Analog Tape Saturation
The 413 Tape Saturator reproduces the non-linear characteristics that would result when over-driving analog tape, as magnetic saturation occurs with increasing amplitude of the 'recorded' signal. It offers 3 different types of Analog Tape, as well as 3 different types of distortion.
For the saturation process, the signal gets dynamically changed, especially high frequency information, in response to its amplitude. The resulting effect simulates the saturation of analog tape, in a controllable environment which can be adjusted according to your preference.
The user can choose among 3 different types of Analog Tape, each corresponding to the noise and saturation characteristics of 3 different well known tape brands.
3 distortion types are also available, enabling the user to produce the harmonic content/distortion one would get by over-driving certain Tube or Transistor circuits.
- Advanced Tape Saturation algorithm
- Tube, Transistor and Soft Clipping Distortion
- Real tape-hiss
- 'IEC on NAB' playback equalization mode