[sdiy] DIY Studio Compressor

Tom Bugs admin at bugbrand.co.uk
Thu Nov 20 13:57:06 CET 2014


Exactly!
THAT corp is a good resource, lots to learn and relatively easy 
(THAT4301 Analog Engine)
But maybe not as much character as classic FET jobbies (1176, for example)
Also depends how DIY you want to go.. Been tempted by the complete kits 
from Hairball for quite some time..
Fun, for sure!
Tom

On 19/11/2014 14:34, Rob Spencer wrote:
> Thanks for the pointers guys. Another rabbit hole to disappear down. Beats watching soaps! ;)
>
> I'm guessing the different types will have different characteristics, all with different applications. Lots more to research!
>
> Cheers
>
> Rob
>
>> On 19 Nov 2014, at 13:39, Needham, Alan <Alan.Needham at centrica.com> wrote:
>>
>> Another diy option:-
>> http://l-1.su/Microcompressor.html
>>
>>
>>
>> Rob Spencer wrote:
>>> My insatiable thirst to build everything myself it's taking me in the direction of Studio Compressors.
>>>
>>> Can anyone recommend a decent online resource for info, schematics, etc.
>>
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