IK Multimedia T-RackS 3 Singles Effects Processor Plug-in Series Now Shipping

IK Multimedia has announced that users may now purchase and download T-RackS 3 Singles individual processor plug-in modules from the company’s award-winning T-RackS 3 Deluxe mastering and mixing suite.

Each of the processor modules now operates also as a native VST, AU, or RTAS plug-in, for more convenient usage inside any popular DAW when mixing individual tracks.

Available plug-ins from the T-RackS 3 Singles series include:
– Vintage Compressor 670  
– Vintage Tube Program EQ EQP1-A
– Opto Compressor
– Linear Phase EQ
– Brickwall Limiter
– Classic EQ
– Classic Compressor
– Classic Limiter
– Classic Clipper
– Metering Suite (Peak, Perceived Loudness, Phase, RMS meters, Spectrum analyzer)

All T-RackS 3 Single plug-ins may be integrated into the T-RackS 3 Standard Mastering & Mixing Suite as the musician’s needs expand, in addition to being used as plug-ins on individual tracks.

For example, a user who owns the T-RackS 3 Standard may now purchase the Vintage Compressor 670 module and use it on individual tracks, plus integrate it into one of the 12 slots in the series/parallel chain for more sophisticated routing and parameter recall.

Additionally, all current owners of T-RackS 3 Deluxe or Standard suites also have access to the individual modules (included in the package they purchased) as a free download from the IK user area located at http://www.ikmultimedia.com/userarea.

Users will need to log into their user area, go to the Downloads section, and select T-RackS version 3.1.

The new version will also provide additional memory and CPU usage optimizations along with enhanced Pro Tools 8/Multicore MAC support.

The individual effects processor plug-ins are also included in every new purchase of T-RackS 3 Deluxe or Standard.

Each of the new T-RackS 3 Single Effects Processor plug-ins is available for an introductory price of $99.99 each (excluding tax).

For more information go directly to www.T-RackS.com/singles

IK Multimedia Website

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