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Slate Digital VTM
Slate Digital VTM
 
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Slate Digital VTM Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In w/ iLok 2 (Boxed)

The Slate Digital Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In w/ iLok 2, painstakingly authentic emulations of two different tape machines, with an included iLok 2 for free!

Slate Digital Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In Details

The second plug-in in the Virtual Analog Series, the Slate Digital Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In authentically captures the sound of two classic tape decks including a 2 inch 16 track deck from NRG RECORDING, as well as the 1/2" 2 track mastering deck used by mastering engineer Howie Weinberg. The Slate Digital development team led by algorithm engineer Fabrice Gabriel spent over a year researching the exact science of how tape machines create their classic sound, and every nuance is recreated with advanced digital modeling techniques. Using the VTM, your tracks and mixes will instantly take on the classic warm, rich, fat, deep sound of analog recordings. This boxed version of VTM includes a free iLok 2!

Digital recording is now the standard for professional music production. But many engineers and musicians long for the days of analog recording, and for good reason. Analog Tape Machines have a SOUND. Big, fat, warm, deep, rich, and exciting are just some of the terms used to describe what recording onto a piece of magnetic tape sounds like. Most of all, tape is more musical.

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 Chief Technology Officer Fabrice Gabriel utilized his electrical engineering degree as a foundation for his comprehensive study of the physical processes that occur when recording to analog tape through a tape machine. What began with science led to Fabrice??s discovery of the seemingly magical properties of tape and inspired him to create his most advanced, dynamic algorithms yet. Two industry-standard machines were precisely modeled. What followed was a year of critical listening and algorithm tweaking, with some help from the expert ears of Slate Digital CEO, Steven Slate.

The result is the Virtual Tape Machines plugin. With models of both a 2 inch 16 track from NRG Recording, and a ½ inch 2 track machine from Howie Weinberg Mastering, the VTM will give your mixes an absolutely authentic analog vibe that will take your mixes to the next level. With added dimension, fatness, depth, and warmth, you??ll wonder how you ever mixed without it!

Slate Digital Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In Features

  • Most advanced, dynamic, true-to-life analog tape emulation ever achieved
  • 2 tape machines, 2 inch 16 track deck, 1/2" 2 track mastering deck
  • VTM is a dynamic, interactive, living, breathing replication of tape recording. No static modeling.
  • 2 tape speeds, 30ips and 15ips
  • 2 tape types/formulations, classic FG456 and modern FG-9
  • Input, Output, Bias controls (3 Bias settings - Normal, Low & High Bias)
  • Constant gain I/O, grouping (slave instances to one plugin)
  • Noise reduction control and auto mute
  • Wow & Flutter control
  • Bass alignment control
  • Level Calibration
  • VU ballistics
  • Grouping control
  • Settings global or per channel
  • Tape reels start and stop in sync with DAW transport
  • Includes iLok 2

Slate Digital Virtual Tape Machines Plug-In System Requirements

  • PC
    • Dual Core Intel or AMD Processor
    • At Least 4 GB RAM
    • Windows 7 (32/64 Bit)
    • RTAS, VST
    • iLok2 Required (Included)
  • Mac
    • Dual Core Intel Processor
    • At Least 4 GB of RAM
    • Mac OS X 10.6 or later
    • AU, RTAS, VST
    • iLok2 Required (Included)

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Virtual Tape Rocks May 3, 2013
Reviewer: michael lytle from New York, NY United States  
I'm very happy with this product. As an older musician, used to working in analogue studios in by gone days, it's a great relief not to have to be so wary of digital distortion all the time, and just let the vu meters saturate some in the red without getting a heart attack. And of course, the sound is much sweeter.

For me, it's made mixing more fun - again.


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