T Tape is based on a classic 1985 2 track Tape machine from Switzerland, sampled using sm468 tape. Known to for it’s clean sound and stability. One of the best tape machines from the 80’s
7.5ips and 15ips tone input(for different according tones, increasing input will darken tape sound) Print-through knob, which is a post echo, also can be pushed to unrealistic levels creating a effect Drive Minimized artifact tape sampling, no micro echo’s are audible from wow and flutter, this insures ultimate tightness. 5k harmonics All the above are in one preset
Also- no print through preset for ultra low cpu use Hiss wav files to be used if desired on a seperate track 3 JPN skins comes in 4 sample rates 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96
Includes a unique bonus saturation v1 preset.
This can be used subtly compress/limit signal. Of course it can be pushed to extremes. Recommended for mono sources.
If anyone would ever do a library with the old Ampex/Quantegy 456 formula I'd be thrilled, I miss that tape (and the smell of it too) - to me Ampex 456 @ 15ips was the 'sound of rock n roll'... (at least during certain eras) .. the newer boutique tape formulas of some which are apparently based on Ampex 456 don't seem to capture the vibe of it, also IMO missing the graininess / hiss & 'rocks' (aka: modulation noise)..
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