Klanghelm releases free IVGI
18th June 2013
IVGI can deliver very soft and
subtle saturation, that feels at home on the master
buss. It is equally capable of very dense and dirty
distortion effects to spice up single tracks.
IVGI’s base sound is comparable to
the DESK mode in the upcoming big brother SDRR.
Just as SDRR, IVGI reacts
dynamically to the input signal. Even the modelled
fluctuations react dynamically and also change
depending on the drive setting, so that it doesn’t
get in the way of the SOUND. Stereo tracks benefit
from it’s modelled crosstalk behaviour. Just as its
big brother SDRR, IVGI features a “Controlled
Randomness”, which determines the internal drift and
variance inside the unit. It contributes to the
livelyness and realness of IVGI’s saturation
character. All internal processes are modulated to
some extent to make this possible.
IVGI reacts dynamically to the input.
No to very low aliasing even at extreme
Variable noise modelling (program material
and settings dependent) to avoid the noise
getting in the way of the sound.
4 x oversampling.
7 samples of latency.
Adjustable frequency dependency.
“CONTROLLED RANDOMNESS”: every internal
process is modulated to a certain extent to
simulate drift, variance and internal
Special designed super smooth and
unobtrusive high shelving filter to brighten up
Adjustable asymmetry of the saturation
giving control over harmonic content and also
transparency of the saturation.
Smooth compression characteristics.
Accurate VU metering of input and output.
Unique RMS output-input difference VU mode
for easy level matching.