Stereo three-band analogue FET saturator and width processor inspired by the highly regarded DC2476 Digital Mastering Processor.
The Drawmer 1976 is a stereo three-band analogue FET saturator and width processor inspired by the highly regarded DC2476 Digital Mastering Processor.
The Drawmer 1976 can be used to add presence, warmth and life to any audio source. By using three independent frequency bands, the 1976 can tailor the saturation to only affect the part that you wish to affect without sacrificing the balance of the mix. Add excitement to any sources from drums, bass, synths, guitars, vocals or even the entire mix.
In addition, each band of the 1976 features a stereo widening processor which ranges from completely mono to super wide. This function can transform a flat mix into a 3D immersive experience. With independent controls, you can widen the top end for a wider soundstage while making your low-end mono to avoid out of phase signal if pressing for vinyl.
Drawmer 1976 Stereo Multiband Saturation Main Features:
Powerful 3-Band all Analogue Saturation for adding warmth to both your digital and analogue sounds.
Designed to Inject character to your audio reminiscent of 1970’s era gear and remove the sanitized harshness that digital recordings suffer from.
3 band fully adjustable Stereo Width provides controllable depth and presence to your mix.
Fully Variable Crossover controls between the bands allow you to tune in to signals for different amounts of independent saturation across the full frequency range.
Genuine stereo operation with one set of controls for both channels.
Can operate in Stereo and Mono.
The Mono switch helps to highlight problems within the stereo mix.
Internal Low Hum Toroidal Linear Power Supply with Voltage Selector Switch.
Classic Drawmer Build Quality with Rugged Steel Chassis and Aluminium Front Panel.
Designed and manufactured by Drawmer in the UK.