash
  • Added oversampling
  • Fixed Faulty low pass behavior in 88.2 and 96kHz
  • VST3 support
  • Menu bar, new about box, manual link, value display, update button, etc. added

New in v1.3.12

  • Support for Windows AAX
  • Fixed a RTAS bug which caused Grand Channel and EQF-100 forget settings between sessions.

New in v1.0.2

  • Enable latency reporting (1 sample at 44.1/48 kHz, 0 samples otherwise)
  • Fixed VST sidechain bugs (Sonar 7 and possibly others)
  • New iLok version
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