The plugin is available August 25th, included for ControlHub Pro subscribers and ControlHub Expansions subscribers, or available for purchase otherwise!
STL Tones have spent the last few years slowly building a massive catalogue of signature amp emulation software to be used as a standalone plugin, Kemper packs and impulse responses. Building on this further, they’ve collaborated with world-class engineers including Will Putney, Mike Pepe, Tom Lord-Alge and Colin Richardson to name a few for their ControlHub plugin, tracing their signal chains and building them into an easy-to-use interface in the STL Tones ControlHub plugin.
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This week, STL Tones announced the upcoming ControlHub Tracer, software that allows users themselves to trace their own signal chains, to be recalled, modified and used later in the ControlHub Tracer plugin. This is a huge step forward in a hybrid workflow, the software also allowing users’ traced signal chains to be uploaded and shared in their Tone Exchange.
In the video above, engineer and producer Justin Abel captures the tone of some of his favourite hardware across a drum mix, and loses in a blind test between the actual printed hardware and the traced, ControlHub Tracer version of the audio. The plugin is available August 25th, included for ControlHub Pro subscribers and ControlHub Expansions subscribers, or available for purchase otherwise!
For more info, go to STL Tones.