IK Multimedia TEAC A-6100 MKII License Code

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Product information - IK Multimedia TEAC A-6100 MKII (License Code)

Emulation of the A-6100MKII recorder classic in software format


  • Emulation of the TEAC A-6100 MKII
  • elaborate and detailed modeling in cooperation with TEAC
  • can be used as a plug-in or in standalone mode
  • impressively accurate reproduction of classic hardware thanks to IK's DSM and SCC modeling technologies
  • full latency compensation support
  • works with sampling rates up to 192 kHz

Note: This product is delivered as license code. No product box, no data carrier or similar. Please check compatibility / registration / download etc. on the manufacturer's site BEFORE purchasing. Software is excluded from exchange.

System requirements

Mac (64-bit)

  • Minimum: Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended), macOS 10.10 or higher
  • supported plugin formats (64-bit): Audio Units, VST 2, VST 3, AAX

Windows (64-bit)

  • Minimum: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 x2, 4GB RAM (8GB recommended), Windows 7, 8 or 10.
  • an ASIO-compatible sound card is required
  • supported plugin formats (64-bit): VST 2, VST 3, AAX

The IK Multimedia TEAC A-6100 MKII emulation brings the unique sound of one of the first tape machines directly and on a digital level into your studio. The software solution can be used both in standalone mode and as a plug-in in your favorite DAW, allowing you to create your very own workflow. The intuitive operation quickly leads to impressive results that give your overall sound a very special character.

The analogue mastering recorder's rugged design and superior sound have made it a popular choice, so it's even better that you can now easily incorporate its sonic features into your projects in software format and save big.

Pay only a fraction of the hardware price and still benefit from the warmth and timbre of this unique device.

The sound and the agony of choice

The software also lets you choose between four different "Band Formulas" that affect the sound.

  • 911: This formula is modeled after the BASF SM911 and is recommended by TASCAM for an optimal 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 around 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.

The power of T-RackS

Like all of IK's T-RackS plug-ins, the Porta One plug-in can be used as a standalone app or within T-RackS 5. The latter allows you to combine it with other effects to mix and master even faster - so it's perfect for creating your very own workflow with your favourite tools. It's a unique modular system that can connect up to 16 processors in series or parallel. And it does so at up to 192 kHz/32-bit floating point.

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