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Universal Audio LA-2A

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Universal Audio LA-2A Classic Leveling Amplifier

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¿Por qué el LA- 2A se ha mantenido tan popular para la grabación de los ingenieros de todas las tendencias , incluso cincuenta años después de su diseño original?

Es todo sobre el tiempo del "release" que esta en varias etapas, lento, suave y versátil.

El atenuador óptico T4 en el LA - 2A es dependiente de la frecuencia , permitiendo que la relación de compresión varíe en gran medida basado en el material de origen . El promedio de tiempo de ataque se ha fijado en 10 milésimas de segundo , pero su característica única en el "release" es lo que da el LA- 2A su sonido definitivo . Mientras que el tiempo de "release" inicial es de unos 60 milisegundos para el 50% del "release" , el siguiente 50 % ocurre de manera gradual en un período de uno a 15 segundos antes de que la señal viene de nuevo al 100 %.

Este momento del "release" depende en gran medida de la longitud y la fuerza de la señal entrante . Si la compresión es pesado o la señal está por encima del umbral para una larga duración , entonces el "release" será más lento . Si la señal está por debajo del umbral, entonces el "release" será más rápida .
Los usuarios pueden notar que se necesita bastante tiempo para que el metro vulva a 0 VU (sin compresión ), después de un largo período de compresión fuerte .

 

Why has the LA-2A remained so popular for recording engineers of all stripes, even fifty years after its original design? It’s all about the slow, gentle, and versatile multi-stage release time. “It treats your signal so lovingly,” says Bill Putnam Jr., CEO of Universal Audio. “It’s inspiring to sing through psychologically. It responds especially well to the human voice in a way that inspires performance.”

The T4 optical attenuator in the LA-2A is both program and frequency dependent, allowing the compression ratio to vary greatly based on the source material. The average attack time is fixed at 10 milliseconds, but its unique release characteristic is what gives the LA-2A its definitive sound. While the initial release time is about 60 milliseconds for 50% of the release, the following 50% happens gradually over a period of one to 15 seconds before the signal comes back to 100%.

This timing of the release depends heavily on the length and strength of the incoming signal. If compression is heavy or the signal is above the threshold for a long duration, then the release will be slower. If the signal is below the threshold, then the release will be faster. Users may notice that it takes quite some time for the meter to return to 0 VU (no compression) after a long period of heavy compression.

- See more at: http://www.uaudio.es/blog/la-2a-analog-obsession/#sthash.IWhuEzRA.dpuf

Why has the LA-2A remained so popular for recording engineers of all stripes, even fifty years after its original design? It’s all about the slow, gentle, and versatile multi-stage release time. “It treats your signal so lovingly,” says Bill Putnam Jr., CEO of Universal Audio. “It’s inspiring to sing through psychologically. It responds especially well to the human voice in a way that inspires performance.”

The T4 optical attenuator in the LA-2A is both program and frequency dependent, allowing the compression ratio to vary greatly based on the source material. The average attack time is fixed at 10 milliseconds, but its unique release characteristic is what gives the LA-2A its definitive sound. While the initial release time is about 60 milliseconds for 50% of the release, the following 50% happens gradually over a period of one to 15 seconds before the signal comes back to 100%.

This timing of the release depends heavily on the length and strength of the incoming signal. If compression is heavy or the signal is above the threshold for a long duration, then the release will be slower. If the signal is below the threshold, then the release will be faster. Users may notice that it takes quite some time for the meter to return to 0 VU (no compression) after a long period of heavy compression.

- See more at: http://www.uaudio.es/blog/la-2a-analog-obsession/#sthash.IWhuEzRA.dpuf

Why has the LA-2A remained so popular for recording engineers of all stripes, even fifty years after its original design? It’s all about the slow, gentle, and versatile multi-stage release time. “It treats your signal so lovingly,” says Bill Putnam Jr., CEO of Universal Audio. “It’s inspiring to sing through psychologically. It responds especially well to the human voice in a way that inspires performance.”

The T4 optical attenuator in the LA-2A is both program and frequency dependent, allowing the compression ratio to vary greatly based on the source material. The average attack time is fixed at 10 milliseconds, but its unique release characteristic is what gives the LA-2A its definitive sound. While the initial release time is about 60 milliseconds for 50% of the release, the following 50% happens gradually over a period of one to 15 seconds before the signal comes back to 100%.

This timing of the release depends heavily on the length and strength of the incoming signal. If compression is heavy or the signal is above the threshold for a long duration, then the release will be slower. If the signal is below the threshold, then the release will be faster. Users may notice that it takes quite some time for the meter to return to 0 VU (no compression) after a long period of heavy compression.

- See more at: http://www.uaudio.es/blog/la-2a-analog-obsession/#sthash.IWhuEzRA.dpuf

Why has the LA-2A remained so popular for recording engineers of all stripes, even fifty years after its original design? It’s all about the slow, gentle, and versatile multi-stage release time. “It treats your signal so lovingly,” says Bill Putnam Jr., CEO of Universal Audio. “It’s inspiring to sing through psychologically. It responds especially well to the human voice in a way that inspires performance.”

The T4 optical attenuator in the LA-2A is both program and frequency dependent, allowing the compression ratio to vary greatly based on the source material. The average attack time is fixed at 10 milliseconds, but its unique release characteristic is what gives the LA-2A its definitive sound. While the initial release time is about 60 milliseconds for 50% of the release, the following 50% happens gradually over a period of one to 15 seconds before the signal comes back to 100%.

This timing of the release depends heavily on the length and strength of the incoming signal. If compression is heavy or the signal is above the threshold for a long duration, then the release will be slower. If the signal is below the threshold, then the release will be faster. Users may notice that it takes quite some time for the meter to return to 0 VU (no compression) after a long period of heavy compression.

- See more at: http://www.uaudio.es/blog/la-2a-analog-obsession/#sthash.IWhuEzRA.dpuf

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