Creme RC

Demo

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  • You try it out for 14 days.
  • Then you decide if you want to keep it.
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Description

Creme RC
Remote Controllable Bus Compressor and Mastering Equalizer

End your inner battle between digital and analog.

Our Creme has become a modern classic - VCA compression in uncompromising sound quality, bundled with sound refinement at the highest level thanks to passive EQ based on the proven Pultec principle. The combination you've been looking for to add that decisive nuance to your mix or mastering.

With the Creme RC, we are taking this recipe for success to the next level, because it combines two worlds - analog sound and digital control - into a perfect symbiosis. analog sound and digital control - into a perfect symbiosis. Thanks to motorized potentiometers you save the annoying work of recalling your settings by hand, if you have to edit a session again afterwards. As soon as you open your project, the corresponding Creme RC plugin ensures that all knobs automatically turn to the correct position. Automate individual parameters in the arrangement? No problem with the Creme RC.

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Many successful mixing engineers have one thing in common: they use our Creme!

Even while mixing, the Creme gives you an idea with a slight treble and bass boost and a few dB of compression, how the mix will sound after mastering. This way you can easily find the right volume balance for your individual sounds, especially the voices. The order of EQ and compressor is also switchable, making the Creme RC an always flexible helper in mixing and mastering.

The Compressor

Whether you just want to thicken your track gently and inaudibly, or pack a punch, maybe even give it a rhythmic punch, the Creme RC's VCA compressor can handle it all with ease.

Its powerful and characteristic sound can elevate any mix to a new level. The compression runs very musically and the sound always remains transparent, with the individual instruments more easily find their place in the mix. The often lamented loss of treble in compression applications does not occur here at all, rather the signal seems like treated with an exciter to sound a bit more brilliant.

The bass range is tight and seems as if from a single mold, the lower mids become fuller without mud, the entire midrange is more articulate and cleaner. The spatial imaging also gains air and precision.

The switchable side-chain high-pass filter ensures that, if necessary, even violent bass nothing to pump. In addition to the classic 60Hz and 120Hz filters, there is now an additional 200Hz filter in the side-chain.
Low-Cut-Filter des Side-Chains Effect of the low-cut filter in the side chain on compression

Creme Mode

The Creme RC's compressor brings yet another new cherry on top. For even more kicking bass and fresher treble, we have used our experience from the Schwerkraftmaschine and designed the Creme mode together with some Berlin artists.

In addition to the classic auto mode, there is hereby an alternative to the intelligent release automatic. The Creme mode reacts a little faster and more aggressive and is thus perfectly suited to the requirements of modern music styles.

Pushes, thrusts and bangs!


The Equalizer

Passive equalizers with their elaborate circuits of coils and capacitors are still among the most popular sound makers when it comes to sum processing.

The filter circuit of the original Pultec already made our Classic Equalizer a successful sound machine. For this reason, we have also selected it as the basis for the EQ of the Creme RC and carefully revised this. Not necessary controls were replaced by fixed values, for the mix bus less useful frequencies were shut down.
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No other EQ type manages to sound good in almost every setting. Smooth and silky highs worthy of the name. A low-frequency boost that gives the mix a tight foundation and thrust without squelching everything.

For even more adjustment options, the Creme RC has been greatly increased the intermediate steps of the selectable frequencies.

The result is an EQ that you should have heard. If you've heard it once, you'd regret its absence. If you've never heard it, you've always been looking for it anyway.

Frequenzgang des Low-Shelf-Filters Frequency response of the low shelf filter

Frequenzgang des High-Shelf-Filters Frequency response of the high shelf filter

Videos

Review

Automated Hardware Compressor/EQ with a Plug In - Tegeler Creme RC

(En español) Tegeler Creme RC l EQ tipo Pultec y Compresor VCA en uno!

Tegeler Audio Manufaktur - Creme RC | Pultec style EQ & SSL style bus compressor in one

(En français) CRÈME RC: Quand l'analogique se marie à votre DAW

(En español) Tegeler Audio Creme RC Demo

Is this the perfect hybrid Compressor & EQ? Tegeler Creme RC review

Tegeler Audio Creme RC In-Depth Review- The Ultimate Analogue Bus Glue?

(En français) Tegeler Creme RC - Le test

Most amazing piece of analog gear

Sound Demo

(En français) Tegeler Creme RC [No Talking Demo]

Features

Features

Equalizer

  • Passive EQ (Pultec style)
  • Bass boost frequencies: 20-30-60-100+140+200 Hz
  • Bass boost level: 0-5 dB switchable
  • High boost frequencies: 10-12-16-18-20-24 kHz
  • High boost level: 0-5 dB switchable

Compressor

  • Lowcut filter: 60-120 Hz
  • Attack: 0,1-0,3-1-3-10-30 ms
  • Release: 100-300-600 ms-1,2s-Auto
  • Ratio: 1,5-2-4-10
  • Rasted potentiometers
  • Freqency responce: 20 - 40.000 Hz +/- 1,5 dB
  • Balanced inputs and outputs
  • Internal power supply with toroidal transformer
  • Height: 88,4 mm (2U), width: 483 mm, depth: 250 mm

User Reviews

FAQ

General
MacOS 64-bit downwards compatible up to 10.7, Windows: all 64-bit systems
Please read our Endorsement Policy before contacting us.
Only the logo is new. Nothing else has changed.

For economic and environmental reasons, we refrained from throwing away everything with the old logo. Instead, we will replace all parts and materials piece by piece. Of course, when you buy a unit, you get the same quality no matter what logo is on the outside.
Network
The device needs a DHCP server to provide it with an IP address.
Simply set up an Internet share for your Mac's network interface.
Go to System Preferences->Shares, select Internet Sharing on the left.

At Share connection, select your internet connection (e.g. WLAN).
At With computer via: select the interface that is connected to the device.


Now the device will get an IP address and will be found by the plugin.

Option 1

Use a Wifi repeater with LAN connector.
It builds a bridge between the ethernet of the device and your Wifi network.

Option 2

Connect the device via network cable to your computer and enable internet sharing.
  • Check if you have the latest plug-in version installed.
  • Windows: Add a share for your DAW(s) to Windows Defender or other firewalls or antivirus programs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDewmCvFs2M.
  • If that doesn't help, email contact@tegeler.com with the following information:
    A detailed error description incl. OS version, DAW version, Plugin version, What exactly happens after you do what?
    Please send us screenshots of your network settings if applicable (see Quickstart Network Guide).
Troubleshooting
Protools sends an empty preset to a newly opened plugin.

Right-click on the plug-in interface and check "Ignore empty presets" to fix this.

Order

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