IK Multimedia – T-RackS v5.10.3 Complete – NO INSTALL, SymLink Installer (SAL, VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | June 1, 2024

 

Release Year/Date : 7/27/2023
Developer : IK Multimedia
Developer Website : IK Multimedia
Format : SAL, VST, VST3, AAX.
Bit capacity : 64bit
Tablet : present [R2R]
System requirements : Minimal: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or AMD Athlon™ 64 X2, 4 GB of RAM (8 GB suggested), Windows® 7, Windows® 8 or Windows® 10. Requires an ASIO compatible sound card.


Description :  IK Multimedia – T-RackS is a real sound processor that works in real time. Using such a program, you can quickly and efficiently process any music, providing impeccable sound characteristics, which can only be compared with the results obtained on professional Hi-End equipment.

The application contains everything that is necessary for high-quality processing of music files. Limiters, compressors, equalizers are a complete mess of modern sound software modules that are designed specifically for mastering various audio files. All modules of the program qualitatively imitate truly natural sound and are designed specifically for working on the final processing of mixes with absolutely all controls.

This is the best choice for any musician. The high quality of development, as well as the presence of a mass of additional modules, makes the program universal and allows you to simultaneously replace several specialized applications. IK Multimedia – T-RackS allows you to efficiently process any sound, achieving a high level of quality.

Contents T-RackS v5.10.3 :
Black 76 – limiting amplifier is modeled after what is probably the most used, most known and most universally recognized compressor/limiter in the audio industry
Brickwall Limiter – multi-algorithm limiting processor
British Channel – one of the most widely used of hardware in the music history. Countless hit records around the world have been produced on this British mixing console since the 80’s
Bus Compressor – based on the mix bus VCA type compressor of a worldwide known and acknowledged British large format mixing console from the 80’s
Classic Clipper – uses peak clipping to tame unruly peaks, rather than the usual peak limiting, giving you another dynamics control option
Classic Comp – emulates that analog, hi-end vintage gear used in mastering applications
Classic EQ – consists of a high quality six-band parametric EQ, specially designed to achieve high-end performance in a mastering environment
Classic Multiband Limiter – three-band peak limiter can make the mix louder by reducing unwanted peaks
Comprexxor – Swiss Army knife of compressors
CSR Hall – large acoustic hall reverb
CSR Inverse – envelope controlled reverb
CSR Plate – dense metal plate reverb
CSR Room – acoustic room reverb
De Esser – multiband capability is a feature that puts the De-Esser ahead of the competition making it precise and versatile on top of good sounding
Dyna-Mu – emulation of a well-known American tube compressor
EQ-73 – based on one of the most renowned, heavily used, and sought after pieces of hardware in music recording history. Originally part of a large-format British mixing console
EQ-81 – delivers that legendary British warmth and tone with a few twists
EQ-PA – discrete proportional Q 3-nand equalizer and preamp
EQ-PB – discrete proportional Q 4-nand equalizer and preamp
EQ-PG – discrete proportional Q 10-band graphic equalizer and preamp
EQP-1A – module is based on what is universally known as one of the best and most musical program EQs ever made, the Pultec® EQP-1A
EQual – digital equalizer is a 10-band, ultra-clear, high-end parametric equalizer with an extremely transparent sound
Fame Studio Reverb – advanced reverb suite from the historic Muscle Shoals studio
Joe Chiccarelli Vocal Strip – unparalleled vocal processing from the iconic producer and engineer
Leslie – official Leslie® collection
Linear Phase EQ- precision tool that allows for extremely detailed, clean and transparent tonal interventions on your audio material
Master EQ-432 – based on what is considered to be the “golden reference”, the absolute standard in mastering equalizers
Master Match – automatically matches the sound of your songs with up to 3 different source tracks used as a reference
Metering – tools that provide you with immediate and complete visual information about the content of your audio material
Mic Room – microphone-modeling tool that puts a world-class collection of over 20 classic and contemporary microphones at your fingertips
One – “all-in-one” solution for easily crafting final masters or shaping the sound of single tracks as well as mix subgroups
Opto Comp – optical compression has a special sonic character that audiophiles can truly appreciate
Precision Comp -Limiter – based on legendary British compressors found in top-level studios worldwide. Originally produced in the ’70’s ​​as an evolution of the previous 2254 model
Quad Compressor – multiband processing is a very powerful way of achieving control on the full frequency spectrum of a track
Quad Image – combining the concept of M/S (Mid Side) matrix processing of the stereo field with multiband architecture
Quad Limiter – limiter version of Quad Comp, which, according to the limiting principle, has a fixed, infinity-to-1 ratio
Saturator X – perfect analog color and saturation
Space Delay – vintage tape delay/ spring reverb system
Stealth Limiter – ultra-transparent mastering peak limiter
Suite – rack of plugins
Sunset Sound Studio Reverb – advanced reverb suite from the historic Hollywood studio
Tape Echo – faithful recreation of the highly sought after Echoplex EP3 tape delay
Tape Machine 24 – American 24 -channel analog tape machine
Tape Machine 440 – American discrete 2-channel analog tape machine
Tape Machine 80 – European discrete 24-channel analog tape machine
Tape Machine 99 – European 2-channel analog tape machine
TASCAM 388 – magical all-in-one analog studio
TASCAM Porta One – bestselling multi-track tape deck
TEAC A-3340S – versatile quadraphonic tape machine
TEAC A-6100 MKII – original mastering tape machine
The Farm Stone Room – unique reverb processing based on Genesis’ famous drum live room
VC-670- based on the “Holy Grail” of compressor/limiters, the Fairchild™ 670
White 2A – leveling amplifier is based on a legendary vintage unit that is entirely tube-based
White Channel – modern counterpart to our acclaimed British Channel

