Portable inline pre-amplifier: Defined Sound • Compression • Fast Transients • Even Harmonics

Our price:$279.00 GST
Order Code: PEPPER

2 in stock (can be backordered)

Flavours Preamps is a collection of studio-quality microphone inline analogue preamplifiers that will bring an extra dose of gain, texture and colour to your vocals and instrument recordings, along with live performances.

Tierra Audio PEPPER is: Defined Sound • Compression • Fast Transients • Even Harmonics

Pepper brings a defined sound, with a pinch of compression, slightly spicy but without getting hard distortion at the highest levels of signal, as is the case with Chilli, its big brother. Its fast response to transients and its excellent level of gain will help you get a better sound in voices of many different pitches and achieve recordings of guitars and percussion instruments with a definition that will not leave you indifferent.

The compression effect it provides is perfect for live vocals in musical styles such as rock, and heavy, and its infinite variations.

All Flavours Preamps are specially designed for safe use with dynamic and passive ribbon microphones. Phantom power will never reach the microphone. If you do want to use the Flavours Preamps with condenser microphones or with active (phantom-powered) ribbon microphones, you will have to use an external phantom power source to feed your microphone.

Output of Flavours Preamps is a boosted balanced microphone signal (output is not a line level signal). Handmade in Madrid (Spain).

PEPPER flavour:

Boosted Gain: +33 dB.
Frequency Filter: moderate compression, perfect for live performances.
Harmonic Distortion: very soft, only on very signal peaks.
Input Transformer: none.

The seven Flavours are…

Truffle, Cocoa, Mint, Chilli, Vanilla, Pepper and Salt.

Seven different flavours, each offering a very versatile sound range to help you improve the sound of your lead voices, choirs, Spanish guitars, acoustic guitars, electric guitar, bass amplifiers, and all kinds of string instruments such as violins, cellos or double basses, percussion instrument.

In short, any voice or instrument that can be picked up by a microphone.

Each of the models offers a different gain level (all boosted), as well as a possible frequency filter (more or less bass, mid and/or treble) and a certain harmonic distortion (soft or hard), or even an improved but totally neutral sound, without additives.

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