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Write a user review Ask for a user review. The Drawmer M is a digital, multi-effects dynamic processor that's designed for use in the studio. It's a somewhat older piece of gear that falls somewhere in between the digital and analog ages. It also has MIDI connections for input, output, and thru. This isn't something that we have in our main room, rather it's in one of the smaller producer's suites and frankly doesn't see all that much action. It is rack mountable and will only take up a single rack space.

I've only used it basically, but you can get pretty in depth with it if you so choose, as you've got the option of running seven processors at once.

It has a series of buttons for pulling up a variety of parameters on the screen, as well as saving your own presets and using the built in ones. It's not the easiest dynamic processor that I've ever used, and definitely takes some time to get used to. I don't use it enough to warrant learning it inside and out, but if you wanted to, the manual would definitely be a good idea.

The types of dynamic processing found on the M includes traditional compressor, limiting, de-essing, a gate, and an expander. As you can see, it's got the full range of dynamic processing, all with their own parameters and presets and all that. It's awesome that you can also save your own sounds here, as it makes it really easy to recall certain types of compression for different applications.

Don't get me wrong, the Drawmer M is a very nice and versatile dynamic processor, but in the DAW age, it's really not necessary to have a digital dynamic processing outboard gear Did you find this review helpful? Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services.

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Drawmer M500 Dynamics Processor

The DRAWMER M is a multifunction signal processor capable of performing the majority of dynamic signal processing tasks required by the professional audio industry. It can simulate the function of compressors, limiters, expanders, gates and has the facility for de-essing, autopanning and fading. Also available are two filter sections which may be assigned either to the de-esser, gate or split-band compressor programmes. The gate can record real sounds and store up to 16 of these in memory, and then use these to modify the envelopes of other sounds. Inputs 2x FXLR, 2 independant channels. Controls The M is software driven, and depending on the effect selected the rotary knob, the screen select buttons and the keypad will control all the functions required.


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