MB-7 Mixer 2 v3.22 (WiN and OSX)-R2R
Team R2R | 2023.03.11 | 41.3 MB/368 MB
PLATFORM : WiN32/64 – VST/VST3/AAX | MacOSX – AU/VST/VST3/AAX
Blue Cat’s MB-7 Mixer is a unique plug-in that splits the signal into several frequency bands and lets you mix and process them as if they were separate tracks.
Each band proposes controls that can be found on a mixing console, and more: bypass, mute or solo each band separately to isolate frequencies you want to work on, adjust the gain, the “stereoness” and the position in the stereo field. When manipulating the stereo image, a master mono switch also lets you check mono compatibility.
You can also apply different audio effects to each band to achieve any kind of spectral manipulation: the plug-in can operate as a multiband plug-ins host. You can process each band independently with your favorite VST, VST3 or Audio Unit plug-ins or choose from any of the 28 built-in effects! Up to four plug-ins can be loaded on each band, pre or post fader. It also include 25 built-in audio effects that can be inserted in each plug-in slot. Latency compensation, presets management, undo/redo integration, and individual plug-in bypass are included for optimal operation.
New Features & Improvements:
Navigate presets and create new tones easily with “Tone Maps” for 9 built-in effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Wah, Sweep Filter, EQ, Freq Shifter, Reverb and Waveshaper.
New presets for the built-in wah plug-in.
Built-in EQ: improved impulse response convolution performance (long reverb tails are now supported, with low CPU usage).
Mac: faster GUI rendering on recent Mac OS systems (up to 5x faster).
Mac: fixed user interface not properly shown on retina displays in some applications built with the 10.14 Mac OS SDK (Cubase 10.5 for example).
Mac: fixed settings panel rendering issues in dark mode on Mac OS Mojave and newer.
Fixed issue with some VST3 plug-ins that failed to initialize when loaded (Roland Cloud VST3)
Fixed built-in Wah plug-in that could exceed selected range in reverse mode.
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