IK Multimedia TASCAM Tape Collection License Code

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Product information - IK Multimedia TASCAM Tape Collection (License Code)

High quality recorder emulations with unique hardware sound

Overview

  • hardware emulation of popular TASCAM tape recorders in software format
  • includes 4 modules: TEAC A-6100 MKII, A-3340C, Tascam 388 and Porta One
  • can be used as stand-alone plug-ins or within the T-RackS effect chain
  • 64-bit native support
  • 32-bit 192 kHz support
  • T-RackS Custom shop integration

Note: This product is delivered as license code. No box, no data carrier or similar. Please inform yourself BEFORE buying about the registration / download / compatibility of your system / etc. on the manufacturer's website. Software is excluded from exchange.

IK Multimedia brings the popular sonic warmth of tape recorder classics directly to your studio as software emulation with the TASCAM Tape Collection! Benefit from the rich and lush sound of these devices as many bands and artists have done before and enhance any project with just a few clicks. Four iconic devices have been faithfully emulated and brought to life thanks to IK's special modeling engine: the TEAC A-6100 MKII, A-3340C, Tascam 388 and Porta One! These popular models have been completely restored to provide the best possible sound for modeling. The DSP engineering team has analyzed and digitally recreated every major component, so you can plug a near-exact copy into your DAW.

Always wanted that special Vintage vibe in your recordings? IK Multimedia's TASCAM Tape Collection is the answer!



TEAC A-6100 MKII

The A-100 MII mastering recorder is still an impressive piece of equipment, not only because of its incredible sound, but also because of its robust construction. The sound can also be fine-tuned with the Record and Playback EQ settings, allowing you to take more control over the audio material. If you need warmth and color on the master bus, you've come to the right place.

TEAC A-3340S

This 4-track tape recorder was the reason why The Doobie Brothers got a record deal with their demo tapes. Also greats like Brian Eno and others use the A-3340S until today!

TASCAM 388

This classic became a popular recording device for many audio engineers and artists as it is a cross between a tape machine and a mixing console. Kelly Stoltz made the machine popular again in 2001 when the recordings helped him create hit songs and the sound went viral. The machine has been popular ever since and still holds its magical status in the audio industry today.

TASCAM Porta One

Both today and in the past, the Porta One scores with its sonic versatility. Modern productions rely on its lo-fi sound, and it is even used for live performances. With its "standard" settings, however, you get a very warm and clear sound that can be used pretty much anywhere.

Depending on which of the TASCAM tape machines you use, you can choose from four different tape formulations - all with a unique tone. The only exception is the Tascam Porta One, which offers two tape types: Type I and Type II.

  • 35: Modeled after the BASF LPR35, this is the formula that TASCAM recommends for an optimal balance between warmth and precision on the TASCAM 388.
  • 911: Modeled after the BASF SM911, this is the formula TASCAM recommends for optimum balance between warmth and precision on the TEAC A-6100 MKII and TEAC A-3340S.
  • 456: This model was modeled after the Ampex 456 and went into production in 1974. It is perhaps the most widely used tape and has contributed the most to what is considered "the" tape sound. It offers a warm, round tone with a slight hint of saturation that responds strongly to recording level.
  • GP9: Modeled after the Quantegy GP9, this tape accepts higher signal levels with minimal distortion and compression. It is very punchy and perfect for modern, high quality analog recording.
  • 499: Modeled after the Ampex 499 formula, this tape is designed to handle a large amount of level with minimal distortion and compression. It also features added high frequency definition, making it perfect for printing "digital-like" recordings while maintaining the analog sound.



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