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Harrison Consoles Mixbus 4

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  • Fabricant : Harrison Consoles
  • Modèle : Mixbus 4
  • Catégorie : Séquenceur généraliste
  • Fiche créée le : 20/01/2017
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  • Straightforward “knob per function” mixer layout based on Harrison's renowned music consoles
  • Precise emulation based on Harrison's famous analog console circuit designs
  • Precision algorithms for EQ, Filter, Compression, Analog Tape Saturation, and Summing
  • The Mixbus engine is internally dithered, ramped, and gain staged so that sound quality is preserved as close to analog as possible
  • Unlimited stereo or mono input channels, each with unlimited plug-ins, sends, and hardware inserts. (limited only by CPU and disc speed)
  • Unlimited MIDI tracks, each with virtual instrument support, unlimited plug-ins, sends and inserts
  • Polarity, Input trim, High-pass Filter, Sweepable 3-band EQ, Compression, and 8 Mix Bus sends on every track
  • Stereo Master Bus that features Tone controls, Analog Tape Saturation, K-meter, Stereo Correlation Meter, and Limiter
  • Automatic plug-in delay compensation to support effects such as parallel compression without time misalignment
  • Comprehensive "at-a-glance" metering with peak, peak hold, and compressor gain reduction visible on every track and bus
  • Extensive DAW editing features including “Smart Tool”, Ripple Edit, and configurable keybindings for nearly every operation
  • Industry standard plug-in support: Mixbus loads AudioUnit (AU) plug-ins on OSX; and both VST and LV2 plug-ins on all platforms
  • Industry standard audio I/O support: Mixbus uses ASIO/Directsound on Windows, CoreAudio on OSX, and ALSA/JACK on Linux
  • Mixbus provides professional features such as Loudness Analysis (dBTP+LUFS+LU Range), LTC (SMPTE) generation and sync; video pullup/pulldown
  • Persistent undo (undo remains possible after closing and reopening a session)
  • Multi-core, 32-bit, and 64-bit optimizations provide increased track counts across all OS platforms
  • Fourth-generation Harrison "True Analog Mixing™" processing engine with enhanced compressor/limiter algorithms; built-in sidechain bussing, and increased plug-in flexibility
  • Over 25 ‘MIDI filter’ plug-ins including functions such as transposing, velocity scaling, etc
  • Support for video timeline, video window, and audio+video exports
  • Includes a brand-new virtual instrument: “SetBfree”, a lovingly modeled Tonewheel Organ by Robin Gareus plus Harrison's Dyno-Mite envelope-designer plug-in for drums
  • Recording operates like a tape machine: Punch-in on the fly, and use per-track input monitoring just like a multitrack tape machine
  • Extensive export features including multitrack stem export, simultaneous multi-format exports, multiple export ranges, CD track markers, silence trimming, normalization, and command-line arguments to trigger third-party encoders or file-management scripts
  • Audio regions are stacked in “layers”, and every region fadein/out is a crossfade to the region(s) beneath it
  • Plugin “pin connection management” provides rich editing of signal-flow through each channel's path, including full support for dual mono, mono-to-stereo, sidechaining, and other advanced flows
  • The user interface scales to fit your monitor; larger monitors will get bigger knobs and sharper text
  • Refined workflow and graphics, including scaling and support for HiDPI (Retina) displays
  • Incredibly cost effective because of our world-wide open source collaborators
  • Generic MIDI devices can use “MIDI Learn” to assign MIDI controls directly to on-screen knobs or use MIDI profiles to select many pre-configured device layouts from a pull-down menu
  • Mackie control protocol is provided for motorized fader controllers, and the Mackie protocols have been extended to ergonomically control the Mixbus channelstrip EQ, compressor, and 8 mixbus sends. Dedicated support is provided for popular devices like the Presonus Faderport, Mackie MCU, and Behringer X-Touch controllers
  • OSC (Open Sound Control) protocol supports ethernet-based wireless tablet controllers such as TouchOSC and Lemur for iOS and Android to remote-control Mixbus
  • Lua Scripting (new in v4!): Use the Lua scripting language to automate tasks such as track creation, renaming tracks, adding plugins, or creating "macro" operations
  • VCA Faders (new in v4!): Use VCA faders to control multiple channel faders at once. A fader can be assigned to multiple remote VCA faders, adding another powerful dimension of control and organization to your mixes
  • Tempo Ramps and Tempo Maps (new in v4!): Use advanced features to map your live recording's tempo and structure (no need to record to a click!) - or import a tempo map from MIDI
  • General-MIDI synthesizer and 2 multi-output sampled drum instruments help you arrange a song immediately, without any other plugin instruments
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