Features - Very low-latency processing only 4 samples delay as a result of analog design - Support of all sampling rates from 44. Plus - and this is just ridiculous - you also get the ReelBus Tape Sim plug also. I wouldn't even use more than one or two of the Device Models I mentioned above in a single mix or project because I dislike the cumulative effect that much. Very detailed, all in all! In fact, running a sound through the time machine what they call a vintage sampler emulation tool. It is especially suitable for bus processing including the master bus to subtly sweeten and enhance the sound. Makes up for the absence of an output level control and makes the plugin much easier to use and experiment with. Of course, it's not just vocals that may need 'de-harshing' - the human ear is particularly sensitive to all high-mid frequencies around 4-11kHz, so any signal with an excess in these areas will sound piercing, clash with other mix elements, and potentially cause ear damage when the resulting track is played over loud sound systems.
I recently tried out the voxengo analogflux suite. Just tried the tape stop feature. I didn't try the presets. This guy could jack up the price five-fold and they'd still be a total no-brainer!!! The plug-in is available for Windows and Mac systems. A great addition, if it's new. Here is my take on it.
I'll have to check out there other stuff if it's as good as you say. I've not heard of this company before. That aside, it's good on certain things for sure. Waves J37 This is more like a tape distortion machine. It is a bit reducer bandwidth reducer.
It's not the best tape emulation on the market that I've heard it is for the price though and could use a little bit more versatility but it's a great bargain and does sound pretty good, which was a surprise. It is a bit reducer bandwidth reducer. Quite simply, Cakewalk should license this guy and use his suite for X2. I recommend you try it. It probably won't replace what I've been using but at this price it was an obvious purchase, even if for occasional use.
I will have to look into that. . Other notable features brought by ReelBus 4 are sample rates up to 384kHz, processing up to 16 channels of Ambisonics and Dolby Atmos audio, and infinite internal headroom which is supposed to deal away with clipping and noise issues. Where is metatron when you need him. It first uses a sibilance detector to automatically determine which frequency components are noise-like, and excessive in terms of level; this is followed by a matched filter that will only attenuate those frequencies that were identified as being excessively sibilant - in contrast to conventional de-essers which attenuate a whole band, and typically do not discriminate between noise-like and other components.
Subtle saturation adds some nice creamy quality to the sound. Here is more info on 2. More information is provided in the link below. It is especially suitable for bus processing including the master bus to subtly sweeten and enhance the sound. Seams like I just upgraded.
I don't remember seeing it before. Someone personally recommended that I check this one out. Others may have liked it. The times I've used it I prefer it on auxes for subgroups or across the whole mix. I then went about actually using it like I would most other similar products, to test it further. Tim carl All plugins version update 2.
And quite the update, too: ReelBus 4 comes with improved tape simulation algorithms and new creative effects, such as Wear, which simulates tape damage to different degrees. I love Real Bus, however and it has really become a staple in my chain. Too much effect for my taste. Tape saturation models from previous verions of ReelBus and Ferox are included, while the echo, flanger and tape-stop simulations are all new. No, it's not a new feature. I'm yet to download the demo so I'm hoping it works ok on my comp.
Let's get social: - Twitter: - SoundCloud: - Blog: - Facebook: - Google+:. Other Toneboosters plugins include , an analogue-modelled reel-to-reel tape machine; , a vocal transformation tool; and , a transparent dynamics processor. Look out for their power-packed and bundles, too - head to their for more info. Tape speed can be changed continuously between 3. I didn't personally like it's cumulative effect when applied to multiple audio channels as a direct insert.
We asked Toneboosters' Jeroen Breebaart how the plugin works. The demo mode works fully featured but. Due to major improvements in the way plugin parameters are mapped to host automation lanes and external controllers, updating the plugins on existing projects using plugins with versions prior to v3. You get dedicated controls for tape saturation, hysteresis, compression and spectral effects, while accurate wow-and-flutter, tape wear, hiss and asperity simulations are also promised. Over-exaggerated and hard to control emulation.