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Old 05-20-2008, 03:47 PM
sputnik33 sputnik33 is offline
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Default T-Racks simulation Tube !

Hello my frinds im from Portugal im confused with some plugins i want to buy i like DÚY``S valve
Can you tell me if IK Multimedia T- Racks simulate valve or tube ?
i dont want a plugin with other funcions like eq or compressor i only want a simulation of Valve or tube
this is possible in T-Racks ? if i turn off the compression funcions like ration, attack time
The T racks dont have a button OFF Compressor what settings can i put only for i have a tube or valve warm sound,
i want to put this plug in a vocal track or other instrument for make a warm sound
Yes there are other with only this funcion ,but i have a cheap T-Rack for buy
im confused.
Thanks and regards

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