TBPA Plugins Pack 2022.07 WiN
Team V.R | 17 July 2022 | 59.24 MB
(Win32/64; AAX*, RTAS, VST3, VST, STANDALONE)
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A faithful emulation of the classic analog buss compressor, with added features such as NUKE hyper-compression and THD®. The initial release consists of a thorough emulation of the wide and punchy stereo version and an even more versatile multi-band version which is planned to arrive in the Fall of 2022 as a FREE upgrade.
Bitwig Studio 1 was hello, world! Version 2 brought program-wide modulators and CV integration. Version 3 saw the birth of The Grid, our modular sound-design environment. And for version 4, new musical timelines have arrived. This means comping for audio clips, both in the Clip Launcher and the Arranger. A new set of Operators, for changing the chance, recurrence, and more of any note or audio event. Random Spread for any expression point (like per-note pitch, or audio panning) with perfect control. And Native Apple Silicon support on Mac, even allowing Intel and ARM plug-ins to work side-by-side. Welcome to Bitwig Studio 4...
The Tapped Delay is the recreation of a unique analog processor which delivers modulating tap delays along with sound widening effects. 6 analog bucket-brigade delays can be individually switched and panned to create custom delay patterns.
Sculptube is a processor dedicated to adding valve-produced harmonics to sounds. It creates an authentic tube coloration which goes from slightly warmed-up tones to heavy distortions.
TAPEDESK combines a Tape Machine and multiple Console models into a single plugin, to replicate the warm tones of an analog mixing workflow.
DOPAMINE is the emulation of two classic tape encoding processors, used as enhancers. It is designed to revive individual tracks as well as complex mixes while preserving their natural tone. DOPAMINE does not introduce unpleasant artefacts like the exciters do: in fact it dynamically balances the harmonics that naturally exist in the original audio rather than generating non-existent harmonics by synthesizing them.