Check out Universal Audio's Emulation of the Famous SSL 4000 E Mixing Console

Point Blank details the plugin in a new video.
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In its latest Plugin of the Week video, Point Blank features Universal Audio's SSL 4000 E.

When Solid State Logic’s 4000E mixing console was first introduced in 1979, it changed mixing forever and became an instant studio classic—the iconic console has had more platinum records made on it than any other mixing desk.

The new plugin by Universal Audio includes an exacting end-to-end circuit emulation of the channel, including the line and mic amps, with its famous Jensen transformer and the dbx “gold-can” VCA output section. The plugin gives you the hardware’s mic/line preamp impedance, gain stage sweet spots, and exact circuit behaviors, which can now be used to record using the Unison technology available on all of Apollo’s audio interfaces.

Check out more on UA's SSL 4000 E plugin in the video below, with more on Point Blank's mixing courses here.