Slate Digital Bows VTM Plug-in

Slate Digital has released its Virtual Tape Machines audio plug-in that aims to replicate the sound of two classic tape decks—a 2-inch, 16-track from NRG Recording Studios, and a half-inch, 2-track from Howie Weinberg Mastering.
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Los Angeles, CA (July 6, 2012)—Slate Digital has released its Virtual Tape Machines audio plug-in that aims to replicate the sound of two classic tape decks—a 2-inch, 16-track from NRG Recording Studios, and a half-inch, 2-track from Howie Weinberg Mastering.

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The VTM comes in RTAS, VST, AU, and AAX formats, and provides control over numerous aspects of the tape machines such as speed, tape formula, noise and bias. Multiple VTMs can also be grouped together so that all instances can be slaved to the controls of one instance.

The VTM is available now (AAX version due in Q4, 2012) and requires an ilok2 protection device to work, and can be demoed at Slate Digital’s Website.

Slate Digital
www.slatedigital.com