Have you ever wanted to easily emulate the sound of a tape player or record player slowing down? Now you can with the uber-simple “Tapestop” plug in. Slap it onto a single track – or your master channel – hit the stop button and listen to the sound slowly die down. Look ma, no turntable! Great for DJs.
EP(vinyl) – EP is normal mode.
TD (Tape deck) – TD will back up the tape a bit when it stops.
N – normal.
R – reverse the button.
T – toggle.
D – Direct return to play when mouse button is released.
Select the DOWN speed by clicking on the LEFT mouse button in the speed box, then hold and drag.
Select the UP speed by clicking on the RIGHT mouse button in the speed box, then hold and drag.
One thing I really enjoy about Serato Scratch, is that there is an Automatic gain control. What this means in, if there is a song that is quieter than the one playing, the auto gain control would bump up the volume of the quieter track to match the louder one. Until now, I haven’t seen a simple plugin that does this in Ableton Live. However, with the LoudMax plugin, you can put this on your master channel and boost the threshold so that both songs are equal in volume.
Main range of application:
Output Limiter/Maximizer for web radio stations.
One slider for threshold, one for the output level.
Meters for input, output and gain reduction in relation to the desired threshold.
Supported Samplerates: 2kHz – 384kHz
Latency, Look-Ahead and Attack Time: 1.25ms
Release Time: Automatic – depending on the input signal
Possible Overdrive without audible distortion: 740dB