Audiority has announced version 1.1 of its PlexiTape plugin, a faithful analog modeled simulation of tje iconic Maestro Echoplex EP-3 tape echo that made the sound of the ’70s.
The update features delay ducking, machine age, tape erase and more.
We put special care on modelling this unit on every aspect: motor, tape, FET preamplifier, heads and even the infamous “Sound On Sound”. SOS allows you to use bypass the echo and therefore use the tape as a looping recorder. Furthermore, we expanded it with new features including a full stereo double delay line, tempo sync and more.
Changes in PlexiTape v1.1
- New: Delay Ducking.
- New: Machine Age.
- New: Tape Erase.
- New: Notifications System.
- Fixed: Screaming feedback when HQ is enabled at high sample rates.
- Fixed: Parameter locking now works for global parameters.
- Fixed: Plugin window size not stored in DAW session.
PlexiTape is available from Plugin Boutique at a 20% discount, priced at 52 USD/EUR until October 6th. It normally costs 65 USD/EUR. The plugin supports VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats.
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