T-RackS 5 Complete v5.3.2 Incl Keygen (WiN and OSX)-R2R

Team R2R | 25 Apr 2020 | WiN: 1.62GB | OSX: 1.75GB
PLATFORM : WiN64 – EXE/VST/VST3/AAX
PLATFORM : MacOSX – APP/AU/VST/VST3/AAX

World-class mixing and mastering plug-ins on demand. Close your eyes and picture a store full of cool, powerful processing gear including compressors, limiters, reverbs, de-essers, multiband processors, and a shelf full of vintage, legendary gear emulations. In short, a dream store for recording musicians, engineers and producers.

It is not just a fantasy. This store is real and it’s available to you 24/7. In the T-RackS 5 Custom Shop you can browse a huge collection of IK’s high-quality processing plug-ins for mixing and mastering and purchase only the ones you want, when you want them. And the best part is, you can get started for free.

It is not just a fantasy. This store is real and it’s available to you 24/7. In the T-RackS 5 Custom Shop you can browse a huge collection of IK’s high-quality processing plug-ins for mixing and mastering and purchase only the ones you want, when you want them. And the best part is, you can get started for free.

Features
Free version of T-RackS including the Custom Shop, the Classic EQ and basic Metering functionality
Standalone workstation, plugin suite and single plugins for Audio Units, VST2, VST3 and AAX formats
Custom Shop functionality lets you purchase additional modules from inside the program
T-RackS shell allows for chaining of up to 16 processors
Standalone integration with ARC System 2.5 processing
All processors available as individual plug-ins

64-bit native support
High-fidelity oversampling for high-quality audio processing through the entire signal path
SCC™ technology coupled with IK’s unique DSM™ technology provides the most realistic software emulation of vintage gear to date
Extremely easy to use, with style-based presets, full chain visualization, one-click single module or chain bypass, “compare” function and more.

Included:

Tape Machine 440: The Ampex 440 series dates from the late 1960’s, and known to deliver an unmistakably soulful color that made this professional and historic mixing and mastering machine a legend.
Tape Machine 80: The Studer A80 Mk II, in its various revisions, was an essential part of countless influential records. Engineered and manufactured in Switzerland from 1970 to 1988, it became the de facto standard for professional high-end multi-tracking. The A80’s sonic signature is a famous blend between transparency and subtle harmonic enhancement.
Tape Machine 24: A model of the MCI JH24. First produced in 1980, the JH24 was a staple in US studios during the 1980s.
Tape Machine 99: The Revox PR99 Mk II is a stereo professional recorder produced by Studer in the 1980s. Engineered around a hybrid design that was designed to combine the best of discrete and op-amp topologies, this model offers a very smooth frequency response, especially on bass, with almost no trace of the typical “head bump” phenomenon. A standard for broadcast and classical music

Enhanced audio engine
Up to 192 kHz/32-bit floating point*
4 dithering algorithms
Equal gain option*
Signature presets from the industry’s top engineers*

What’s new

– 4 new processors available for separate purchase: Master Match, Dyna-Mu, ONE, EQual
– Resizable*, redesigned interface and plugin GUIs
– Expandable broadcast-ready metering suite*
– Floating meters option*
– Chains of up to 16 processors
– Album Assembly section with waveform editing and metadata*
– Enhanced audio engine
– Up to 192 kHz/32-bit floating point*
– 4 dithering algorithms
– Equal gain option*
– Signature presets from the industry’s top engineers*

* Features available by upgrading to T-RackS 5, T-RackS 5 Deluxe or T-RackS 5 MAX. T-RackS 5 CS supports projects up to 48kHz and features basic metering functions. Presets require specific modules which might not be part of this version of T-RackS 5. You can however download any processor for FREE and test them for 14 days before purchase.

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