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Drawmer moves to a new decade

Drawmer moves to a new decade

Drawmer moves to a new decade

The 1970 has been designed to be a versatile tool for any studio or live event

Expanding on the feature set of the Drawmer 1960, the 1970 dual FET compressor and preamplifier has retained the layout of the controls but comes with a fine-tuned EQ that is said to be more accurate than its predecessor. The 1970 uses the latest THAT Corporation technology in the two mic preamps to reportedly provide ultra clean, transparent and precise recordings that can be processed at a later stage using warming methods such as saturation, valve, transformer or tape. In addition, each channel is capable of 66dB of gain with phantom power, with switchable mic impedance for accurate mic matching. Phase reverse and separate line and mic input XLRs are also included.

From tracking instruments via the dedicated DI input to recording vocals via the mic pres, recording a guitar cabinet with two microphones or a singer playing guitar, or even stereo bus compression using the linking and mix facilities, the 1970 has been designed to be a versatile tool for any studio or live event. Rear-panel, side-chain insert points are said to provide additional control, while Big and Air modes help to preserve the deep lows and enhance the highs. Variable Wet/Dry Mix plus Output Gain knobs on both channels give a Parallel Compression function without the need for external mixing devices, to provide ‘effortless’ control over the amount of compression used and output levels.



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