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When The Beatles recorded "All You Need Is Love", 

the man behind the board was Eddie Kramer.


When Jimi Hendrix recorded "Purple Haze", 

the man behind the board was Eddie Kramer.


When Led Zeppelin recorded "Whole Lotta Love", 

the man behind the board was Eddie Kramer.


When you're ready to make some music history of your own, get Eddie Kramer behind the board.


Eddie Kramer on the Vocal Channel: "When mixing, there’s always a fight going on between the vocal and the rest of the track. For me, what makes a good mix is when all the elements combine seamlessly, complimenting one other. When we designed the Vocal Channel plugin, we did it in such a way that the user can position the vocals within the mix, and then blend it back into the track, without it popping out, in such a way that it retains all its original clarity and presence."


Vocal Channel features 2 flavors:

Vocals 1, designed for classic rock vocals with a lot of dynamic range and intensity.
Vocals 2, for gentler vocal performances that stay at smoother, steadier levels.

Eddie Kramer on the Drum Channel: "The Drum Channel plugin really captures the essence of my drum sounds. Whether you’re trying to achieve a huge Zep-like sound with loads of atmosphere, or are going for something more dry and down-to-earth like the Stones, or need a heavily-compressed, squashed, Hendrix-type sound, this is the plugin that will get you there, quickly and easily. Since there are individual modes for bass drums, snares, and so on, you can really mix things up by creating your own hybrid drum kits, using your favorite elements from each."


Eddie Kramer on the Bass Channel: "The idea behind the Eddie Kramer Bass Channel was to create a fat bass sound with a lot of presence, that cuts through without being overbearing. In general, the low-mid frequencies are accentuated, so it really pops on radio mixes. That way, you can always hear it clearly, even at low volumes on small speakers. The Bass Channel comes in two flavors: Bass1, which is less compressed, for a more dynamic sound that has room to breathe, and Bass2, a more aggressive sound with increased compression."


Eddie Kramer on the Effects Channel: "For the Effects Channel plugin, I set out to recreate some of the basic elements that I use whenever I’m painting a sonic picture. Over the years, these elements have evolved to suit a variety of sources and styles, from whispering vocals to screaming guitars and beyond.


H-Slap is a shorter delay that emulates tape at 15 inches per second, with some EMT plate reverb at a medium setting.
Z-Slap is a longer delay (7 ½ inches per second) with a bit of feedback and a longer setting on the EMT plate.

Between the two, you’ll easily find the ideal setting for almost anything you can throw at it."


Eddie Kramer on the Guitar Channel: "The Guitar Channel plugin features settings for lead guitars and two types of rhythm guitars.


When it comes to lead guitar, I want it to become a living, breathing organism, creating a palpable sense of excitement within in the mix. By combining the right amounts of EQ, compression, delay, reverb, and a touch of flange, these 5 elements, working together, make it come alive.


For rhythm guitar, I try to get it “in your face” as much as possible, without over-processing the sound with EQ. By adjusting the amount of compression, and not overdoing the amount of space, I make sure that the guitar stays up front, where it belongs."



Created in collaboration with multi-Platinum mixing engineer Tony Maserati


Black Eyed Peas. Beyoncé. Usher. John Legend. 
Alicia Keys. Jason Mraz. Macy Grey. Mary J. Blige. 
Rob Thomas. Sting. David Bowie. Tupac Shakur. Notorious B.I.G. Jay-Z.

They've all turned to Tony Maserati for his magic touch. Now, you can too.

When you're ready for the hit sound, get on the fast track with Maserati's custom-built high performance processing chains.


New Features

If you've ever wanted to use the Maserati plugins as Send Returns, now you can. The VX1 Vocal Enhancer, GTi Guitar Toner, B72 Bass Phattener, and ACG Acoustic Guitar Designer now all feature both Insert and Send modes.


New Factory Presets

We've added dozens of new factory presets created by Tony himself, as well as other top engineers, making The Tony Maserati Artist Signature Collection deliver even better-sounding results, faster than ever.


Tony Maserati on the GRP Group Processor: "The Maserati GRP plugin is meant to help that final blend jump out a bit. It’s got a nice bit of equalization involved but no effects, no shredders, none of that kind of thing. In fact, the compression that I’m using in the network there is very, very subtle, because generally I don’t do major compression over my groups. It’s meant to add a nice sheen on a great blend of background vocals or compress a drum kit together, make it really feel like it’s got some nice air to it."


Tony Maserati on the GTi Guitar Toner: "The GTi was created with all the different guitar players I've admired in mind. I tried to find settings that would be a starting place for getting their sound, from the ‘Clean’ in-your-face sound of, say, Elliott Smith to the wide chorus-y spread of The Police's Andy Summers using the 'Clean Chorus' setting. On the 'Heavy' setting, a bit of level and EQ help your already crunched guitar sound scream through any thick instrumentation you've got. ‘Thick Rhythm' lets you to subtly or substantially make your rhythm guitar sound livelier; it also works great on Wurlis and Horns. The 'Soft Flange' setting is just that; it adds interesting and subtly audible filtering to legato notes or sustained electric guitars. My intention was to make these effects usable in a wide variety of applications. The wild and crazy FX are out there; you already got 'em if you need 'em!"


Tony Maserati on the VX1 Vocal Enhancer: "The VX1 is a compact package for full vocal control, whether you need to squeeze the most emotion out subtle performance or engulf it in a room with a full band production. This plugin has all the processing you need for Vocals.


Contour 1 will give you a studio or small venue room; Contour 2 is a larger chamber with reflective pre-delays, most suited for slow ballads; and Contour 3 is set up for quicker tempo songs with a very small room and matching pre-delay."


Tony Maserati on the DRM Drum Slammer: "The DRM was designed to help the excitement of percussive transients get heard through mixes which are thick with instrumentation and vocals. Whether on programmed or live drums, DRM is a great starting point for your mix."


Tony Maserati on the HMX Harmonics Generator: "In 'Modal' mode, the HMX will make your piano wide, with just the right amount of chorus effect, to give it life on a vocal demo, or raise your Wurlitzer’s presence, for some ethereal magic. 'Bounce' mode will add a bit of reverb and delay, to create energy and movement for a sensitive ballad or live-ness to a funky full-band setting."


Tony Maserati on the B72 Bass Phattener: "The B72 actually has two distinct starting places. I've worked on a large variety of music for my artists, and there's never just one sound or one preset. Try the 'DI' setting on your electric or acoustic bass and you'll see how you can enhance the roundness, while keeping it lively throughout the song. The 'Synth' setting opens up a different door, with thickness, stereo spread, and harmonic flavor. It’ll fill the speakers like an old Prophet."


Tony Maserati on the ACG Acoustic Guitar Designer: "The ACG is a comprehensive tool to help gain ultimate control and energy boost from a variety of acoustic guitar types. The ‘ACG 1’ setting allows you to maximize level and sculpt your top and bottom. ‘ACG 2’ setting has more built-in compression for bringing out the subtleties in a live performance. Both have appropriate room settings available to be dialed in at varying levels."

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