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It looks to me as if there was one preamp used for the plugin chain that the EQ and compressors then simply process. Here, individual per module would be nice. But I do get the aim at this plugin being a channel strip, not a highly surgical tool.
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Despite of the minor routing and compressor setup issues, on top of the smaller GUI, I do like that this channel strip comes with two compressors, while either one can be put into Expander mode. Usually you only have an EQ/Compressor combination, sometimes maybe even a Gate. Routing was also barely addressed until outside the box thinking picked up drive during the last couple of years. So this is definitely a welcome sight.
This plugin caught me off guard. Granted, it is not a channel strip as known from clones of SSL / NEVE, or more modern tools like Metric Halo and Eventide. That is not its main aim. ChannelStrip MK2 has its own charm, while trying to be as flexible as possible. That is definitely a good thing.
After you achieve a great sound with a channel strip plugin, you can print your multitracks and start the mixing process. Channel Strips can also be used in bus tracks or even for mastering. Some plugins have a distinct sound that can add incredible flavor to your productions.
UX: Do you want to feel like a legendary, old-school producer or engineer? This UX will get you there. True to the original channel strip, the EQ on the SSL 4000 E Series features four adjustable bands plus HP and LP filters.