Combine our best analog emulations of gear from David Bendeth’s House of Loud studio. We teamed up with platinum producer David Bendeth (Paramore, Breaking Benjamin, etc) to capture the sound of his favorite gear. The result is pure analog goodness from the hardware that you’ve heard on your favorite albums.
With this bundle, you get both HoserXT and +10db (a total of 5 plugins).
+10db is a channel strip plugin meticulously modeled after one of the industries most iconic hardware compressors. Unless you refuse to listen to any music after Beethoven, you most certainly have heard this unit in action. Best yet, this is the first time this hardware unit has been available in plugin format.
+10db is the first of it’s kind channel strip plugin. This plugin is modelled after a very highly sought after compressor hardware unit. We didn’t just use the hardware unit for inspiration, we dug in deep and made sure that it sounded just like the original.
3 Plugins in 1
When you buy the +10db bundle, you actually walk away with three separate plugins: +10db Compressor, +10db Equaliser and +10db Channel Strip.
The Hoser XT
The second in the series of David Bendeth signature plugins. Modeled off of a Ward-Beck Systems M462B hardware EQ unit, The Hoser makes a great channel channel EQ to give that cohesive feel to your mixes.
The Hoser takes advantage of some of the benefits of working in the digital domain, all while staying true to the analog sound. It is really the best of both worlds.
When we built The Hoser, we had two objectives:
1. It must sound just like the hardware
2. You should be able to use this plugin on every track without worrying about your CPU overheating.
After much trial and error, we finally accomplished this. The plugin stays true to the analog sound, allowing you to add extreme amounts of gain without adding the harshness of digital EQ. It does all this while using small amounts of processing power, to preserve your CPU for other plugins. It’s really the best of both worlds.
3 Channel Modes
While we were using the hardware, we couldn’t help but wish that we could use it in a mid/side configuration. It was just begging for it. So what was stopping us from making the plugin work in mid/side mode? Nothing, that’s what.
You can also process your left and right channels separately, which is a great way to add some stereo width to a mono track, or match the tone of a stereo source.
The Hoser vs The Hoser XT
When you buy The Hoser XT, The Hoser also comes with your download, but what is the difference?
The Hoxer XT