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Tape Saturation Made Easy with ReeLight v2.0.0 by BeatSkillz


BeatSkillz ReeLight v2.0.0: A Tape Saturation Plugin with Many Features




If you are looking for a plugin that can give your tracks an authentic tape vibe and also some of the desirable artifacts associated with tape, you might want to check out BeatSkillz ReeLight v2.0.0.




BeatSkillz – ReeLight v2.0.0 VST, VST3, AAX, AU WiN.OSX x64



ReeLight is a tape saturation plugin that authentically emulates tape saturation/compression and overall sound and vibe using Beatskillz's own proprietary RTT technology (used in Valvesque). It can be used on any instrument or track, such as drums, bass, vocals, guitars, synths, etc.


In this article, we will show you how to use ReeLight v2.0.0 in your music production, what are its main features, and what benefits it can bring to your sound quality and vibe.


How to Use ReeLight v2.0.0 in Your Music Production




ReeLight v2.0.0 is available as a VST/VST3/AAX/AU plugin for Windows 10 / macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 or later (64-bit only). You can download it from the official website for $59 USD.


To install and activate ReeLight v2.0.0 on your computer, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the installer file from your account or email.



  • Run the installer file and follow the instructions.



  • Launch your DAW and load ReeLight v2.0.0 as an insert effect on any track or bus.



  • Enter your email address and serial number when prompted.



  • Enjoy using ReeLight v2.0.0!



The Main Features of ReeLight v2.0.0




ReeLight v2.0.0 has a simple and intuitive interface that consists of eight knobs, one switch, one meter, and one bypass button.


The main feature of ReeLight v2.0.0 is its tape saturation and compression processor, which can be controlled by four knobs: input gain, output level, noise, and wet/dry.


Drive the signal to tape




The input gain knob allows you to adjust how much signal you want to send to the tape processor, which affects how much saturation and compression you get.


The output level knob allows you to adjust how loud you want the processed signal to be at the output.


The meter shows you how much input gain you are applying and how much output level you are getting.


Add real tape noise/hiss




The noise knob allows you to add real tape noise/hiss to your signal, which can add some character and realism to your sound.


The bypass switch allows you to turn on or off the noise effect independently from the saturation effect.


Adjust tape speed 15/7.5 IPS




The IPS (inches per second) switch allows you to change the tape speed between 15 IPS and 7.5 IPS, which affects how bright or dark your sound is.


15 IPS gives you a brighter sound with more high-end detail, while 7.5 IPS gives you a darker sound with more low-end warmth.


Low cut - clears up a muddy low-end build up




The low cut knob allows you to apply a high-pass filter to your signal before it goes into the tape processor, which can help clear up a muddy low-end build up that can occur with tape saturation.


You can adjust the frequency of the filter from 20 Hz to 200 Hz.


Low boost - add a thick bottom-end




The low boost knob allows you to apply a low-shelf boost to your signal after it comes out of the tape processor, which can help add a thick bottom-end to your sound.


You can adjust the amount of boost from 0 dB to 12 dB.


Air - boost high-end separation and clarity




The air knob allows you to apply a high-shelf boost to your signal after it comes out of the tape processor, which can help boost high-end separation and clarity in your sound.


You can adjust the amount of boost from 0 dB to 12 dB.


Wet/Dry - blend between processed and dry signal




The wet/dry knob allows you to blend between the processed signal (wet) and the original signal (dry), which can help balance the amount of saturation effect you want in your sound.


You can adjust the ratio from 100% wet (full saturation) to 100% dry (no saturation).


The Benefits of Using ReeLight v2.0.0 in Your Music Production




ReeLight v2.0.0 can enhance your sound quality and vibe in many ways by adding warmth, character, glue, emulation, effects, and textures with tape saturation.


Add warmth, character and glue to your tracks




Tape saturation can make your tracks sound more analog, warm, rich, smooth, harmonious, cohesive, lively, dynamic, punchy, fat, thick, etc., depending on how much saturation you apply and what type of tape machine and tape you emulate.


Tape saturation can also help glue your tracks together by adding subtle compression that reduces transients and increases sustain.


Emulate different types of tape machines and tapes




Tape saturation can also help you emulate different types of tape machines and tapes that have different sonic characteristics and artifacts that can add some flavor and interest to your sound.


For example, you can emulate:


  • A vintage tube-based tape machine that adds warmth, distortion, wow/flutter (pitch variation), crosstalk (bleed between channels), etc.



Create interesting effects and textures with tape saturation




Tape saturation can also help you create interesting effects and textures with your sound by pushing the tape processor to its limits and beyond.


For example, you can create:


  • A lo-fi effect by adding a lot of noise and reducing the tape speed.



  • A tape delay effect by using a feedback loop and adjusting the tape speed.



  • A tape flanger or chorus effect by modulating the tape speed with an LFO.



  • A tape distortion or fuzz effect by driving the input gain very hard.



Conclusion: Why You Should Try ReeLight v2.0.0 Today




In conclusion, ReeLight v2.0.0 is a tape saturation plugin that can enhance your sound quality and vibe in many ways.


It can add warmth, character, and glue to your tracks by emulating tape saturation and compression.


It can emulate different types of tape machines and tapes that have different sonic characteristics and artifacts.


It can create interesting effects and textures with tape saturation by pushing the tape processor to its limits and beyond.


It has a simple and intuitive interface that lets you control all the parameters of the tape processor with ease.


If you are looking for a plugin that can give your tracks an authentic tape vibe and also some of the desirable artifacts associated with tape, you should try ReeLight v2.0.0 today.


You can download it from the official website for $59 USD and enjoy using it on any instrument or track.


FAQs





  • Q: What are the system requirements for ReeLight v2.0.0?



  • A: ReeLight v2.0.0 requires Windows 10 / macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 or later (64-bit only), Intel i3 or later / AMD Athlon 64 or equivalent, 2 GB RAM / 300 MB HD, and a VST/VST3/AAX/AU compatible host.



  • Q: How do I activate ReeLight v2.0.0?



  • A: To activate ReeLight v2.0.0, you need to enter your email address and serial number when prompted by the plugin. You can find your serial number in your account or email after purchasing the plugin.



  • Q: Can I use ReeLight v2.0.0 on more than one computer?



  • A: Yes, you can use ReeLight v2.0.0 on up to three computers that you own with one license.



  • Q: Does ReeLight v2.0.0 have a demo version?



  • A: Yes, you can download a demo version of ReeLight v2.0.0 from the official website. The demo version has a noise burst every 60 seconds and cannot be saved or recalled.



  • Q: How do I get support for ReeLight v2.0.0?



  • A: You can get support for ReeLight v2.0.0 by contacting Beatskillz via email at support@beatskillz.com or via their contact form.




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