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Jackson Audio BLOSSOM

Produsent: JACKSON AUDIO
SKU: 2245834
kr 2 680,00
kr 2 770,00
Jackson Audio BLOSSOM
Tilgjengelighet: På lager
1Oslo - Schous plass
1Stavanger
Tilgjengelighet: 2 på lager
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The BLOSSOM is a simple, and easy to use, optical compressor that takes its inspiration from the classic studio compressors of years past. Based on the green channel of the BLOOM (country mode), the BLOSSOM features the exact same compression circuitry as the BLOOM, however it houses it in a package that is a fraction of the size, as well as a fraction of the cost! Keep reading below to learn more about BLOSSOM Optical Compressor! COMPRESSOR OVERVIEW As a compressor, the BLOSSOM features an optical limiting circuit that takes its inspiration from compressors designed during the golden age of vacuum tube circuits. Optical compressors as they are called, are known for their transparency and subtlety. While the BLOSSOM can provide a very aggressive response at more extreme compression settings, its real strength lies in its ability to add a gentle sweetening and roundness to the tone as the optical circuit works to polish off any rough edges in the sound. Because of its natural and touch responsive bloom, the BLOSSOM is ideal for players who typically don’t use compression but want the ‘mastered’ response that optical compression gives a guitarists tone. The frequency response of the compressor section is flat as a board and does not boost or cut any of your highs or lows. Just like a well-designed compressor should, the BLOSSOM alters the dynamics of the guitar signal and not the tone. A good compressor should be felt and not heard! CLEAN BLEND When more subtlety is desired from the compression circuit, we have included a BLEND control that allows the player to blend in their clean, unaffected signal back in with the compressed signal. One of the best features of the Blend control is that it allows the player to dial in a really aggressive compression setting and then blend some of their clean signal back in with it. This produces the effect of giving the note a very natural attack while slowly fading in the sustain that comes from running a high compression setting.