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Tape Simulator Plugin by u-he

Instructions for Satin when purchased from the KVR Marketplace

u-he software redeem instructions

How do I get my purchased product?

1. Thank you for purchasing u-he products.

2. Visit this URL: https://u-he.com/redeem/.

3. Paste your Registration Code into the fields on the page.

4. On the next page, enter: first name, last name, email address (standard English alphabet only, first name plus last name combined must be at least 5 characters in total).

5. An email with your Serial Number will be sent to the supplied email address.

6. Make sure you download and install the product demo from its respective product page on our website: https://u-he.com/.

7. After installing the plug-in, open it in your DAW and enter name and Serial Number as given in our email. This unlocks the full version.

8. Should you have any questions, visit our support area: https://u-he.com/support/.

9. Enjoy your u-he plugin.

The u-he team.

Comments & Discussion for u-he Satin

Discussion: Active
8 May 2014 at 1:21pm

Alchemist as multicompressor ...do I plug in u-he satin before flux alchemist or after as the final step to master the track. Thank you.

8 May 2014 at 7:49pm

It depends. If you want the 'tape' texture or signature to be printed into the audio (of course, just in subtle amounts on the master), then Satin could be the last stage.

But typically, a tape device would be before a (multi-band) compressor. This can come very handy, since tape can easily tame transients and occasional overly harsh peak sections. This way, a succeeding dynamics device doesn't have to 'work' that hard, meaning its incoming signal is already 'prepared' in some way, more even and predictable.

8 May 2014 at 8:06pm

@sasha ...interesting tip and good to know.

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