I just ran this over several final mixes and was really impressed.
Very subtle on dynamics and saturation controls. Excellent limiting.
Tape Dynamics Simulator
Getting the most out of it:
Please read the following chapters to get the most out of this device. Learn how to
efficiently set the three main parameters:
â— obtain some effective tips on getting the most out of the presets
â— understand the basic workflow of this device
â— learn how to efficiently level the three main parameters
â— take advantage of the RECOVERY and sidechain options in the DYNAMICS
2.1. Quick reference
DYNAMICS â€“ increases audio compression type effects
SATURATION â€“ increases saturation type effects such as harmonic additions
LIMITER â€“ controls the overall peak performance
RECOVERY â€“ controls the recovery time of the dynamic processor
TRIM â€“ adjusts the outgoing audio level
SC OFF / 250Hz â€“ this â€œsmall screwâ€ controls the dynamic processor’s response to low frequency material
Thanks Poppa, I’ll be sure to try this one out.
Hi Poppa Willis:
I had a post going as a reply to this thread…
I don’t know where it went…
However, Is this plug something like the Maxx X DX plug that someone up here designed ? I am unable to remember his name… What a great plug it is… Then someone re-wrote it in VST format…
If I remember, it had a simulator and level control on the plug…
Was it back in the late v2 and v3 days ?
I’ve got a copy of MaxX up on http://downloads.phootoons.com/index.html
I believe you created a workaround to install it on XP…
There was-and-is some clever guys around this Board…
I hope they’re all still with us and healthy-and-all…
By the way…
Is any one up-and-around the audio that you’ve heard that has moved into Windows 7 ?
If there is…
What are they saying ?
I have been using Cakewalk tape sim/VST to give some acoustic tracks some low fi flavor, but I got a feeling these one are on a different level if they are being applied to the entire mix.
Will definitely check them out!