Harrison – Mixbus 2.3.1 x86

Mixbus™ is a full featured Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) with “True Analog Mixing”™ : Combination of Harrison’s world famous sound (probably talking about a mixing console)
Mixbus™ is the solution for engineers who need a world-class sound system for recording, editing and mixing
. Harrison’s Conzoli are known for their great-sounding EQs, Filters, Dynamics. Now Mixbus offers every engineer a real Harrison Console “in a box (apparently means “on the computer”)”. With MixBus logical interface The user works in a traditional analog recording studio while maintaining the convenience of a DAW. MixBus allows the user to record, edit and mix a piece of music “in a box (apparently means “on a computer”)” and get the sound of the Golden Age of album recording (apparently meaning classic analog sound)
1. Remove the previous version(I managed to update without uninstalling)
2. Install the program
3. Copy the license file to the desktop
4. Run the application
Added cured plugins 3D Trible Delay, GVerb+, XT EQ – Equalize, XT MC – Multiband Compressor, XT ME – Mastering Equalizer
Installation: throw with replacement of the folder with plugins in C:\Program Files (x86)\Mixbus\bin\lv2
Distribution is carried out by adding a replacement for new versions

What’s new
New Features (all platforms):
◾Pre-installed XTools for Mixbus: XT-ME Mastering Equalizer, XT-MC Multi-band Compressor, XT-EQ Equalizer. To use these plugins, you must purchase a license at http://mixbus.harrisonconsoles.com .
◾New features for “Essentials” plugins: GVerb+ now has input high-pass filter, and adjustable predelay up to 150ms. 3D Triple Delay now has a tap-tempo button, and a selectable oversampling value to balance modulation quality vs CPU load.
◾Major bussing workflow improvements: Hover over a track’s bus assignment buttons to see the list of new features.
◾Major editing workflow improvements: The “implicit range” no longer exists. Instead, the user may use the, (comma) and .(period) buttons to set the start and end points of the edit range. This, combined with a complete overhaul of keybindings, provides an editing workflow that will be very comfortable to users of other audio and video editors.
Improvements & Fixes (all platforms):
◾Refined keymap. Keymap is no longer able to be edited by users, but it now incorporates “alternative” bindings for major functions so that users of other popular DAWs will have their keys available at the same time as the existing Mixbus functions.
◾Alt+m toggles edit window and mix window more reliably, and handles multi-monitor setups better.
◾Master tape saturation can now go down to -40dB.
◾Holding Alt while adjusting a fader with the mousewheel will now override the group.
◾Importing audio defaults to highest quality SRC.
◾Backup files now have their own directory in the session folder.
◾Separate and split now share the same key command.
◾Transparent regions were double-summing the underlying region during crossfade. This has been fixed.
◾Selecting a plugin preset will now mark the session as “dirty” so it will prompt the user to save when quitting. This will solve some problems where plugins did not seem to remember their settings.
Windows-specific changes:
◾Better support for non-power-of-2 ASIO buffer sizes. This will fix many strange issues with ASIO drivers.
◾Fixed a bug when recalling older VST plug-ins that expect the host to terminate the parameter names after 8 characters.
◾Fixed crashes when editing fades after an undo.
OSX-specific changes:
◾Fixed key command for moving tracks up and down in the editor, and moved several key commands so that they are no longer “hidden” by OS X key commands.
Linux-specific changes:
◾Gtk updated to support CALF LV2 plugins.

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