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Analog Channel from McDSP is a plug-in for Digidesign Pro Tools systems and emulates the sounds of high-end analog tape machines, analog tape, and analog channel amplifiers. With the experience of modelling analog compressors and filter circuits, both vintage and modern, McDSP has provided a solution for smoothing the digital edge that can sometimes accumulate on digital workstations as track count increases.
One section of the Analog Channel, AC1 acts as a "digital pre-amp" allowing even excessive amounts of gain without digital distortion. A drive control determines where the audio "sits" in the saturation/compression region, and even the attack and release times of the distortion character are adjustable. AC2 provides standard tape machine parameters such as bias, playback speed, and IEC1/2 equalization.
Analog Channel provides controls well beyond the limits of analog tape devices that include adjustable low frequency roll off and head bump - independent of playback speed. The user can select from several playback head types, and even control the rate at which tape saturation is dis-engaged. Modern and vintage tape formulations are available.
Note: Special pricing for registered owners of Analog Channel LE who wish to upgrade to the full Analog Channel Native version.
iLok required if one is not already on the system.
Four different configurations are available - Analog Channel emulation (mono and stereo,) and Analog Tape emulation (mono and stereo)
Analog Saturation Modeling
Instead of frequency sweeps and test tones, the playback head and tape saturation responses are displayed in realtime - updated with every control change
Requires iLok for authorization
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Due to constantly changing requirements, for comprehensive hardware specifications and system requirements, please refer to Avid's website at http://www.Avid.com