Enhancement Plug-In Based On Tape Encoding

Overloud's Dopamine emulates two classic tape encoding processors, used as enhancers      13/06/17

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Overloud tells us that Dopamine offers the emulation of two classic tape encoding processors, used as enhancers. They say that it is designed to revive individual tracks as well as complex mixes while preserving their natural tone.

Features:

  • Replicates the enhancing side of the tape noise reduction units
  • Simulates two classic processors: the 180 and the 361
  • Simulates two cartridges: the A-Type and the Stressor
  • Naturally enhances the audio by balancing the harmonic content
  • Allows to tweak the dynamic action of the effect
  • Very low cpu usage: you can open the plugin on each track of the session with a negligible cpu load
  • Lots of presets designed in real mixing sessions


Pricing and Availability:
€89 introductory offer (regular price:€139)

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