La Vergne, TN (September 1, 2017)—To celebrate Labor Day 2017, Harrison has announced a temporary deep discount of its burgeoning digital audio workstation (DAW), the Mixbus 32C, incorporating the emulated circuitry of the company’s renowned Series 32 Analog Console. Now available as version 4.1 and normally priced at $299, the direct digital download of Mixbus 32C is $99 for a limited time.
Notably, Mixbus 32C v4 now offers Per-bus Panning, a feature that evokes the “dual concentric” knob design from Harrison’s MR-Series consoles; it allows users to pan Mixbus sends separately from the master bus panner. This technique can be utilized, for example, to pan reverb sends opposite of dry signal to create a wider stereo effect.
Compared to the standard Mixbus DAW, the 32C version provides users with more equalization options. It provides an “exact emulation” of the Harrison channel strip and its parametric four-band sweepable EQ and shelving/peaking-switchable HF and LF bands; a separately switchable filter section with second-order HPF and LPF; and more bus sends via a dozen send knobs. A full feature list can be viewed at the link listed below.
Importantly, Mixbus 32C provides near-ubiquitous operation, running on industry-standard audio I/O support via ASIO/Directsound for Windows OS, CoreAudio on Mac OS X, and JACK on Linux OS. Mixbus 32C will load VST plug-ins on Windows OS, AudioUnit (AU) plug-ins on Mac OS X, and LV2 plug-ins on all platforms.
Meanwhile, Mixbus’s OSC (Open Source Control) protocol supports Ethernet-based wireless tablet controllers such as TouchOSC and Lemur for iOS and Android for remote control options.
Harrison Audio LLC