MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing GOLDEN MASTER: eurorack final output multiband processor

Monday, March 29, 2021

Introducing GOLDEN MASTER: eurorack final output multiband processor

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"GOLDEN MASTER is available worldwide now. Ask your favorite retailer.

00:00​ Intro
00:16​ Golden Master
00:37​ EQ mode
01:12​ Compressor mode
02:01​ Mid-side mode
02:36​ Muting the certain bands
03:32​ Volume / Input gain knobs
03:48​ Bypass
04:01​ VCA cv input
04:11​ Final jam at extreme settings

• 6 HP width, final output multiband processor for eurorack
• instantly improve your raw eurorack mixes to sound powerful on stage
• 96 kHz 16 bit digital audio stereo processing
• 3-bands compressor with intuitive adjustment and brickwall limiter
• Mid/Side stereo field processing
• Depth: 30mm (with plugged ribbon cable)
• Power requirements: +12V: 135 mA, -12V: 25 mA

Intro music by @Julia Bondar​ (​)
Module's explanation by Wisdom Water.
No extra processing was applied in the sound demonstrations - the sound was recorded from GM output into line level directly."

"The Golden Master from is a multi-band processor that takes inspiration from studio mastering and radio loudness units from the 1990s. It gives control over the EQ, compression, and mid/side processing of incoming audio.

Thanks to the 16-bit/96kHz audio fidelity, you'll get incredible processing power. It features three bands—low, medium, and high—each handling a distinct portion of the audio spectrum. These controls feature a single knob that both boosts and cuts signals. Set the overall loudness limit of your sounds, and the brickwall limiter ensures all your sounds stay in check. This multi-band effect is the perfect end-of-chain module, ensuring that anything you throw at it sounds dynamic and full.


Multi-band processor
Adds punch and dynamics to your sound
Inspired by mastering tools from the 1990s
Compression, EQ, and mid/side processing
Three frequency bands with boost and cut
Brickwall limiter sets upper limit of signals
16-bit/96kHz processing
Enhance/mute buttons
135 mA +12V
25 mA -12V
0 mA 5V
30 mm deep"

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