U-He Satin for iOS

I would like to see some sort of tape emulator for iOS. I remember a brilliant Reaktor ensemble back in the day that had, like, hundreds of presets, each representing a particular model of recorder. AUFX: Dub on the master as an inter-app audio plug-in (sometimes several times through) just isn’t cutting it for me anymore.

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  • +1
    satin AU on iOS or equivalent = instabuy. Until this kind of stuff with comparable quality arrives I’ll never really feel like iOS isn’t a compromise for mixing. Always export to desktop...

  • FabFilter Saturn (in Auria’s plugin store) should have you covered. It’s outstandingly good.

  • @tomato_juice said:
    FabFilter Saturn (in Auria’s plugin store) should have you covered. It’s outstandingly good.

    Cheers :) Yep gets used every session on desktop but I’m in BM3 on iPad so sadly not an option :(

  • @guidinglight said:
    I would like to see some sort of tape emulator for iOS. I remember a brilliant Reaktor ensemble back in the day that had, like, hundreds of presets, each representing a particular model of recorder. AUFX: Dub on the master as an inter-app audio plug-in (sometimes several times through) just isn’t cutting it for me anymore.

    You made my heart beat faster with that title....then you punched me in the gut with your post.
    :s

    MasterRecord is another iOS option. But yeah, Satin would be fantastic.

  • Dunno where Satin got it's image from - imh ears it's rather synthetic and boring.
    Tried and discarded the next day... ;)

  • @Telefunky said:
    Dunno where Satin got it's image from - imh ears it's rather synthetic and boring.
    Tried and discarded the next day... ;)

    Combinations of satin and sly-fi kaya were enough for me to sell my 388 and leave my 488 unrepaired. Big fan of what those two plugins do!

  • I've had a reel2reel and tape echoes in my youth and couldn't get anything out if Satin that inspired me, but great if it works for you. o:)

  • edited January 8

    @Telefunky said:
    I've had a reel2reel and tape echoes in my youth and couldn't get anything out if Satin that inspired me, but great if it works for you. o:)

    FWIW I'm still using an re201 over satin's (or alt itb) delay (mainly for the pre's crunch and the fact it hasn't been serviced in forever and sounds like a bad trip ;)

    If you want grittier/more obvious than satin you should check out Sly-Fi Kaya. You can definitely hear when THAT's on a channel ;)

  • This thread title....and then.....meh‘
    :D
    Satin is great. Even super great. Even a small Satin in a box (like Velvet in the Repro synth) would be handy.

  • @Cib said:
    This thread title....and then.....meh‘
    :D
    Satin is great. Even super great. Even a small Satin in a box (like Velvet in the Repro synth) would be handy.

    Mmmmmmmmmm Repro / Velvet :p

  • @brice said:

    @Cib said:
    This thread title....and then.....meh‘
    :D
    Satin is great. Even super great. Even a small Satin in a box (like Velvet in the Repro synth) would be handy.

    Mmmmmmmmmm Repro / Velvet :p

    Second best synth ever and that Velvet combined with polyphonic distortion........sweet. All those Repro FX boxes are great. Lyrebird would be another worth to get as FX plug-in alone.
    And JAWS........damn, it bites.

  • edited March 6

    Just so you all know, I basically found what I was looking for in MasterRecord. I don’t know why the app title doesn’t refer to all the excellent reel-to-reel, tape, and vinyl emulations, but there you go. $6.99 at the App Store for a reasonable alternative to an iOS U-He Satin (albeit with a completely different—though similar to the Mastering app—not very flattering UI).

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