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Tierra takes compression to the maximum

Tierra takes compression to the maximum
Boreal FET Compressor

Tierra takes compression to the maximum

The Boreal FET Compressor avoids degradation, has an extended transparency and a musical pumping

Tierra Audio has unveiled its Boreal FET Compressor which offers gain reduction through a FET transistor. It is described as having the capacity to generate extensive gain reductions in a transparent way and can bring all the elements that comprise the mix to the foreground. It reportedly avoids degradation, has an extended transparency and a musical pumping, allowing users to compress their takes to the maximum, without losing any character.

The Spanish manufacturer has also released a solid-state preamp with a slow transient response rate. Lava incorporates two sound modes (classic and modern) and three inputs (microphone, line and instrument). It reportedly offers total recall and remote control, along with no added harmonic distortion and gain levels up to 80dB. The power supply is 100% isolated from the digital system to avoid noise transfers and promote stability. The manufacturer’s patent-pending BMI technology is said to allow users full digital control and recall of the device’s functions and manage features from a plug-in inserted in the DAW that allows self-recognition of the hardware route and automatic latency compensation.

Users can also access the device from a mobile app without running the risk of adding sound distortion to the original analogue signal. The device is also connected to Tierra Audio’s Cloud Services to provide access to internet services and allow users to monitor the preamp’s internal performance while keeping an eye on environmental conditions, such as voltage, magnetism, pressure, temperature and humidity. The device is built with gold-plated Neutrik connectors and a corrosion-free aluminium case.

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