Klanghelm MJUC Free is the most effortful Klanghelm plugin to date. It took almost two years of extensive, dare I say “excessive“, research and development. To create MJUC I’ve researched and analyzed each and every variable-mu* implementation I could get my hands on to get the best tube compression into a single processor. In order to do the diversity of this compression topology justice, three different models have been built.
MJUC is the first Klanghelm plugin to be developed using a new framework. That adds a slew of new usability features, like GUI resizing, AB-ing, and a platform-independent preset browser with save/copy/paste/save-as-default functionality. You can also change the knob’s behavior, enable tooltips, show/hide value labels, and more. All of these capabilities will be included as soon as possible in the existing Klanghelm plugin. Model Mk1 is inspired by early variable-mu* prototypes from the 1950s.
Although it does not produce any audible “thumping” due to its extraordinarily high control voltage, most other variable-mu* systems suffer from high GR and quick timing constants. It also has a fairly straightforward signal flow, with compression occurring directly in the audio path. As a result, the compression nature is very natural, with very little distortion. Mk1’s extraordinarily dense and thick character is accentuated by the arrangement of four(!) variable-mu* levels. The Mk1 is MJUC’s most colorful model.
Klanghelm MJUC Crack is the first Klanghelm plugin, that’s built with the help of a new framework. That brings a lot of new usability features such as GUI-resizing, AB-ing, and a feature-rich platform-independent preset browser with save/copy/paste/save-as-default functionality. Furthermore, it’s possible to tweak the knob behavior, enable tooltips, show/hide value labels, and more. All these features will find their way to the existing Klanghelm plugin as soon as possible.
It offers four ratios, a density switch, that enables a second variable-mu* stage and reduces the program dependence of the attack and recovery timings to a minimum. Furthermore, it lets you activate the interstage transformer to reduce overall noise and distortion and make the compression more accentuated.
The only design idea derived from another modern famous variable-mu* comp is, that its circuitry is done entirely differential, making the unit very quiet and almost distortion-free. But the real special thing about this model is, that the actual compression is done by two different variable-mu* stages, which kind of work against each other, one works feedforward, while the other in a feedback configuration.
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Model Mk2 is based on the more sophisticated 175 and 176 all-tube predecessors to the iconic 1176 FET compressor from the early 1960s. It has four ratios and a density switch that enables a second variable-mu* stage and minimizes the attack and recovery times’ program reliance to a minimum. It also allows you to activate the interstage transformer, which reduces overall noise and distortion while enhancing compression. The second model is less jazzy and more rock’n’roll than the first, with more created harmonics and a more forward-sounding nature. Model Mk3 is the MJUC model with the least amount of color and the strongest Hi-Fi sound.
It’s Klanghelm’s take on this compression topology in the present day. The unit’s circuitry is totally different, making it very quiet and practically distortion-free. This is the only design idea drawn from another modern notable variable-mu* comp. But the truly unique feature of this approach is that the actual compression is handled by two different variable-mu* stages that function in opposition to one another, one feedforward and the other feedback. This produces a snappy, attack-enhancing compression that sounds unexpectedly similar to a British G-type bus compressor rather than a 670.
- The Mk1 is based on a variable-MU* * design from the early 1950s. Since the control voltage is so high, it does not produce an acoustic sound. Other mu * variable designs have high GR constants and fast timing. This product also has a very simple signal path, with compression directly on the audio path. As a result, the compressed characters appear very natural. As a result of the placement of the four mu * variable stages, Mk1 is extremely dense and thick. It is also the most colorful of the MJUC models.
- Unlike the classic 1176 FET compressor, the Mk2 uses the more sophisticated design of the 175 and 176 from the early 1960s. By providing four ratios, and density switches, it is possible to control two-variable mu * stages and minimize the dependence of the attack program and recovery timing. Additionally, you can activate the transformer between stages to reduce overall noise and distortion and emphasize compression. The second model has less jazz and more rock and roll than the Mk1, improved tones, and a more positive sound.
- It has the best Hi-Fi sound and is the least colored MJUC. This is Kranhelm’s latest interpretation of this compression algorithm. The only design idea that comes from the famous mu * comp variable of modern times is that the circuit is completely differential, making it extremely quiet and almost distortion-free. The actual compression of this model is done by two different variable stages mu *. This results in an aggressive attack, pierced compression, and a surprisingly close resemblance to the British G-type bass from 670.
- Windows (64bit): VST, VST3, AAX Native for ProTools® 11 or higher
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