Fuse Audio Labs has recently launched a new product, the VPRE-72, a vintage tube preamp plugin. This plugin is available for free for both Windows and Mac users. The VPRE-72 is a faithful emulation of the classic studio equipment from the 1950s, used by iconic brands like Maihak, TAB, Siemens, and TFK.
The VPRE-72 preamp has been a significant influence on the music industry, serving as the blueprint for the later V76 and the classic REDD.47 preamps, which were used on numerous Beatles sessions. The VPRE-72 plugin captures the spirit of this legendary equipment, with a faithful emulation of the input and output transformers, the dual EF804s pentode circuit with its peculiar feedback structure, as well as the heavy output choke which produces a subtle touch of air.
The plugin is user-friendly and straightforward. Users can use the Drive control to apply as much tube circuit glory as their signal needs, or push it a little further for some gentle and truly musical saturation. Regardless of how far you go, the gain is always compensated. The plugin also includes V76-style low and high cut filters, allowing users to shape the results to their liking quickly.
While it’s common knowledge that the best preamps are not free, especially when it comes to highly sought after vintage devices, the VPRE-72 is a different case. Fuse Audio Labs is offering it completely for free without any conditions. This offer is a great opportunity for those interested in music production to get a high-quality, vintage-style preamp plugin without any cost.
To take advantage of this offer, visit the website of Fuse Audio Labs and download the VPRE-72 plugin. Don’t forget to explore the tried and trusted grouping feature, which comes in super handy when using the preamp as the first insert across your session.