I am just testing those new FairChildren as well as Pultecs as well as 1176s etc - thanks to the XMass-Sale I have them all now... I am very pleased with those goodies!
BUT it is like it is - the UAD Quad looks old now - those new versions using 10 times as much DSP then the Legacy versions... rendering a single Quad system to something like we had 10 years ago when adding the first UAD1 to the system... Buäää
I just picked up the UAD MXR & Fairchildren as well.
I only run two solo cards so DSP power is at a premium.
I find the new Fairchilds to be quite usable as far as DSP goes.
I use the legacy versions on individual tracks (LA-2A, 1176, etc)
and save the MKII versions for Groups.
I get a lot of mileage out of those 2 solos but it is time to grab a used quad off of ebay.
They are finally starting to sell at the right prices. ($500.00 - $650.00)
Anyway to get back on topic...
These aren't Fairchild sims but great compressors just the same.
You didn't mention 32bit vs 64bit so make sure you've got that correct.
TDR FEEDBACK COMPRESSOR IIhttp://www.tokyodawn.net/tdr-feedback-compressor-2/
Density MKIIhttp://varietyofsound.wordpress.com/200 ... sed-today/
Massey has some great stuff for VST as well. Again 32bit.
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