Description: Below is a list of all the new racks and racks that have been updated since the last release. If you have downloaded the older version of the racks pack you should be able to just replace the old folder with the new one. All the racks from the previous packs (not in the list below) are also included.
The new and updated racks:
6 individual racks to make stuff heavier, all of these racks combine several types of distortion and other processing. Use these on anything that needs grit, dirt or just distortion in general. All of these have macro snapshots available to quickly check how it sounds at various settings of intensity.
CLIP CONTROL A simple clipping rack, allows you to morph from limiting, into softclipping (both with and without the DC filter), into hardclipping (again both with and without the DC filter).
A rack that is basically just an OTT, but with macro presets for a few different types of ways how I would use OTT, like for instance only OTT the high frequencies. There’s 2 versions of this rack, one is just a rack with presets to choose from. Version 2 of the rack also includes macro controls in addition to the presets to further change the OTT settings in case you need a little more control.
Just a rack that contains a lowpass and a highpass filter that get AUtomatically turned off when not in use. This means that the highpass filter only engages when the macro knob for the HP cutoff frequency is brought up from the lowest value. The same thing happens with the lowpass filter but in opposite direction (lowpass gets turned off at the highest position of the macro). This way the filters don’t affect the sound when not in use, but engage once you start filtering).
I think the name says it all, this rack allows you to quickly change the width on sounds. It doesn’t add width by itself, but it’s a rack that splits the incoming sound into 3 frequency bands so you can increase/decrease the width per band. The width can be affected in two ways with this rack too. The LOW/MID/HI WIDTH macros simply work like one would expect, bringing these down narrows the width on that band and eventually sums the band to mono completely. This can result in phase cancellation depending on the input, which is where the LOW/MID/HI SIDES macros come in. These essentially do the same thing, they decrease the width in the band (or increase of course), but instead of summing to mono, it simply affects the volume of the side signal meaning there won’t be phase cancellation when making the band mono. Basically, the top width macros work like normal stereo wideners, while the bottom row of macros works more like mid/side processing.
These racks were updated, I removed a bug where the crossfades between the chains in the racks weren’t setup properly and sometimes you would still hear one of the chains even though the chain should be inaudible. That is fixed now and these racks should now behave like one would expect.
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