70's Character Colour Kit Bundle
- Full Kit
- Step-by-Step Guide
Vintage signal chain in a single 500-series space
Compare a typical 1970's signal chain to today's: in the 70's a mic would be run into a console channel strip with its dozens of transformers and transistors, then perhaps to a compressor, then to a tape machine. Every one of the hundreds of analog components the signal passed through would impart some sort of character to the tone. These days, most of us plug a mic right into a digital interface.
So is it any surprise that it's difficult to make records with lots of warmth and character today? We're simply not running our signals through as much colorful stuff.
Bring three stages of real analog tone to your studio with the 70's Character Colour Bundle.
The bundle contains:
Colour 500-Series Palette mkII Kit
Control how hard you drive each stage in your signal chain with the new Palette mkII
15IPS Tape Saturation Kit mkII
The natural compression, wooly saturation, and low-end bump of analog tape
TM79 Multi-stage Saturation Kit
Transformers and discrete transistors combine to create a thick vintage texture
- 500-Series Palette Assembly Guide
- 15IPS Assembly Guide
- TM79 Assembly Guide
- DOA Colour Assembly Guide
Real analog plugins.
Colour is a new format for analog audio gear designed for and by the DIY community. We took our favorite sounding analog circuits and put them on modules that are small, affordable, and swappable.
The Colour format consists of Colours and Palettes:
Colours are ultra-compact, pluggable analog circuit blocks that impart various types of analog color. Check out our ever-growing selection of Colours. Colours can be designed and released by anyone.