T-Racks 3 Updated

K Multimedia Announces 3.0.1 software update and online tutorial videos      11/12/08
T-Racks 3 Updated


IK Multimedia has announced the T-RackS 3.0.1 Mastering/Mixing software update, with a series of new T-RackS 3 educational videos available online.
The update offers a number of significant enhancements:
  • Mastering with ARC: Owners of IK's ARC System will now be able to open ARC System in T-RackS 3 Standalone mode for room correction while mastering. (Note-users must have ARC System update 1.0.3 installed for this functionality, and this download is also available free to all registered users of ARC System in the IK User Area)
  • CPU Usage optimizations: CPU overhead has been reduced, especially in the new modules.
  • Multi-core machines fully supported in OSX: Owners of Multi-core Mac systems will enjoy increased stability with T-RackS 3.0.1.
  • Spectrum analyzer: Bugs have been fixed in the Spectrum Analyzer's averaging mode.
IK Introduces All New T-RackS 3 Mastering/Mixing Educational Videos: In an effort to educate musicians and engineers on the benefits of producing music with T-RackS 3, IK has produced a series of T-RackS 3 tutorial videos. These videos supply information on topics such as: how to get started, set up a chain, guides for metering and also provide in-depth coverage on all the new processing modules. Pricing and Availability:
The T-RackS 3.0.1 update is a free download for all registered users of T-RackS 3 software, available now in the IK User Area.
T-RackS 3 is available from IK's worldwide network of distributors and dealers for Euro379.99/$499.99 for the Deluxe version, and Euro229.99/$299.99 for a reduced price crossgrade version (available to all registered users of any IK product). Also available is T-RackS 3 Standard, which includes the 4 Classic T-RackS processors, for Euro149.99/$199.99 (all prices exclude taxes).
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