Re-introducing the undisputed champions in price, weight and performance: the Fairchild 660 and Fairchild 670.
Designed in the early 1950s, the Fairchild 660 and 670 are variable-mu limiters. Variable-mu designs use an unusual form of vacuum tube
that is capable of changing its gain
dynamically. The result? In addition to featuring a tube output stage
like the Bomb Factory BF-2A, the Fairchild actually achieves gain
reduction through the use of tubes!
Of course, Bomb Factory's no-compromise replicas capture every detail of these legendary pieces of studio gear.
Best of all, our versions are affordable enough that real musicians can actually afford to own them!
Bomb Factory iLok Authorizations
The Digidesign Bomb Factory 4.0 and higher plug-ins have new iLok
authorizations that are different from legacy Bomb Factory products. ILok
authorizations for Bomb Factory versions 3.0 and earlier will not work with the new Digidesign Bomb Factory 4.0 and higher plug-in installers. Customers who own legacy versions of Bomb Factory plug-in authorizations and wish to obtain new iLok
licenses (authorizations) for the Digidesign Bomb Factory 4.0 and higher plug-ins should visit the Bomb Factory Legacy Plug-ins page in the Support area for information on Bomb Factory updates and upgrades.
Copy Protection: iLok
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Product Compatibility Documents and System Requirements can be found in the Digidesign Document Library