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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby tkrizic » Fri Sep 04, 2015 10:09 pm

YES, finally! Got them just now, really loving the final outcome!
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby Dimzo » Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:46 am

nice one, love that saturation preset :mrgreen:
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby trickster » Sat Sep 05, 2015 3:53 am

Loving it! Nice work Tim and thank you!
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby heihachiman » Sat Sep 05, 2015 4:15 am

purchased. good saturation!! i love it :D
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby beingmf3 » Sat Sep 05, 2015 9:23 am

Would love to hear a demo (obviously 1 demo program would be kinda dumb :)) - preferably drums (snare?) and piano. Anybody?
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Re: T tape preview

Postby mr harrison » Sat Sep 05, 2015 10:03 am

has someone else noticed a pretty big bass lift when using the atr 102 presets from cdr? even more heavy with the mm machine ...

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dacaveprods wrote:Thought CDS has an Ampex Tape Library??? Its Excellent too!!!


They do - also VST Apex Plugin / Tape Booster which are very nice indeed ....this combo brought me a lot of joy & is uncannily close to the sonics / vibe of what I remember from working with tape... the ATR 102 in Apex is a standout, it captures the tone/vibe really well of the hardware unit IMO..its surreal being able to use ATR-102 in a multitrack kind of mode in the DAW as opposed to a mixdown 2 track machine.... I believe CDS used one of the newer tape formulas in making the libraries & VST's (?)...

I would definitely be very interested whatever Tim P comes out with in the pro tape realm too - especially that AMPEX within arm's reach which I would snap up immediately, if that ever happens :-)
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Re: T tape preview

Postby beingmf3 » Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:19 pm

mr H******* wrote:has someone else noticed a pretty big bass lift when using the atr 102 presets from cdr? even more heavy with the mm machine ...

Not really - it's a nice little head bump, but nothing extreme.
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby jpn » Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:52 pm

beingmf3 wrote:Would love to hear a demo (obviously 1 demo program would be kinda dumb :)) - preferably drums (snare?) and piano. Anybody?


I've tested the tape with a lot of different instruments... and believe me ... it works very well on almost everything.
It´is very flexible in tone and in saturation
Also works great on bass,acoustic instruments,vocals....
It's great to remove the harshness and glue tracks together
All that with the magnificent "Dynamic Aura" that Tim Petherick adds to libraries :D
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby kylen » Sat Sep 05, 2015 3:24 pm

Picked this one up - nice Tim!
The input knob and Print-thru are really good sounding and fun to tweak. Will continue tweaking today even on a full mix. :)
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Re: T tape Released!!!

Postby Tim Petherick » Sat Sep 05, 2015 3:33 pm

Thanks for the comments.


On use-

There are no rules, I wanted it to be quick, easy and fun to use. Saturation was something I looked into for a while, thinking of the best way to make it work in nebula. Saturation will vary from machine to machine. So for example a j37's response is very different in the way it saturates compared to this tape machine, so there will be a different saturation for every tape I make.

The print through was something that was originally supposed to be subtle but I thought I may as well make it so it can be used as a more audible delay ;) You'll notice print through timing changes along side IPS. This was a average estimate of print through from tape loops. So when a tapes speed changes so does its print through time.

My only advice would be if you want to keep things linear, you would use low input.

EDIT-one tip I would advise is about order, use tone before saturation.
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