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Tape Pro is a multi-fx tape audio plugin and app that introduces warmth, frequency shaping, modulation, noise and delay. Whether you want to accurately replicate a microcassette tape running at 1.2cm/s, or you want to drive a mastering grade tape machine with strange distortion shapes into a high feedback delay engine, Tape Pro is the plugin for the job.
Worlds of Saturation
The saturation module is the first part of the signal chain within Tape Pro. It's very flexible as it isn't restricted to the traditional sound of tape and can be used to tune into your desired distortion sound.
The module has 5 user parameters: Type, Drive, Asymetry, Hysteresis and Remanence.
The types of saturation on offer are:
The response module within Tape Pro models the dynamic frequency response of tape. This can bring warmth, presence, or even jarring qualities to your audio - this is entirely subjective of course.
The module has 3 user parameters: Type, Low Pass and High Loss.
Tape Pro includes the following impulse responses:
Tape Pro also includes Minimum Phase (MP) versions of the IRs listed (not including the copi-delay versions).
If you are using Tape Pro in parallel, on a bus or on a send, we recommend that a minimum phase IR is used. (For more information on this please see the explanation in the manual).
The Noise module applies real, sampled tape noises to the signal chain.
The module has 4 user parameters: Type, Pre/Post Delay, Gain and Crosstalk.
The noise types included are the same as listed above in the response module.
The Wow and Flutter module emulates the natural irregularities in the physical medium of tape. Wow recreates the low speed fluctuations of tape speed, while Flutter recreates the high speed fluctuations. The modules have 10 parameters in total.
Wow: Depth, Rate, Mod, Mod Rate and Sync x2.
Flutter: Depth, Rate, Mod and Mod Rate.
The Delay module is an emulation of an analogue tape delay machine.
The module has 11 user parameters: Dry, Wet, Time L, Time R, Feedback L, Feedback R, Portamento, Enable, Initial, Sync and Link.