All Retro plug-ins use a McDSP designed output stage topology to eliminate digital clipping at any output level and produce a smoother distortion characteristic. This feature is in addition to the analog saturation modeling that has made McDSP famous over the last decade.
Retro plug-ins are a line of ‘classics’ that can live up to their own name without emulating something else.
For more information, check out the Colin’s Corner article about this product.
- Unique original algorithms with transparent yet vintage sound
- Variable slope filtering
- Variable Q/slope Shelving and Parametric EQ
- Anti-Clip Output Stage Topology
- Analog Saturation Modeling
- Double Precision Processing
- Ultra Low Latency
- Mono and stereo versions
HD v6: AAX DSP/Native, AU, VST
Native v6: AAX Native, AU, VST
Founder of McDSP talks about product design, implementation and all of the nitty gritty features in each product. Learn to be a power user of 4020 Retro EQ by reading the article here.
Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, M83, Young the Giant)
“I quickly found out that I could rely on the 4020 Retro EQ to inject a richer, smoother, and more finessed sound in the box, while working with the same speed that I typically do.”
Nick Radovanovic (Melissa Etheridge, Skillet, Eric Hutchinson)
“I just finished mixing the new Melissa Etheridge record. Love that 4020 Retro EQ, it’s all over the record.”
Every v6 plug-in has been AAX Optimized to take advantage of the new Pro Tools specification. Learn what that means for you and your audio.