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Plugin Alliance bx_console AMEK 200 v1.0.0 Incl Patched and Keygen-R2R screenshot
Team R2R | 08 Nov 2023 | 63.8MB
Unlock the sound of an analog-modeled dream
Brainworx’s bx_console AMEK 200 is a console plugin that combines the sound of the AMEK EQ 200, AMEK Mastering Compressor, and the gate/expander of the bx_console AMEK 9099; it would be nearly impossible for a console like this to exist in the real world. The complexities of physically integrating the components and the cost associated with such a hardware unit make the bx_console AMEK 200 an analog-modeled dream come true.

A blend between 80s mastering-grade transparency and “analog vibe”
The bx_console AMEK 200 is the successor to the bx_console AMEK 9099, which delivers the sound of the Rupert Neve-designed AMEK 9098i Master Console. Analog-modeled circuits infuse this channel strip with the analog vibe that bx_consoles are known for. Featuring an optimized GUI layout, the bx_console AMEK 200 allows you to mix and master your music with the transparency, precision, and detail of mastering-grade analog hardware from the 80s.

Gain the clarity of the AMEK EQ 200 and Mastering Compressor
The EQ section of the bx_console AMEK 200 integrates a five-band version of the AMEK EQ 200, recreating the unique sound of the most legendary parametric equalizers from the 70s and 80s. This plugin also includes the compression circuit from Brainworx’s AMEK Mastering Compressor, responding in a natural logarithmic way to audio, just like the human ear. These audio processors are well known for their unwavering clarity.

Simplify your mixing and mastering workflow
Say “goodbye” to the hassle of toggling between multiple plugins. The bx_console AMEK 200 is designed to handle a wide range of mixing and mastering tasks, all while consuming less CPU power than using individual instances of its included tools. This frees up your computer’s resources, allowing you to focus on the creative aspects of your project.

Add realistic analog variation to your mixes
The bx_console AMEK 200 features Tolerance Modeling Technology (TMT), which precisely mimics the component tolerances found in real analog hardware. This technology captures the subtle variations and nuances that make analog gear so appealing. As a result, each track processed with the bx_console AMEK 200 will exhibit unique characteristics, exactly like the individual channels of an analog console.

Gate and expander from the bx_console AMEK 9099
Sound of the AMEK Mastering Compressor
Five-band fully-parametric EQ based on the AMEK EQ 200
Four optional shelving filters
Limiter module with VCA clipper
High-pass and low-pass Filter module
Multiple Filter and EQ module routing options
72 TMT channels (TMT—Brainworx‘s patent-registered “Tolerance Modeling Technology” [US Patent No. 10,725,727])
Mono Maker knob to sum low-end to mono
Stereo Width knob to narrow and widen your stereo image
Input, output, and gain reduction meters
Input gain, phase inversion, mute, pan, and output gain controls

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  Member 3.11.2022 45 166
Very thanks R2R and DECi.
  Member 14.02.2023 57
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  Member 21.02.2015 279
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  Resident 18.12.2015 259
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but despite there being very few rules here.. one of them is not requesting software here!.
  Member 20.12.2015 327
Miles Thanks R2R You are the boss
  Resident 3.01.2016 2 859
Is this mastering processor better than the Relab Maselec Mastering EQ plugin?
  Resident 24.03.2013 547
This EQ is based on the Sontec & GML EQ vs Maselec for Relab. So who knows what is better EQ this is obviously a console that has components of other software its not really an emulation & i don't think it does anything new from, the separate plugins other than how its put together in one plugin.
  Resident 20.06.2014 4 495
Just wait video from Dan Worral, where he will show it has no difference to Reapers EQ, except fancy GUI
  Member 24.08.2023 16
Thanks! Anyone know where to get the presets?
  Member 19.03.2014 387
rescan in studio one
  Member 24.08.2023 16
Didn't work unfortunately
  Member 19.03.2014 387
Try looking in programdata, my documents or common files
  Member 24.08.2023 16
I tried all the usual locations but nothing....then I discovered the VST3 presets folder in Documents that hardly any plugin installs to! All presets now imported. Thanks.
  Resident 20.06.2021 295
Just delete

C:\Users\***\AppData\Roaming\PreSonus\Studio One 6\DataStore.db

And restart Studio One. It will update, refresh and find all VST3 Presets.
  Member 2.07.2022 3 142
thank you

can some one share song from keygen? xDD
  Member 28.01.2021 17
You can extract the EXE to get the keygen song w/ 7zip. I do it all the time for them R2R bangers. It's funny because I thought they stopped adding songs to the keygens for a while.
  Member 2.07.2022 3 142
there is another exe file inside keygen and it cant be opened. no sound files
  Member 18.10.2016 18
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  Resident 7.01.2016 3 505
Promises a lot and I expect a lot... but actually my fav channel strip from bx is the 9000J...
  Resident 4.08.2017 4 316
PSA: This release contains a new version of Wrapper Core and a new keygen.
  Resident 14.09.2023 62
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  Member 17.04.2015 1 362
the same sound of all they striops (with little variation here and there)
The sound is correct
do not like they saturation
like ++++++++++1 they low resources (cubase 13 win 11 and old pc)

thanks a lto to r2r and decibelle
  Member 19.07.2016 1 10
I agree, only the Neve console stands out
  Member 31.05.2020 1 275
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Keith Don't Go!
  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2660
Despite being the cleanest channel strip (clipping doesnt count) among PA CS line, when all modules turned on :

10x more CPU usage than brainworx Console SSL E, G, Console N
5x more CPU usage than brainworx Focusrite, SSL J, AMEK 9099, Lindell 80
3x more CPU usage than Lindell 50
2.5x more CPU usage than Lindell 69
2x more CPU usage than Lindell Channel X

- no preamp, THD knob will only functioning if EQ module is activated. Only 1 line of 3rd order (odd) harmonic same as AMEK EQ200.
- most of the "color" comes from VCA clip, same as Diode clipping on Bx Clipper. Headroom knob only work with VCA clip turned on, doesnt affect every other module. Think of it as gain compensated "clipping ceiling".
- so you have to clip all channels in your mix to get the most console color out of it. okay
- EQ, well it's a parametric EQ. wide range, versatile enough for all the mixing needs, sounds good too, also kinda overkill to EQ your Hihat with a GML8200 but whatever.
- compressor does its job, confusing but not that hard to use bcos it's a simplified version.
- Gate, epic as expected, taken from AMEK 9099 channel strip.
- compressor & limiter also produce distortion, another 3rd order harmonics, stack that up with EQ, VCA clip, overall character can be summarized as a little "edgy" and bright. I think it will do well at DnB, Techno all the hard hitting aggressive electronic music.

it's an imaginary GML console!
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Resident 27.05.2022 37 590
The first thing I wondered about was the CPU consumption, their AMEK 200 is one of my fav EQ's but it ain't light on CPU, can't imagine running it on every channel. Well you answered that question, thanks
  Resident 29.11.2020 29 2660
someone pointed it out earlier on the PA channel strip Poll thread on AS. It's the first thing I checked on it too.
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Resident 18.12.2015 259
You gotta remember though, this is 1.0.0 and invariably when later updates come out, CPU usage is usually optimized..
  Resident 2.03.2019 5 321
Seems almost everything on here anymore is a v1.00. I very rarely ever touch v1.00's of anything because invariably something is fucked up about it that will require dev patches in the very near quick which I cannot be bothered about. call me when it gets to 1.1x or 1.2x...

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