Features of the distribution :
You can specify not only what type of plugins to install (AAX, VST, VST3), but also select the plugins you need to install!
There is no need to download the entire distribution, but only those plugins that you need to work.
Additional installation of plugins is also possible, and there is no need to download already installed plugins.
When you update the version of plugins or new ones appear, you just need to download these plugins and install them, and the new versions of the plugins
will automatically be installed on top of the old ones!
It is not necessary to transfer the plugin archives to the root folder ‘T-RackS’, they can be downloaded and stored on any other disk,
and the installer, if it does not find the plugin archives in the ‘T-RackS’ folder, will ask you to indicate the path where these archives are located.


Installation :
1. IMPORTANT! If ‘IK Multimedia – T-RackS’ was installed from another distribution, uninstall it!
2. Download the ‘T-RackS’ folder.
3. Move the ‘T-RackS’ folder to the desired drive (for example, where all NO INSTALLs are located).
4. Download the files of the plugins you need (<plugin name>.7z) from the ‘PLUGINS’ folder.
5. You can move all downloaded plugin files to the root of the ‘T-RackS’ folder, or you can place them on any other drive where you have enough space. In this case, the installer will ask you to specify the path for storing the archives.
6. Run the file ‘Existing Folders.cmd’.
7. Open the file ‘Existing Folders.txt’. If directories exist, delete them!
8. Run the ‘SymLink Installer.cmd’ file and install the plugin package.
9. Launch your DAW and check for plugins.
10. If all plugins are visible and working, all ‘.7z’ files can be deleted.

* VST2 format plugins are installed in the ‘C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins’ directory. Make sure your DAW
has the path to this plugin directory!

Additional installation of plugins :
1. Download the files of the plugins you need (<plugin name>.7z) from the ‘PLUGINS’ folder.
2. You can move all downloaded plugin files to the root of the ‘T-RackS’ folder, or you can place them on any other drive where you have enough space. In this case, the installer will ask you to specify the path for storing the archives.
3. Run the ‘SymLink Installer.cmd’ file and install the plugin package.
4. Launch your DAW and check for plugins.
5. If all plugins are visible and working, all ‘.7z’ files can be deleted.

* VST2 format plugins are installed in the ‘C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins’ directory. Make sure your DAW
has the path to this plugin directory!

Registration :
To register, run the file ‘R2R\IK_Multimedia_Keygen.exe’, select ‘IK Multimedia T-RackS CS v5.10’ in the top menu
and click ‘Automatic Registration (Windows). After the message ‘Successfully registered!’ appears click ‘Exit’.


 

7 thoughts on “IK Multimedia – T-RackS v5.10.3 Complete – NO INSTALL, SymLink Installer (SAL, VST, VST3, AAX) [WiN x64]

  1. Jordan

    I keep getting error: Can’t find graphic resources. Please install again T-RackS 5.

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  2. Archlinux

    Por favor, R2R
    Não Localizei a pasta C:\users\currentuser\AppData\Roaming\
    Conforme consta no ‘SymLink Installer.cmd’
    Por gentileza, pode me esclarecer?
    Obrigado
    Archlinux

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  3. Archlinux

    Eu também estou recebendo a mesma MSG, provavelmente por que o plugin não consegue localizar a pasta C:\users\currentuser\AppData\Roaming\IK Multimedia\T-RackS

    Reply
  4. Jordan

    hello again, I was wondering if anyone received the error after installing, Can’t find graphic resources. Please install again T-RackS 5. If someone could please give me some idea on what to do to fix this it would be nice.

    Reply
  5. Buen0

    Admin, is it possible to upload the firmware updates and software editors for the hardware from IK MM. They are giving people a hard time registering second hand equipment such as synths and forcing them to pay money for those updates and editors. Kinda lame…

    Reply

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