I noticed there are more Tape modes now. I couldn't find any description in the manual. Would you care to explain what they do/what they are based on?
Tape1, Tape1B, Tape1C, Tape2, Tape2B, Tape2C, Tape3
So which machine is 1/2/3?
and what is the difference between a,b,&c?
A/B/C - the same machine, but sampled at different settings.
Unfortunately, I generally do not disclose real device names as this may be perceived as bad marketing and may infringe trademark use.
Tape 1 was a 2" 15ips model which used X type processing on the output
Tape 2 was a 1" 30ips model which was recorded at a high gain
Tape 3 was a 2" 30 ips model which had Y processing on the output
and so on...personally I seem to gravitate to Tape 3 for some reason but that's just me..I wish I knew why! ;)
BTW, great plugs...I bought the Analog Flux Suite because of the amazing usefulness of your free plugs that I had been using. The Boogex amp is a pro quality unit...I compared a bunch a few weeks ago and posted a quasi-review on the CW SONAR forum. The ability to use convolution sims is the real kicker. I've been using the Boogex with some Marshall and Ampeg impulses from the Acoustic Mirror Impulses I have...combined with your impulses I have an amazing assortment to choose from! ThanX again. The AnalogFlux suite is awesome also...Tapebus goes on almost every bus on my projects now. Now I just have to figure out which combo is my next purchase... ;)
Aleksey said in an old thread:
Tape1 is close to Studer B67.
Tape2 is close to Studer A80RC.
Tape3 is close to some 'boombox' tape deck.
So there you go! You like the boombox tape deck!
Don't know if this is still what Tape 1/2/3 is though.
Any...you say you use Acoustic Mirror impulses. Do you mean you made your own? I can't find any Marshall or Ampeg impulses and if I could, aren't they in .sfi (Sonic Foundry) format only?
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