Oxide Tape Recorder
Oxide Tape Recorder
it is a dsp-friendly tape sim. Not the best or most customizable but FAR from the worst. it fits well with drums and bass.
Gorgeous tool money can buy
This is the most essential tool that you can put on the bus. That is why I bought it in the first place. It can can tighten up a drum kit. All in all you can I oomph to your track by applying a tiny bit of this coloration compression.
I recently pick up the Tape emulator and am very impressed. I would recommend it to everyone. will be using it very often indeed.
I’m new to UAD, was using VTM as my tape plugin before buying this but afterwards didn’t need VTM anymore. You INSTANTLY hear the difference in your mix when applying Oxide Tape to it, very simple to use and easy to dial in a good sound. Best tape plugin I’ve used thus far, mixes come ALIVE!
Great analog sound
I use it on all buses even on the master bus!
Awesome tape emulation.
I use this plug-in on every track while recording. Everything sounds bigger and better with it.
Got this for free
I use this for fun occasionally but with the studer and ATR available I often forget about this one. Nothing wrong with the sound and the simplified interface can be nice, but I'd recommend other saturation choices first.
Also, unless I've missed something, I'd love to see the input and output linked.
This one is really good
Was surprised by this one it added that last professional hi end compression on the mix buss but can also thicken up individual sounds.
Not the best but still good
Very obvious effect, EQ curves you cannot bypass, and unlinked In and out controls, but great sound for obvious tape effects.
Great simple tape emulator
This is a great simple tape emulator. It is much more simple to use than the Ampex or Studer. Only a few controls and sounds great when you turn it on.
Great for subtle warmth and organic overdriven vocals
Had a topline to deliver which needed a bit of edge. Works wonder on pop vocals that need that a bit of help sitting right in the mix.
Very good indeed. Adds depth and warmth to your tracks.
I use this for printing to DAW on way in at the end of the signal chain. I normally run through the presets and then choose one close to what I want and tweak it to sit better. I have the STUDER and the Ampex and this to me sounds as good. It uses less DSP too so if I was recording an entire kit I would choose this on the way in to save dsp.
It is a good plugin. Warms things up nicely
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F. Brasil da Silva
light and harmonic pretty, easy processing to use
The little beast that could
I was torn between the Ampex and Oxide. I finally went with Oxide due to the lower CPU hit. PLUS it is so dead simple to use due to the preset names. Need to warm up that guitar? Take it to +3dbs and you are golden. Maybe someday I will get the Ampex for mix down, but for now, I am loving the tape warmth that oxide is laying down.
simple and powerful
Probably the easiest to set and forget of the UAD tape machine plugins. Less controls but still adds the tape flavor with the important parameters to tweak.
Easy to use and instant warm sound
this one of the best tape saturation i ever use, not only it sounds great its very easy to use and its low dsp, low latency plugin, i will recommend it to everyone who wants to get that nice warm sound
Punchy and Fat
Nice plugin. Very reasonable and so effective.