FMR Really Nice Levelling Amp

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The Really Nice Levelling Amplifier (RNLA) is a compressor, of sorts, with a character that works well with vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitars and two-mix sources.

At a glance

  • Stereo compressor in 1/3 rack size.
  • Accurate & repeatable 5-parameter controls.

  • Imparts an obvious, euphonic "thickness" to the source.

  • "Log Release" mode to restore transients lost on some percussive sources.

  • Attack & Release controls are calibrated in the famous and coveted Tufnel scale.

  • Single TRS-cable attachment to many "insert" jacks.

  • 1/4" TRS sidechain insert

  • Rack-mountable.

The Really Nice Levelling Amplifier is a compressor with a character that works well with vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitars and stereo mix duties. Some very well-outfitted RNLA users report that even with a full complement of expensive, vintage levelling amps and compressors, the RNLA still fills a niche that the others don't!

The RNLA and the RNC share much of the same hardware, but run different algorithms to achieve the desired effect. The RNLA exercises the well-known dictum (among dynamic processor designers) that, after the static characteristics of the signal path, the main contributors to a processor's sound are the shapes of the attack & release envelopes. The RNLA's software then transforms the sidechain signal into a drive signal for the VCA that both slows things down a bit and totally reshapes the crisp and quick action of the RNC's "normal" mode. This reshaping (and slow down) are the primary sonic drivers behind the RNLA's "thick and gooey"

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AT A GLANCE
  • Stereo compressor in 1/3 rack size.
  • Accurate & repeatable 5-parameter controls.

  • Imparts an obvious, euphonic "thickness" to the source.

  • "Log Release" mode to restore transients lost on some percussive sources.

  • Attack & Release controls are calibrated in the famous and coveted Tufnel scale.

  • Single TRS-cable attachment to many "insert" jacks.

  • 1/4" TRS sidechain insert

  • Rack-mountable.
Demo in StoreNo
ManufacturerFMR
Short DescriptionThe Really Nice Levelling Amplifier (RNLA) is a compressor, of sorts, with a character that works well with vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitars and two-mix sources.
Dynamics TypeCompressor
Valve / Solid StateSolid State
Channel CountSingle Channel
ChassisDesktop
Compression TypeHybrid
AttackVariable
ReleaseVariable
Ratio1:1, 2:1, 6:1, 10:1, 25:1
Threshold-40dB to +20dB
Digital I/ON/A
High Pass FilterNo
Side Chain InputNo
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