Harrison Mixbus v4.3.19 Incl Patch and Keygen
Team R2R | Jan 02 2018 | 195 MB
With dozens of DAWs to choose from, thereʼs only one thatʼs designed to work like a Harrison, with an analog paradigm that embodies form, function, and sound. Where other DAWs use a computer paradigm, MIXBUS grows from Harrisonʼs distinguished 40-year heritage of platinum records and blockbuster films, such as Thriller, Graceland, and Spider-Man. MIXBUS is the first full-featured DAW with true analog style mixing.
Mixbus provides professional-level features to import or record an unlimited number of audio or MIDI tracks to your computer; then edit, mix and master your production.
Analog Console Feel
Engineers have been mixing on hardware consoles for more than 80 years because that’s what works. Need to make a change? grab a knob and change it. We believe that mixing inside a DAW should be no different and as easy to use as a hardware console. So we make the mixer portion of Mixbus work just like a hardware console, applying precision & proprietary algorithms to provide Harrison’s great sounding EQ, HP Filter, and Dynamics on every channel… without the need for additional plug-ins. Mixbus also provides 8 stereo aux mix busses, a stereo master bus with analog tape saturation simulation, a monitor section, and precision summing, all based on Harrison’s world-renowned large format analog and digital consoles. You can work with the fluidity of a traditional analog recording studio while retaining the convenience of a DAW.
For example, the fader area contains the input trim, fader level, compressor threshold (with meter), and compressor makeup gain. This provides the most-used gain functions within a very small "mouse travel" distance. Compare this to other DAWs which require juggling multiple windows, popups, and menus simply to navigate these most fundamental mixing features!
Metering is another aspect of DAW design that can make mixing more fluid. In the mix window, Mixbus provides the channel meter, compressor gain reduction meter, tape saturation meters, peak limiting meter, K-14 average level meter, stereo correlation meter, and a final peak limiting meter simultaneously. Compare this to other designs which require plug-ins from several manufacturers and several windows to find this important information. Mixbus provides everything you need to mix without distractions in an easy-to-use, one-window interface! Finally, mixing “inside the box” is a very sound philosophy.
List of changes in v4.3:
Audition action ("A"):
Press "A" (audition) to start playback:
If a Track is selected, the track(s) will be automatically solo'ed.
If a Range is selected, the selected track(s) will be automatically solo'ed.
If a Region is selected, the tracks will be soloe'd, and the selected region(s) will be played... regardless of their location in the region layer stack. Unselected regions (even regions on the same track) will be muted.
When the transport is stopped, the solos will be cleared.
Press ESC to clear the selection (and clear solos)
Zoom action ("Z"):
"Z" zooms to selection (as before)
NEW: If no selection exists, "Z" will zoom out both axes.
Added peak-hold dot to channelstrip meters.
The peak-hold dot turns red when clipping only in the case of a track metering the input level. This also applies to the peak-hold display under the fader.
You can adjust the peak-hold time in Preferences->Metering.
Knobs in 32C: display values in the channel name slate:
Frequency knobs show values 0-100% (sorry, it is still not practical to display the exact frequency)
Gain knobs now display the gain value in the slate.
Mixbus send knobs display the mixbus name, and value.
Lua Script buttons become more generic “Action-Buttons”
Action-Buttons can now trigger an action shortcut or a Lua script.
Show the Action-Buttons from Preferences->Appearance->Toolbar
Right-click on the action button to assign its function.
Added dedicated support for the new PreSonus Faderport16 ( beta / work in progress)
Added dedicated support for Tascam US-2400 control surface. video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHJwTncc2e4
Added Tascam US-2400 and Behringer X-Touch to the list of devices that will not be auto-connected to a track input, when a new MIDI track is instantiated.
Master bus compressor: changing the knob would not automatically turn the compressor "on". This has been fixed.
VST plugin timestamps: if the VST dll was timestamped in the “future”, it would always be ignored. This has been fixed.
When selecting a track in a group, you would be scrolled to the first (top) channel in the group. This has been fixed. Selecting a track will scroll to show the selected track, not the top of the group.
Template files have their own extension so they can be readily recognized ( .ardour-template-archive rather than the generic "tar.xz" )
Improvements to .ptf session import.
Mac: Don’t recurse into VST bundle folders. This fixes a problem when there’s a symlink to the VST folder inside the VST folder itself, which creates an infinite recursive loop and prevents Mixbus from launching.
Mac: VST plugins would not allow text entry, even if the green keyboard was enabled. This has been fixed.
Windows: Fixed an error that can prevent launching on Windows when the username had non-ascii characters in it.
Windows: Creating an archive ( session archive, track-templates, or session-templates ) from the Mixbus dialog could take "forever" and result in huge file sizes. This has been fixed.
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