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Modern Lost Angel
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Modern Lost Angel - LA-2A compressor clone
Modern Lost Angel is a Universal Audio LA-2A opto Compressor clone.
  • Power On/Off switch
  • Gain Reduction meter include
  • Peak control (Threshold, 0 to -48 dB)
  • Gain control (0 to 48 dB)
  • Attack time (Variable, 0.1 to 10 ms)
  • Release time (Variable, 0.05 to 3 secs)
  • Comp/Limit modes switch

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Sept 05 2016
  Joey Bro
VST
  5  / 5
This is an EXCELLENT tool in the DAW, both artistically and technically. Wheres high priced alternatives add fairy dust tone, this is clean like a Cakewalk CA-2A. I thought I found the perfect LA-2A clone in the CA-2A, but the price and restrictive license made it impossible to purchase. When I compared the Antress to the CA-2A, that's when I saw it's usable indeed.
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Jul 22 2016
  PATO
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  ?  / 5
ESSE PLUGIN É DEMAIS,OTIMO E RECOMENDO.. PODE USAR SEM MEDO
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Aug 28 2014
  Carlos
VST
  4  / 5
For those who knows how a real LA-2A works, the Modern Lost Angel is a really good alternative to emulate this amazing machine. An amazing plugin.
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Mar 24 2014
  SM
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  ?  / 5
Truely a great sounding compressor. It's simple to use and is just perfect for compressing the ever living snot out of you sound! (If that's your thing...) I through it on all my vocal tracks. There are only two knobs. Plain and simple. If you don't understand how a compressor works. Play with it until it sounds good to you.
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Jan 23 2014
  George
VST
  5  / 5
omg is better than ssl comp :D is so clear
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Jan 08 2014
  cyber_T
VST
  4  / 5
Great, great, great!!! And itīs really for free. Donīt forget to take the "seventh sign". Itīs a 1176- clone and in combination with the "lost angel" you get real classic compression modes.
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Jul 26 2013
  nigadje
VST
  5  / 5
Sound AMAZING.
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Mar 20 2013
  Anonymous
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  ?  / 5
Attack time (Variable, 0.1 to 10 ms), Release time (Variable, 0.05 to 3 secs) , are definitely not controllable
allan_k
Nov 17 2015
If it was modelled properly then the attack/release and the ratio are dependent on the source signal but generally the original Teletronix was a 10ms attack time, a 4:1 ratio and the release was around 60ms on quick signals with a further hold from 1s - 15s depending on the signal. It worked using a luminescent panel as an input and photocells 'seeing' and adapting the compression ration and release, if the photo cell sees light it continues to work. You control it by using the input gain and peak together. Gain would make the panel inside brighter optically and then you adjust the peak to control the amount of compression (how much of the light the photo cell responds to). An opto compressor. It leaves transients alone and averages out the signal over time. Great for bass, guitars, keys, and vocals (in conjunction with another compressor like an 1176 if you need to deal with a vocalist's transients). I use this style of compressor as a leveller. I used a hardware one constantly in 1990's when I was a studio recording engineer. The Native instruments VC2A is probably my favourite version in a plugin. It responds how I remember it.
cyber_T
Sept 27 2016
Thanx for your professional and detailled answer. And also for the classic tip to combine a la2a- comp with a 1176- style comp (maybe the free "antress 7th sign"). This combination works also great with snares and itīs interessting to experiment with the chain: Sometimes I favourite the 1176 in the first instance, sometimes the la2a...
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