Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor
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Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor

Germanium Compressor, Studio compressor from Chandler Limited in the Germanium series.

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moosers 01/11/2009

Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor is a single channel dynamic processor.  It has XLR connections in the back that make it easy to hook up to a console or audio interface and is an all analog piece of gear.  This is a rack mountable piece of gear and will only take up a single rack space.

UTILIZATION

The configuration of the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor is pretty easy to follow, although it does provide a lot of different parameters that you should try out and get used to as they can all affect the sound a great deal.  The compressor has parameters for input level, side chain, ratio, compression curve, mix, attack, release, germanium drive, and feedback.  It also has a switch to choose between either dirty or clean compression.  After playing around with the parameters for a little while I was able to have a pretty good grasp on what everything does and for this reason I would say that a manual probably isn't necessary.


SOUND QUALITY

The sound of the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor is overall quite outstanding.  I love how many different parameters you have to work with here as it makes it a very versatile compressor that is capable of being used with just about any instrument that you would want to use compression with.  It can vary in the different sounds that you can get with it because of all of the parameters, making it suitable for just about all types of drums, guitars, and vocals.  I don't have any complaints about the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor because I am always happy with the sounds that I achieve with this bad boy.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor for two or three years and I would definitely vouch for its great sound and overall worth.  If you were to only have money to buy a single channel compressor to use in your studio, the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor would definitely not be a bad choice at all.  I would definitely shop around as there are a ton of boutique compressors out there that sound incredible around this price range, but wouldn't blame you if you didn't make it past the Chandler Limited Germanium Compressor as it is that great!