SKnote is preparing the StripBus v3
SKnote will soon release its StripBus virtual channel strip to version 3, but its price will also raise!
In this new v3, Strip will receive the following new features:
- New console models, including a British one
- Emphasized mode aligned to the SKnote Agata hardware micro-console
- Whole Modeling: every instance handles the full analog console model
- Multimode compressor
- New expander aligned to the new Etna hardware console
- Dynamic EQ
- Saturation option with stereo alignement
- Multimode meters
- Gain fader for independent mix automation
Strip v3 will also feature 6 ducking busses and an option intertrack crosstalk.
The upgrade is expected later this month and will be free to Stripbus v2 users. This new version will also be $10 more expensive, so we recommend you purchase v2 now ($29.99) at www.sknote.it to receive v3 for free. The plug-in is available in VST and AU 32 and 64-bit plug-in formats for Mac OS X and Windows.
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