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What is a GYRATOR? Originally proposed in 1948, a gyrator is a type of electronic network that can be used at the heart of equaliser designs as an alternative to its even older inductor predecessor. Although inductors are still popular with some designers looking for a vintage sound, they have inherent issues like ringing and odd harmonics. On the other hand, gyrators can work better than the ‘real thing’ and give the designer more freedom, a factor put to work in the VSE-2 to create, among other things, a tube-like distortion spectrum. VSE-2Unique Features Discrete Gyrator EQ based Hardware emulation Tube like Distortion Spectrum up to 1% THD Smooth and Punchy Vintage Console EQ Sound Unique A.I.R Mode (Enhancement of the auditory threshold) 18 selectable frequencies Hi Pass Filter 10Hz-400Hz Cut & Boost steps +-: 1dB, 2dB, 3,5dB, 5,5dB, 8dB with proportional Q Frequency bands can be switched indepently to "Broad" (Low Q) Additional Input and Output Trims to Avoid Internal Clipping Issues in your DAW. All levels can be set directly at the VSE-2 EQ stage. Harmonic Control with Drive LED NOW ! 99 Euro approx. 112 USD https://www.vertigosound.com/products/vse-2-plugin