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Wavesfactory TrackSpacer v.2.5.2 macOS AU,VST,VST3 32 & 64 bits [k]-offset screenshot
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Trackspacer is an award-nominated plug-in that creates space in a mix by carving the frequencies that the main track needs into another track in real-time.

Trackspacer is no ordinary plug-in, it is similar to a sidechain compressor plug-in but much more powerful, transparent and precise.

The Trackspacer plug-in features a 32 band EQ that reacts to the incoming sidechain signal. It analyses the spectrum of the sidechain and applies a reversed EQ curve to another track. As if by magic, Trackspacer creates space for the primary track by cutting the exact frequencies on other tracks.

No more fighting for space for the vocal in a mix, or any other instrument for that matter. If you have a solo that needs the room to breathe then Trackspacer makes the task easy.
Complicated automation moves on your mix are a thing of the past!

Compressors react to the amplitude/volume/level of the audio signal on the track. Based on how loud the source signal is, they apply more or less compression.
Multi-band compressors split the signal in different bands and apply different settings on each band, but the detection is still the same as regular ones.

Trackspacer splits the sidechain source signal into 32 bands and analyses them individually. Then, it reverses the result and applies a 32 band EQ to duck (or carve) those exact same frequencies, giving the source track the space it needs to occupy in the mix… and all in real time!

That’s why the Trackspacer plug-in is much better, more transparent and easier to use than regular compressors. It’s all in the detection!

# Version 2.5.2 – 29 / 05 / 2018
– Fixed: attack and release ballistics matched with the ones in version 2.0.
– Fixed: license folder is created if it’s not found in the system. This fixes the authorisation issues that were sometimes present on macOS.

# Version 2.5.1 – 17 / 05 / 2018
– Changed binary names so old version and new version can coexist in the same DAW. – Bigger font size for the parameter’s label.

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  Resident 22.10.2011 7 562
Thank you very much!!
  Resident 3.01.2011 1 3229
Awesome thank you so much
  Member 8.07.2016 115
wow! thank you!
I hope they made some performance optimization for the new version
  Member 17.08.2016 4 171
Thank youuu!!!
If you can dream it you can do it
  Member 1.03.2013 94
Amazing release!!
  Member 20.07.2015 1 72
Oh yeah, thank you offset for this one!
Mac user
  Member 5.12.2016 9
Thank you!!!
  Member 10.04.2014 1 75
I must admit, I threw a little scream. Thank you!
  Member 6.02.2014 56
Hey, Offset !!!
You are the Man

Thank you
  Resident 12.01.2014 1 86
Amazing, thank you so much bro!
  Member 14.03.2016 3 31
This one made me jump out of my chair nice release
  Member 11.07.2018 5 20
Thank you so much offset. Top notch releases.................Cheers to you!!
  Resident 12.01.2014 170
Anyone used it yet? I'm guessing this is a side chain deal. Could someone post their results?
If you're able to correct me, then you understood me fine in the first place. prick.
  Member 5.12.2016 9
works fine here tested quickly yesterday, and yes it is a sidechain plugin, else it "won't work"
  Member 15.09.2016 1
In Digital Performer 9.52 & Mavericks 10.9.5, loading the plug-in in a stereo track works fine. In a mono track it works only when loading the mono-to-stereo option. When loading the mono option, Digital Performer states it has encountered an error and fails to initialize the plug-in.

Any input on why's that happening will be appreciated.

Thanks in advanced!
  Member 19.10.2017 40
Thanks man.

A simple as it is, it is easy to get the setup wrong or apply to the wrong material.

Gonna give this another go.
Noize Maker

- Trying before buying since ~1998

2016+ paying for stuff that is actually used.
  Member 17.07.2018 30

I hope you landed in your chair when fell back
  Resident 12.01.2014 170
Anyone getting any decent results? I'm stuck with headphones atm and I dont trust them.
If you're able to correct me, then you understood me fine in the first place. prick.
  Resident 25.11.2015 15 79
Works pretty fine! It does what it’s designed for in a magnificent way. Actually i bought it!
  Member 11.07.2018 5 20
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  Member 5.09.2013 1 71
Thanks, works great!

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