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    T-Komp – A new star is born


    TK Audio proudly presents the T-Komp, a compressor with a unique design.

    T-Komp-500-panel_250.thumb.png.9bb346d600d4406e3b27d05aeabe04d4.pngThe key feature is the ratio, which is level dependent and increases with the signal level, like the vari mu compressors.

    To make it as useful as possible the T-Komp has two ratio ranges. The first one goes up to 20:1, perfect for instrument tracking and smashing drums etc., the second one is a more narrow range which makes it more suitable for bus compression.
    The T-Komp can be selected between feed-forward mode for a punchy, modern response or feed-back mode with a smoother, more musical response.

    The RMS detector has five settings, four from fast to slow where number four, the slowest, is similar to the old 160VU. The fifth position is a program dependent adaptive mode.

    It is also equipped with a blend control for easy parallel compression, a HPF-filter to make it less sensitive to low energy like bass and kick drum, and for stereo use there is a link switch.

    The T-Komp is the perfect workhorse both for tracking and mixing!

    • Level dependent ratio which increases with the signal level just like vari-mu compressors.
    • Two ratio ranges, 1:1 to 20:1 or 1:1 to 2:1.
    • Feed-forward mode for a punchy, modern response or feed-back mode with a smoother more musical response (rack version only).
    • Five RMS settings, four from fast to slow and a program dependent adaptive mode.
    • Blend control for easy parallel compression.
    • 150Hz sidechain HPF (rack version only).

    The T-Komp is available as a dual mono rack unit or as a single channel 500-series module. They are available for ordering from October 16th 2019.  
    All units are assembled by hand in the workshop in Halmstad, Sweden.    

    Edited by Björn Olsberg

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