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T-RackS: What would you like to see?

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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby ben01930 » Fri May 20, 2016 11:36 pm

Saturator X was a cool addition. Personally I'd like to see expansion of the multiband series (saturation, and transient designer :P )
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby sbn » Fri Jun 17, 2016 4:29 pm

I love everything about T Racks. I got all modules. There only 3 things that I really want there. I really hope to see it some day in update. It's not so difficult but so useful things

1) add function in options of stand alone: free space in beginning of tracks. Many times clients send me tracks that start exactly from first bar. In this case I need move myself to DAW and make there mastering, cuz compression eat first beat after exporting.

2) move modules position in T-Racks

3) it's not so critical if you will not do it but it's sure be great if you will. Resize GUI option of T Racks . Again it's not so critical

I really hope some days to add these small things in program. Personally I really love work in stand alone. I got everything there.
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby jgsirac » Sat Aug 06, 2016 5:44 pm

Maybe (if I'm not venturing into forbiden zone) the compatibility with Soungrid systems? It would be awesome to offload the heavy processing to an external DSP with no latency, and maybe even more so to use T-Racks in live situation ...

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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby n2mpujack » Sat Aug 06, 2016 8:02 pm

jgsirac wrote:Maybe (if I'm not venturing into forbiden zone) the compatibility with Soungrid systems? It would be awesome to offload the heavy processing to an external DSP with no latency, and maybe even more so to use T-Racks in live situation ...

JG

Waves doesn't allow anybody development access to their system other than themselves. I sincerely doubt they would license IK to do plugins for them. But really there's nothing IK does that requires dsp; not even IK's reverbs are that cpu intensive.
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby smata65 » Sat Aug 06, 2016 8:17 pm

n2mpujack wrote:
jgsirac wrote:Maybe (if I'm not venturing into forbiden zone) the compatibility with Soungrid systems? It would be awesome to offload the heavy processing to an external DSP with no latency, and maybe even more so to use T-Racks in live situation ...

JG

Waves doesn't allow anybody development access to their system other than themselves. I sincerely doubt they would license IK to do plugins for them. But really there's nothing IK does that requires dsp; not even IK's reverbs are that cpu intensive.


While I agree that most IKM's plugins do not require a lot of processing power, Soundgrid is not a closed system, so it would be feasible to develop soundgrid versions of IKM's plugins.

From waves site "The soundgrid infrastructure is open to third-party hardware and software developers alike". Also, at least FLUX and Plugin Alliance have already soundgrid versions of their plugins

I don't own a soundgrid system, but when the time comes to change my trusty old E-MU and M- Audio interfaces, soundgrid will certainly be considered as an option
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby n2mpujack » Sat Aug 06, 2016 8:22 pm

smata65 wrote:
n2mpujack wrote:
jgsirac wrote:Maybe (if I'm not venturing into forbiden zone) the compatibility with Soungrid systems? It would be awesome to offload the heavy processing to an external DSP with no latency, and maybe even more so to use T-Racks in live situation ...

JG

Waves doesn't allow anybody development access to their system other than themselves. I sincerely doubt they would license IK to do plugins for them. But really there's nothing IK does that requires dsp; not even IK's reverbs are that cpu intensive.


While I agree that most IKM's plugins do not require a lot of processing power, Soundgrid is not a closed system, so it would be feasible to develop soundgrid versions of IKM's plugins.

From waves site "The soundgrid infrastructure is open to third-party hardware and software developers alike". Also, at least FLUX and Plugin Alliance have already soundgrid versions of their plugins

I don't own a soundgrid system, but when the time comes to change my trusty old E-MU and M- Audio interfaces, soundgrid will certainly be considered as an option

I stand corrected. Thing is though for me I've been burned by dsp processing h/w in the past. TC Electronic dropping their Powercore line (got one), Avid with the 11 Rack is the other. It's why I don't buy into the UAD ecosystem either.
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby sbn » Sun Dec 04, 2016 5:51 pm

One thing I really miss in T-Racks standalone version is muted 0.5/7 sec option. In case if you got mixdown started from first bar and no extra empty space. Just after exporting its fade in first attack sound.

I hope there will be some option in the future.
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby kj.metissage » Wed Dec 07, 2016 4:35 pm

Still wishing for tape machines. One for tracks (mixing), and the other for mastering.

Yeah, like Studer and Ampex gear.
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby synthguy99 » Mon Jan 02, 2017 8:30 pm

First post, long time user.

Being late to the party, this might have been requested, but

Neve channel strip
API channel strip
Intelligent multiband compressor/limiter
Lexicon 224/480 by any chance?
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Re: T-RackS: What would you like to see?

Postby smata65 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:48 pm

synthguy99 wrote:First post, long time user.

Being late to the party, this might have been requested, but

Neve channel strip
API channel strip
Intelligent multiband compressor/limiter
Lexicon 224/480 by any chance?


The EQ 73 and EQ 81 are emulations of Neve EQ + preamp modules. The precision comp. lim. is an emulation of the Neve 33609 compressor.

The EQ PA, PB and PG are emulations of API EQs + preamp modules. No API 2500 comp. emulation yet
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