U-he – Satin v1.0 (VST) [WIN x86 x64]


Year / Release Date: 12/04/2013
Version: 1.0
Developer: u-he
Developer site: www.u-he.com/cms/satin
Format: VST
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: Cured
System requirements: VST-Host


Description: Satin Virtual Tape Simulator, VST plugin. Advantages: internal processing is performed at 8 times oversampling, up to 384khz. Everything you expect from a tape recorder on-site: saturation, transient smearing, compression, modulation, etc. Classic noise reduction modes (Dolby A-Type / B-Type), which are not yet available in any of the emulations. The famous A-Type Vocal Trick is now possible. Fully controllable tape recorder speed: from 7.5ips to 30ips. Depending on it, the dynamic and frequency response of the model, as well as accompanying artifacts, change.
Add. information:
We took a journey back to the Golden Age of magnetic tape recording. We wanted to recreate all kinds of tape machines in software, from the ground up. After many months spent on research, measurement and on developing an architecture that would be flexible enough for the job, we knew we had nailed it …
But we couldn’t stop there: We added the old noise-reduction systems that were often (mis) used for timbral compression effects. Then more heads and a global feedback path, which made an uber-tape-delay and realistic ‘one-shot’ tape flanging possible.
Users familiar with analogue recording gear should instantly feel at home with Satin, and digital afficionados will also learn to love the magic of tape – Satin invites you to explore and find out for yourself.

Features :
mix-and-match emulation spans all major historical developments in tape technology
control multiple instances from one panel – ‘glue’ multiple tracks together
high-quality: internal sample rate up to 384kHz, continuous tape speed control
all the ‘goodness’ of tape (saturation, transient-smoothing, HF compression etc.)
full control over the ‘badness’ (head-bump, wow & flutter, asperity noise, hiss etc.)
record / repro EQ standards (separately selectable), classic NR compander standards
extra FX modes: through-zero tape flanging, host-synchronizable 4-tap stereo delay.


 

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