Greetings Aleksey... love your software...
Here's something I'm not sure about. When I switch TapeBus into Tape Bypass mode, what exactly is disabled? From your description:
The TapeBus plug-in recreates characteristic elements of the reel-to-reel tape sound. This includes saturation, modulation noise and smearing effects which are known for the 'analog' feel they bring to any audio recording. This plug-in also applies a selected impulse response taken by us from the existing tape machine.
In Tape Bypass mode, is only the last feature disabled (convolution with a tape machine impulse)?
Obviously, the saturation stage is still happening, because I can hear it and see the effects on the waveform. But are the modulation noise and phase smearing effects still present?
And a related question... does the Insert plugin do something unique? I've always assumed TapeBus did the same stuff as the Insert plugin, in addition to a few more thing.... but maybe I'm wrong. Should I be using Insert and TapeBus together for best effect?
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