Slate Digital has released Virtual Tape Machines

June 30, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Slate Digital has released Virtual Tape Machines tape emulation plug-in. It is designed to add the big, fat, warm, deep, rich, sound of Analog Tape Machines to DAW mixes.

To capture the sound of tape is to capture a living, breathing sound that dynamically reacts to the music going on to it. Slate Digital has utilized their electrical engineering resources as a foundation for a comprehensive study of the physical processes that occur when recording to analog tape through a tape machine.

Two industry-standard machines were precisely modeled including a 2 inch 16 track from NRG Recording, and a ½ inch 2 track machine from Howie Weinberg Mastering. The VTM is designed to give mixes an authentic analog vibe with dimension, fatness, depth, and warmth.

Features:

  • Two tape machine types:
  • 2″ 16 track.
  • 1/2″ mastering deck.
  • Two tape formulations.
  • Two speeds: 15 ips and 30 ips.
  • Noise reduction control and auto mute.
  • Wow & Flutter control.
  • Bass alignment control.
  • Normal, Low & High Bias settings.
  • Level Calibration.
  • VU ballistics.
  • Grouping control.
  • Settings global or per channel.
  • Tape reels start and stop in sync with DAW transport.

Price: $249 ($199 with customer loyalty voucher).

Formats: 32- / 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X; VST, AU and RTAS.

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