Mixbus 32C Harrison Crack

Mixbus is an “analog console” included in a digital audio workstation Station (DAW). The Mixbus engine was created on the basis of Harrison Consoles, where we develop Digital and analog consoles for more than 30 years. Many famous works, such as Michael Thriller Jackson (the best selling album of all time), were recorded and / or combined on the Harrison consoles. Harrison still remains an influential force in the high-end professional audio community. Harrison consoles are used in creating world-class films, post-production and when creating Musical products.

Over the last 40 years, Harrison consoles have earned, throughout the world, an enviable reputation for excellence. This is no accident. Such a level of acceptance can only be gained as a product proves its maturity through performance in the field. This real-time reputation is, without a doubt, the best measure of a product's true worth. For example, the world renowned Harrison 32C analog console was used on records by Michael Jackson "Thriller", Paul Simon "Graceland", Janet Jackson, AC/DC, ABBA, Queen, Led Zeppelin, ELO, Genesis, Blondie, and Supertramp, to name a few, and was instrumental in establishing the sound of those amazing records. Many of those consoles are still in operation throughout the world.

Dynamic Maturity + Contemporary Mixing
Harrison Mixbus32C is as relevant today as the first Harrison 32 series consoles were 40 years ago. Harrison consoles are dynamically mature products – products that retain the benefits of long, successful experience while incorporating the best of all the new technology. Mixbus32C is designed in the most operationally ergonomic manner possible. Mixbus was hailed by the industry as a breakthrough for "in the box" mixing by incorporating decades of console building experience into a cost effective mixing platform for today. Mixbus32C takes that concept to the natural next step by using the full resources of today's technological advancements to precisely emulate not only the operational advantages, but to faithfully emulate the analog performance of the traditional analog console.

Analog Performance
Harrison has pioneered the use of high performance computer technology over the last 20 years to provide unmatched processing power in the world's largest mixing environments. By keeping up with these incremental technological steps through the decades, Harrison can now faithfully emulate the beautifully designed analog signal processing designs of the past and incorporate them into a full function "True Analog" mixing console within the digital audio workstation environment.

More Buses
Mixbus32C provides 12 stereo mix buses, each with individual level control, latency compensation, and associated master channel incorporating the highly successful Harrison tape saturation, bus compression, and tone control functionality.

Some Mixbus32C Features
  • Straightforward "knob per function" mixer layout based on Harrison's renowned 32-series music consoles
  • Precise emulation based on Harrison's famous 32 series analog console circuit designs
  • Precision algorithms for EQ, Filter, Compression, Analog Tape Saturation, and Summing
  • Fourth-generation Harrison "True Analog Mixing™" processing engine with enhanced compressor/limiter algorithms; built-in sidechain busing, and increased plugin flexibility
  • The Mixbus32C engine is internally dithered, ramped, and gain staged so that sound quality is preserved as close to analog as possible
  • Unlimited stereo or mono input channels, each with unlimited plugins, sends, and hardware inserts. (limited only by CPU and disc speed)
  • Unlimited MIDI tracks, each with virtual instrument support, unlimited plugins, sends and inserts
  • Polarity, Input trim, Sweepable 4-band EQ with second order HP and LP filters, Compression, and 12 mix bus sends on every track
  • Mixbus32C has an optimized signal flow with 12 stereo mix buses and a master bus, all featuring Tone controls, Compression, Sidechaining, and Analog Tape Saturation simulation
  • Stereo Master bus that features Tone controls, Analog Tape Saturation, K-meter, Stereo Correlation Meter, and Limiter
  • Automatic plugin delay compensation to support effects such as parallel compression without time misalignment
  • Comprehensive "at-a-glance" metering with peak, peak hold, and compressor gain reduction visible on every track and bus
  • Extensive DAW editing features including "Smart Tool", Ripple Edit, and configurable keybindings for nearly every operation
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 Mixbus32C work just like a hardware console, applying precision & proprietary algorithms to provide Harrison's great sounding 32C analog conole EQ, HP and LP Filters, and Dynamics on every channel… without the need for additional plug-ins. Mixbus32C also provides 12 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!

Already using another DAW?
No problem. It's a simple and quick process to export your audio files from your current DAW to Mixbus32C and use the exceptional Mixbus32C "True Analog Style™ Mixing" engine for your final mix. No need to change your current workflow, just add convenience, ease, and sound quality by doing all your final mixing in Mixbus32C.

CPU Architecture:
Intel or AMD, 32/64bit (2+ cores/processors)
OS Version: Windows XP or Newer
Monitor: Minimum 1200 pixel height
Audio: Any ASIO-supported hardware.

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