Video: Retro Instruments Releases the Retro Revolver Stereo Compressor From NAMM 2018

Developed over the course of the last seven years, Retro Instruments has finally released the Retro Revolver—a stereo compressor based off of EMI's legendary modified Altec 436 compressor used during the recording of The Beatles' albums.

The Retro Revolver promises to bring that signature compression to your tracks, with additional features for easier tracking, mixing, and mastering. It features independent controls with stereo linking. The compressor has continuously variable input, output, attack, release, and threshold.

Check out the video above to get a sense of all the Retro Revolver can do. And follow along with us for the latest news and updates from the NAMM 2018 show by clicking the link below.

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