Golden Age ProjectCOMP-54 MkIII


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Golden Age Project COMP-54 MkIII

From Golden Age Project, the COMP-54 MkIII is a one-channel compressor that takes inspiration from vintage compressors, most notably the 2254. It features an all-discrete signal path that eschews integrated circuits to capture the classic tone of compressors from the 60s and 70s.

A diode bridge-based gain control captures a smooth sound, and the class-A circuitry provides a warm tone that fits into any genre with a wide range of audio sources. The inputs and outputs feature a transformer-balanced design with a third interstage transformer. Get a vast range of attack and release times plus threshold and ratio to sculpt your sound's dynamics with stepped controls for easy recall of settings. An onboard high pass filter features three frequency positions for attenuating the low end of the compressor. Link two COMP-54s for high-performance stereo compression with a single cable. Set the VU meter to indicate either output level or gain reduction. The COMP-54 is a great addition to any studio, providing the timeless sound of vintage compressors that will become a mainstay of your studio.

COMP-54 MkIII Features

  • Vintage-style single-channel compressor
  • Discrete class-A circuitry
  • Stepped controls for easy recall of settings
  • Improved signal to noise ratio
  • Wide-ranging attack and release times
  • High pass filter with three frequency points
  • Insert signal path insert pre makeup gain
  • XLR and 1/4" TS inputs
  • Use link jack for connecting two in stereo
  • VU meter for output level or gain reduction
  • Inputs: XLR and 1/4" TS
  • Outputs: XLR and 1/4" TS
  • Other connections: Stereo link and insert
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