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IK Multimedia Introduces MixBox Virtual Channel Strip Plug-in with 70 Effects

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MixBox “500 series” style plug-in offers processors derived from IK’s T-RackS, AmpliTube, and SampleTank.

IK Multimedia announces MixBox, a “500 series”-style virtual rack plug-in for Mac and PC. It offers musicians, producers and engineers of every genre all the effects they need in one “rack” to mix faster and more efficiently while enjoying professional sound quality and a convenient, lightning-fast workflow.

MixBox includes 70 studio processors and creative effects derived from IK’s T-RackS mixing and mastering workstation, AmpliTube guitar and bass tone studio, and SampleTank sound and groove workstation, as well as four stunning new reverb algorithms. It packs these processors into a convenient and intuitive channel strip layout that can be used as a plug-in for any DAW or in stand-alone mode.

Beginners will benefit from having high-quality effects and 600+ presets at their fingertips to kick-start their creativity, while advanced users can speed up their workflow by using the customizable format to save and recall whole custom effects chains instantly.

IK Multimedia’s MixBox “500 series” style virtual rack plug-in for Mac and PC

Custom processor chain creation – Users can create and save their own custom channel strips in an 8-slot “rack” that can be used in all major DAWs. With drag & drop routing and a range of advanced controls like wet/dry mix, sidechain and individual processor gain, users can assemble even complex, professional processor chains in seconds. In stand-alone mode, users can create up to eight racks of eight processors each, for a highly optimized mixing environment.

70 processors for more mixing variety – Immaculate-sounding processors deliver powerful digital effects and warm, authentic physical models of classic analog gear. In addition, MixBox introduces four all-new, reverb algorithms for hall, room, plate and inverse.

A modeling powerhouse – A selection of ultra-precise digital models of some of the most iconic mixing gear in history is onboard, as well as creative models such as amplifier distortion and tape saturation. MixBox leverages many of the most advanced and popular models from AmpliTube & T-RackS to add ultra-authentic analog warmth and vibe to any track.

View the complete gear and effects collection HERE

Creative FX for every need – In addition to standard EQ Dynamics and Channel Strip processors, MixBox also offers onboard Filters, Modulation, Saturation, Reverbs, Delays, Distortion and Amps to cover a multitude of scenarios such as tracking vocals, sound design, customizing virtual instruments and more.

Quick and convenient workflow – MixBox enhances workflow efficiency by keeping every parameter immediately accessible in a compact and easily editable GUI, eliminating the need to switch between plug-in windows when adjusting multiple effects.

Users can more easily adjust multiple processors from a single window and can save entire processor changes to recall favorites at any time, saving time and energy and keeping them inspired.

Instant inspiration with 600+ preset – MixBox comes packed with more than 600 individual processor and whole-chain presets covering a range of uses, styles, genres and more, to offer a creative starting point. User presets can also be saved and recalled for future use.

Powerful multi-rack live mixing in stand-alone mode – MixBox’s stand-alone mode offers a complete, easy-to-use mixing experience for nearly any situation, with up to eight separate racks of eight processors each.

Audio can be fed into a computer from any source such as a digital mixer or audio interface, and the MixBox main panel will offer control over all eight racks at once. Users can load rack presets, add or remove processors from each rack, activate the side-chain, and manage input/output channels and gain for each rack, all from one panel.

More about MixBox and see all 70 processors –  www.ikmultimedia.com/mixbox

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