Project Description

  • Ratio which increases with the signal level.
  • Two ratio ranges, 1:1 to 20:1 or 1:1 to 2:1.
  • Feed-forward or feed-back mode.
  • Five RMS settings, fast to slow and an adaptive mode.
  • Blend control for parallel compression.
The T-Komp has a unique design which offers a modern take on the old vari-mu ratio curve. The ratio is level dependent and increases with the signal level, a feature that will give you numerous possibilities.

To make the T-Komp more useful it has two ratio ranges. The first one goes up to 20:1, perfect for instrument tracking and smashing drums etc., the second, 2:1, 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.

Input impedance: 24kohm
Output impedance: 50ohm
Max in/output level: +26dBu
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz +/- 0,1dB
Signal to noise ratio @ 0dBu: better than 94dB
THD: level and compression dependent, mostly even harmonics

Features:
Threshold
Make-up gain: 0 to +20dB
Blend control: from dry to wet

Average timing:

  1. 1mS / 40mS (most useful for peak limiting)
  2. 5mS / 200mS
  3. 10mS / 400mS
  4. 25mS / 1000mS (similare to the old 160vu)
  5. Adaptive mode
The attack and release are locked in relationship to each other.

FB: selects feed-back mode
HP filter: 150Hz, -6dB octave
In: compression in/out
2:1: selects a more narrow ratio range
Gain reduction meter
Link switch
115v or 230v, selectable

Specifications and components may be changed or updated without further notice.

Swedish video reviewer MixGus has made an in-depth review of the T-Komp.
It’s a 20 min video where he uses the T-Komp both on separate tracks, drum bus and the mix bus.

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