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    IK Multimedia Launches T-RackS® Sunset Sound Studio Reverb - Winter NAMM 2020

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    IK Multimedia T-RackS® Sunset Sound Studio Reverb

    recreates iconic studio's spaces

    Reverb processor module offers the authentic sounds and characteristics
    of the legendary Sunset Sound recording facility
     
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb - Image
     
    The NAMM Show, January 17, 2020 - IK Multimedia presents Sunset Sound Studio Reverb, a new T-RackS® module processor that brings the reverbs and sounds of the studios in the iconic Sunset Sound recording facility in Los Angeles to musicians everywhere. Sunset Sound Studio Reverb is the first convolution reverb for IK's industry-standard T-RackS 5 mixing and mastering software workstation.

    IK worked in collaboration with studio owner Paul Camarata to give recording engineers "all access" to the sound and vibe of the studios in this landmark facility, where a who's who of music has recorded for 60 years, including the Doors, the Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Prince, Aretha Franklin, Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and countless others.

    Studio owner Paul Camarata notes, "For 60 years, the sound of our studios has been heard on hit records around the world. Now, we're proud to be working with IK Multimedia to bring our famed sound to everyone's recordings. Sunset Sound Studio Reverb really nails the essence of our distinct character."
     
    Each room of Sunset Sound's three studios was recorded using its custom console and Sunset's mic collection, to capture not just the acoustics but also the unique vibe of the space. IK recreated them using a powerful new dynamic convolution engine, and the result is a faithful studio quality reverb that offers the same iconic sound as countless hit records, complemented by an array of flexible control options for further tone shaping.

    Abundant reverb
    Users can select from among the various reverbs taken from the live echo chambers and each of the three studios found in the facility. The choices are:
    • Live room: Studio 1, Studio 2 or Studio 3
    • Iso Booth: Studio 1, Studio 2 or Studio 3
    • 3 Live echo chambers
    • 2 plate reverbs and 1 spring reverb
    Control it all
    An intuitive GUI provides a realistic experience, offering information and insights about each particular room, as well as additional controls to help users shape the sound to suit their tastes. Additional controls include:
    • Adjustable decay time and pre-delay
    • High-pass and low-pass filters
    • Low and high shelving EQs
    • Stereo image width
    • Wet/dry mix
    and more.

    Flexible use
    Like all T-RackS modules, Sunset Sound Studio Reverb can be used as an individual plug-in within any recording software, or inside the T-RackS 5 shell for even faster workflow both as plug-in or stand-alone mastering software.

    About T-RackS
    T-RackS 5 is the latest version of IK's industry standard mixing and mastering software workstation that has been used on countless albums by top engineers for more than 20 years. This powerful modular system offers maximum versatility via 43 high-quality processors (EQs, limiters, compressors, etc) that can be used in parallel or series, in a variety of working environments. In total, T-RackS 5 offers everything needed to professionally treat and finalize audio from raw mixes to a perfect finished product. For even more professional results, each version of T-RackS 5 also offers free downloadable signature presets from some of the industry's top engineers.

    About Sunset Sound Recorders
    Sunset Sound was opened in 1958 by Tutti Camarata, then director of recording for Disney Studios, and initially handled in-house work for Disney, recording movies like "Mary Poppins" and "101 Dalmatians." In 1962, Sunset Sound opened to external clients, and soon expanded to a 3-studio complex, welcoming artists like The Doors, Joe Cocker, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Prince and countless more. Now owned and operated by Paul Camarata, Tutti's son, Sunset Sound continues to welcome world-class artists to its iconic rooms. All three original rooms remain in operation, and with their custom acoustics and consoles, fully equipped echo chambers and comprehensive mic lockers, Sunset Sound remains a dream destination for musicians.

    Pricing and availability
    Sunset Sound Studio Reverb for T-RackS 5 will be available in January 2020 from the IK Custom Shop, the IK Multimedia online store and from IK authorized dealers worldwide for a special introductory price of €/$149.99* until March 31, 2020 (regular pricing will be €/$249.99).
    * All prices excluding taxes

    For more information about Sunset Sound Studio Reverb, please visit: www.t-racks.com/sunsetstudio

    To see Sunset Sound Studio Reverb in action, visit: www.t-racks.com/sunsetstudio/video

    To hear audio samples, visit: www.t-racks.com/sunsetstudio/audio

    See us at the NAMM Show: ACC North Hall, Level 2, Room# 17202


     

    IK Multimedia. Musicians First.
    www.ikmultimedia.com

     
    About IK Multimedia: IK Multimedia is a leading music technology company that harnesses advanced software and hardware design to make professional quality tools accessible to everyone - from its ground-breaking AmpliTube, T-RackS and SampleTank software, to its acclaimed iRig series of music creation tools for iPhone, iPad, Android and Mac/PC; from the award-winning iLoud reference monitors, to its first analog hardware synth UNO Synth. With millions of installations and registered users worldwide, IK leads the way for musicians in the studio, on the go or on the stage.
    T-RackS is a registered trademark of IK Multimedia. Sunset Sound is a trademark of Sunset Sound recording facility in Los Angeles, CA. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. No endorsement or partnership with any musical personalities is implied.
     

     

     

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