Phil Moore talks with Reverb at NAMM 2018 about his latest releases of new gear.
The Retro REVOLVER.
A stereo compressor based off of EMI’s legendary modified Altec 436 compressor, seven years in the making.
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With the release of their latest creation, the Revolver, Retro Instruments has done it once again by reviving a beloved studio staple and updating it for the modern workflow. Just like other Retro Instrument releases in the past, the vintage vibe extends far beyond the Revolver’s classic looking exterior.
Based on the legendary modded Altec 436, the Revolver is a dual-channel, all tube compressor that has been hand-built in the USA with that classic British tone. It’s also loaded with expanded features, making it a compressor that works in any stage from tracking to mastering.
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Since 2006, Phil Moore’s Retro Instruments has been bringing back icons of the bygone era of the recording studio and updating them for modern engineers. From reimagined pieces like the Sta-Level, 176, OP-6 and Revolver to new 500 Series innovations like the Doublewide, these tools have the look and feel of the classic gear that they are inspired by.
We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Phil Moore and
A great Review of our latest product from Sound on Sound Magazine.
For a product called the ‘Revolver’ and pitched by Retro as “The sound of the British invasion,” …