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Kramer Master Tape from Waves is a plug-in that models the audio characteristics of a vintage 1/4" reel-to-reel tape machine. The plug-in provides the usual controls found on tape machines, such as adjustable tape speed, bias, and flux, in addition to control over things that were at one time considered faults, like wow & flutter, and noise. These are now considered desirable characteristics that can add an organic feel to otherwise lifeless digital audio.
Furthermore, the plug-in also includes what was once an unintended consequence of using tape, namely a flexible slap and feedback delay, ideal for rock, dance, dub, or any other audio application. For recording, mixing, mastering, and more, the plug-in delivers the richness and warmth of real tape saturation to any DAW.
Modeled on a rare vintage 1/4" reel-to-reel machine
Adjustable tape speed, bias, flux, wow & flutter
Slap and feedback delay
Up to 24-bit/192kHz resolution
Mono and stereo components
Speed - selects the simulated tape speed
Monitor - selects the monitoring mode
Bias - controls the level of the ultrasonic bias signal
VU Meter - displays input or output level
VU Calibration - controls the VU meter headroom calibration
Delay Time - controls the time of the tape delay effect, with settings for 7.5 ips (266mS) and 15 ips (133mS)
Delay Type - toggles between delay modes
Feedback - controls the amount of the delayed output signal
Lowpass - controls the LP cutoff frequency on the delay path
Record Level - controls the input level
Link I/O - links Record and Playback Levels controls
Playback Level - controls the total signal output level
Flux - controls the level of simulated magnetic radiation emitted from the record head
Noise - controls the level of added modeled noise but not noise modulations and signal additive noise