the Drawmer 1973. The culmination of 30 years of development and experience
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Expanding on the renowned range of dynamics processors Drawmer designed an affordable three band stereo FET compressor that every engineer will totally appreciate - the Drawmer 1973. The culmination of 30 years of development and experience, the 1973 combines the functionality and control of the world class Drawmer S3 with the familiarity and quality of the illustrious 1960 and 1968, providing three bands of transparent, intuitive compression for the price of a conventional single full band compressor.
The 1973 comprises a set of crossover filters that splits your audio signal into three frequency bands. Each split signal then passes through its own compressor and is independently adjusted, after which the signals are recombined and the final wet/dry mix and levels can be adjusted. The advantage is that one band's compression has no affect on the others.
This, along with other features, allow the 1973 to pull off amazing feats that a single-band compressor could never accomplish. For example, it can easily prevent an acoustic guitar, cello or double bass from sounding boomy on low notes without thinning the highs.
If you find yourself recording a vocal track that sounds too shrill, the 1973 allows you to easily alter the timbre without eliminating detail and clarity. Adding heavier compression in the bass band can add to the thickness and richness of the voice. Raspiness is controlled in the mid band. Finally, compression to the high band can give sizzle and definition to an otherwise bland voice. Sibilance can also be easily tamed.
In a mastering situation, having independent control over each band can resolve a problem mix, pulling out individual instruments, brightening the brilliance/air or making the bottom end of a mix sound huge while simultaneously avoiding "pumping" or "breathing" artifacts and increasing headroom.
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