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Description

The digital world with its clarity and accuracy lacks some vibe from the old times. This is why English producer and remixer Greg Brimson, also United Plugins powered artist, approached us with his idea for a dream plugin. 'Create a front door for every recording, and call it Front DAW, guys,' said he, 'so that every track would have a true analogue input.' Thanks to him you can turn your DAW Mixer into a real Analogue Console.

Every Track Different with VARM
It‘s not just Greg who needs to take advantage of our Variable Analogue Random Modeling technology. VARM is technology based on knowledge of chaotic behaviour and randomness of the analogue world. Thanks to VARM, each plugin instance acts slightly different. VARM models randomness of the subtle differences of the values of the electrical parts - exactly as in the real electrical units and the real console channels.

Three Types of Saturation.
BR/US/GE buttons represent three types of analogue circuits you may choose from. BR represents classic fat British consoles, US stands for legendary punchy American style input. Switching to GE will give you velvet sounding colourful vintage German tube console.

The Mojo
Turning the Mojo knob lets you decide the amount of saturation your tracks get. The effect is rather subtle and gentle because Front DAW is intended to be used on many tracks simultaneously. You don‘t want your mix to be dirty, do you?

Saturate Every Track
Thanks to advanced modeling technology we use Front DAW is very CPU-friendly. It is designed to be used on every single track of your mix (if desired).

Hassle-Free Software Protection
No iLok, no dongle nor internet access is required for activation. Our software uses licence files to activate your software. You can freely use the purchased software on all your computers as long as you are the user.

Realistic 3D Yet Flexible GUI
Photorealistic graphic user interface of the plugin gives you the feeling you are touching the real hardware. But it easily adapts to your needs. You can always drag the arrow in the bottom right corner to change its size - make it smaller to save the valuable screen space, or enlarge it to make it easier to use.

15-Days Unlimited Trial Version for Free
All the descriptions are nothing comparing to putting hands on the plugin yourself. No saving limits. No noises. No boundaries. Engage the plugin in your project for real and fully exploit its powers for two weeks.

Second-Hand Edition for FREE
Even partly broken machines can serve well in many studios. Although their functionality can be limited to just one feature, they may give your records something extra. After the trial period expires, the plugin continues working with limited access to several features.

64-bit Audio Quality at ANY Sampling Rate
The plugin provides the maximum audio quality you can get. It uses 64-bit audio processing and can handle any sampling rate. 192 kHz or even higher

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United Plugins presents: Front DAW by Soundevice Digital - Free for a limited time

United Plugins presents: Front DAW by Soundevice Digital Saturation plugin free for time-limited period United Plugins, the federation of small independent software developing teams, announces the availability of the new analogue simulating plugin called Front DAW. The plugin is compatible with all major DAW applications (VST/AAX/AU) on both Windows and OS X. Turn Your DAW...

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United Plugins presents: Front DAW by Soundevice Digital - Free for a limited time

...the best commission for us.... I hope that a lot of great music would be created with the smallest help of FRONT DAW...! rockout

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United Plugins presents: Front DAW by Soundevice Digital - Free for a limited time

i'm trying the demo and i noticed that there's a HPF on the plug-in but it is only for the input. i think it would be a good idea to put one on the output (also/instead) to remove the DC offset created by the saturation. i tried to reproduce this (in Reaper) but i couldn't. there is...

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