British Driver | Class A Discrete Transformer Driver
- Inspired by Classic British Design
- Class A Discrete Driver
- Asymmetrical Clipping and Harmonics
- Native Transformer Compression and Saturation
- Custom Made HRK Transformer
- Selected NOS Power Transistor
- Tantalum and Styroflex Capacitors
- BC184 Small Signal Transistors
- Compatible with DIYRE Colour Format
The British Driver is class A discrete transformer driver made with NOS selected power transistors and genuine BC184 small-signal transistors, inspired by most famous vintage British Mic Preamp output stage design.
The British Driver uses the custom made HRK output transformers designed to deliver a specific tonal response.
The British Console produces plenty of harmonics making the sound thick and warm with rounded HF frequency response.
The British Driver is a perfect addition to the British Console and the British EQ as the final building block of the British Style Colour Channel Strip.
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HRK Colour Modules – True Analogue Plugins!
Colour Modules are Hardware Analogue Plugins made with NOS Discrete Components and Valves which add pleasing harmonics and subtle saturation to the signal, delivering the sonic results of the Vintage Studio Equipment for a fraction of the Price!
Each Colour Module is different and uniquely impacts the sound. You can use the Colour Modules for Recording, Tracking and Mastering.
What benefit I will get from Colour Modules?
The modern DAW systems can produce great results, but most of the sound engineers and music producers will admit that the mix produced with DAW is missing something… some special ingredient, which is the analogue magic.
This is why the big recording studios have racks filled with vintage preamps, compressors and equalizers. The HRK Colour Modules are real Analogue Plugins which will help you to make better recording and mixes standing out from the crowd.
HD Audio Samples
Audio Samples are level matched. The subjective loudness difference is a result of the native compression effect introduced by the British Driver Colour Module.
How to use the British Driver Console Colour Module.
The British Driver is easy to use saturation colour module.
In low levels of drive, the saturation will be suttle.
For medium levels of drive, the saturation effect will become audible.
At the overdrive level, the asymmetric clipping will produce audible levels of THD.