Acustica Audio Ruby Review

Based on the D.W. Fearn VT-5 vacuum tube equalizer. Here is my take on it:

And here are the script notes:

Officially licensed D.W. Fearn VT-5 emulation.

The hardware will cost you $9,100. It’s handmade and not mass produced.

The plugin was two years in the making.

A very simple EQ. High and low shelves with separate cut and boosts. Mid-range cut.

Preamp on/off is the lamp button. Tube amps are used, much like a Pultec EQ.

Acustica recently added high quality plugin sets to their latest Core12 tools.

High cut for digital aliasing removal.

Author: Adam

Adam is a professional photographer, videographer and audio engineer. He started Real Home Recording back in 2011 and in 2017 launched Don't Go to Recording School.