Bring the legendary Harrison 32C sound into any DAW
The Harrison 32C Channel plug-in is modeled after Harrison’s renowned 32 Series console channel strip. It contains 3 routable processing elements which include the famed 32C channel EQ and Filters. The 32C Channel plug-in allows you to bring the legendary Harrison 32C sound into any DAW.
The 32C Channel’s 3 main processing elements are as follows:
- 32C Equalizer: A 4-band equalizer modeled after the 32C channel strip EQ.
- 32C Filters: A pair of high and low-pass filters with an optional “bump” feature for adding extra low-end punch.
- Compressor: A multi-purpose dynamics processor with 3 selectable modes allowing it to operate as a compressor, leveler, or limiter.
The controls for these processing elements are divided into sections referred to as modules which are each named accordingly. In addition to the 3 processing modules there is also a Master Section and Routing Section which contain controls for adjusting input & output levels, polarity, and routing. These are referred to as master controls.
Supported formats: AAX, VST, VST3, AU
Supported channel configurations: Mono, Stereo
System Requirements & Compatibility :
Your system must meet the following requirements in order to run Harrison plug-ins:
- Windows 7 or higher
- Mac OS 10.9 or higher
- Linux GCC 5 compatible systems
- OpenGL 3.2 or higher
- libcurl-gnutls on Linux
Additional requirements on Windows
Harrison plug-ins require the “Windows C++ Universal Runtime” to be installed on your computer. Universal runtime is part of the system’s core libraries on Windows 10. On Windows versions Vista to 8.1, it will be automatically installed via Windows Update. It is also possible to install the runtime manually (see details with Microsoft.com).
Note for Linux Users
If you’re experiencing issues with the plug-in’s graphics or the GUI isn’t showing up correctly on Linux, make sure your system’s graphics driver supports the minimum required OpenGL version of 3.2 or higher. To check this, run glxinfo | grep Max in a terminal window and make sure that the value listed for the OpenGL core profile version string is at least 3.2 or greater.
If your core profile version meets this requirement but you are still experiencing graphics issues like the ones mentioned above, it is likely that your system is reporting an OpenGL version lower than 3.2 to ensure backwards compatibility with deprecated OpenGL functions. To work around this, you can force the system to report an OpenGL version of 3.2 or higher by setting this environment variable: MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE=3.2
You can use this as a prefix when opening your DAW from a terminal command like so:
This will set the environment variable for that particular terminal session only, so it will be reset once the session is ended. If you don’t want to run this command every time you launch your DAW, you can set the environment variable in your profile script so that it automatically gets set every time you login.
Demo Version :
Download & Try all AVA Plug-ins Here. This will ensure the software is fully compatible with your computer's environment prior to purchase.
In Demo mode, the AVA plug-in control panel will become unresponsive after a few moments. You will need to purchase a license to permanently enable the control panel.