Baby Audio – TAIP 1.0.0 (VST, VST3, AAX, AU) [WiN.OSX x86 x64]

By | February 26, 2022

 

Year/Date of Issue: 09.2021
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: Baby Audio
Developer site: babyaud
Format: VST, VST3, AAX, AU
Bit depth: 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka: present | MORIA \ FLARE
System requirements: Mac OS 10.7 and up including Catalina, Big Sur and Mac M1. PC Windows 7 and up.


Description: Warm up your sound!
Advanced Baby Audio TAIP Tape Emulator brings “authentic analog warmth” to the signal
The plugin realistically emulates film and has flexible settings to create unique saturation effects.
Baby Audio have released a new TAIP plugin. The novelty is a film emulation, running under the control of artificial intelligence algorithms.
According to Baby Audio, TAIP adds “authentic analog warmth” to the signal without the need for complex routing. The plug-in is based on an artificial intelligence algorithm that recreates the nuances of analog circuits.
The developers note that the result of the work is a plausible film emulation. The tool adds additional warmth to the signal and creates the effect of gluing different signals. However, TAIP can be used as an alternative to distortion.
The emulator is equipped with a large set of settings, allowing you to quickly create a unique effect of saturation and film distortion. With the help of TAIP, the signal is saturated with musical saturation, and the plugin itself does an excellent job of gluing drums, instruments and vocals.
The tool received a fully scalable interface with three backgrounds: dark, light and gray. The latter will help you choose a comfortable interface display option depending on the time of day and user preferences.
The plug-in parameters are controlled using the sliders and knobs in the center of the interface. This is how the Drive knob controls the “coloring” of the signal, allowing you to either slightly warm the signal or completely distort it.
The Mix/Tape knob activates the classic tape flanger effect. It is noted that the parameter works in parallel mode, users can independently choose the ratio of the original and processed signal.
The Model switch controls plugin operation modes. In the Single position, TAIP creates a classic tape emulation, in Dual mode, a series of two emulations connected to each other is activated. According to the developers, in the second mode, the signal “acquires additional weight.”
The Lo-Shape and Hi-Shape sliders select the frequency range to which the saturation is applied. So, for example, you can saturate only high or low frequencies in the signal.
The Glue control creates a compression-like effect in the low-frequency range, and glues the signal together. The Noise knob adds the noise and clutter inherent in film to the signal.
In turn, the Wear control combines the effects of stuttering and film jamming. A nearby Presence control attenuates frequencies in the upper-lower region. This creates a film-like feeling of a lack of high frequencies.
The Input knob allows you to select one of two signal levels – Normal and Hot. According to the developers, the Hot mode distorts the input signal more, but does not overload the output volume. It is noted that the signal can be distorted even more by activating the Auto Gain mode.
The plugin comes with a database of 135 presets. Stubs include Mark Needham (Fleetwood Mac, The Killers, Bloc Party, Elton John), Rob Kleiner (Sia, Britney Spears, David Guetta, Cee Lo) and Cesar Sogbe (Prince, David Byrne, Jennifer Lopez).

Distribution updated: added release from FLARE

 


 

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