Audiority PlexiTape 1.1 is a free update that includes new features (delay ducking, machine age, tape erase), several good improvements and bugfixes.
Audiority has today updated PlexiTape vintage tape echo plugin to v1.1. The new version adds a new delay ducking function, machine age and tape erase. With the new Machine Age function, you can change the character and makes the plugin more versatile. Technically, it controls the brightness and precision of the tape machine. At 100% it becomes cleaner and more stable.
The update includes also several improvements and bugfixes. Check out my full review of PlexiTape v1.0.
PlexiTape is a faithful analog modeled simulation of a vintage tape echo that made THE SOUND of the ’70s for its tone and reliability. Audiority put special care on modelling this unit on every aspect: motor, tape, FET preamplifier, heads and even the infamous “Sound On Sound”. SOS allows you to use bypass the echo and therefore use the tape as a looping recorder. Furthermore, Audiority expanded it with new features including a full stereo double delay line, tempo sync and more.
New In PlexiTape 1.1
- New: Delay Ducking.
- New: Machine Age.
- New: Tape Erase.
- New: Notifications System.
- Fixed: Screaming feedback when HQ is enabled at high sample rates.
- Fixed: Parameter locking now works for global parameters.
- Fixed: Plugin window size not stored in DAW session.
Audiority PlexiTape 1.1 is available now as a free update. PlexiTape is available now with a 19% OFF discount, priced at $52 USD/€ until October 6th (regular $65 USD/€).
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