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API updates a classic

API updates a classic

API updates a classic

The 2500+ is an evolution of the 2500 with new key features

API is giving its popular 2500 stereo bus compressor a modern refresh. The new 2500+ is said to retain all of the functional and sonic characteristics users of the original would expect, with a host of additional parameters incorporated. The highlight of these are Expanded Threshold control from +20dB to –20dB and a new blend/mix function that offers both crossfader and parallel mix control of compressed and uncompressed signals.

“Over the past 18 years, many improvements have been made to the 2500, some small and some larger,” noted API’s director of engineering, Todd Humora. “The 2500+ is an evolution of the 2500, with the addition of a few key features that our users have had on their wish lists for quite some time. It’s our hope that the new 2500+ will allow for even greater creativity among its users in the studio and in the live market.”



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