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Romario Rodrigues
Romario Rodrigues



Abbey.Road.Complete.AU.VST.RTAS.TDM-XVX is a collection of audio plugins that emulate the sound of the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. The plugins are compatible with various digital audio workstations (DAWs) and formats, such as AU, VST, RTAS, and TDM. The collection includes four plugins: REDD, RS56 Passive EQ, Reverb Plates, and EMI TG12345 Channel Strip.


REDD is a plugin that recreates the sound of the REDD consoles, which were custom-built by EMI for Abbey Road Studios in the 1950s and 1960s. The REDD consoles were used to record many iconic artists, such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and The Hollies. The plugin features two models of the REDD consoles: REDD.17 and REDD.37-51. Each model has its own distinctive tone and character, as well as different input and output options. The plugin also allows users to adjust the drive, bass lift, EQ, and filter settings of the consoles.


RS56 Passive EQ

RS56 Passive EQ is a plugin that emulates the RS56 Universal Tone Control, which was a passive equalizer designed by EMI in the late 1950s. The RS56 was used to shape the sound of many recordings at Abbey Road Studios, such as A Hard Day's Night by The Beatles and Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys. The plugin features three bands of EQ, each with four selectable frequencies and six different curves. The plugin also has a global gain and phase control, as well as a stereo or mid-side mode.

Reverb Plates

Reverb Plates is a plugin that simulates the sound of the four EMT 140 reverb plates that were installed at Abbey Road Studios in 1957. The reverb plates were used to add natural-sounding reverberation to many recordings, such as Let It Be by The Beatles and Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. The plugin features four models of the reverb plates, each with its own sonic characteristics and decay time. The plugin also allows users to adjust the damping, bass cut, treble boost, pre-delay, drive, and modulation settings of the plates.

EMI TG12345 Channel Strip

EMI TG12345 Channel Strip is a plugin that replicates the sound of the EMI TG12345 console, which was the first solid-state console designed by EMI in 1968. The TG12345 console was used to mix many classic albums at Abbey Road Studios, such as Abbey Road by The Beatles and Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie. The plugin features a three-band EQ with a continuous frequency knob, a compressor/limiter with a fixed threshold and makeup gain, and an input/output meter with a clipping indicator. The plugin also has a drive control that adds harmonic distortion to the signal.


  • [Waves Mercury Bundle (140 plugins) + Ssl 4000 + Abbey Road - Reverb]


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