Mixbus 2.3 (Mac OS X) | 123MB
Mixbus™ is a full-featured Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) with "True Analog Mixing"™: a combination of Harrison's world-renowned sound and features in an affordable, knob-per-function interface. Mixbus provides professional-level features to import or record an unlimited number of audio tracks to your computer, edit them, and mix them together. You can use Mixbus to record your band, mix a record, make a podcast, or edit the audio for your video.
* Straightforward “knob per function” mixer layout based on Harrison's renowned 32-series and MR-series music consoles.
* DSP sounds based on Harrison's world-renowned analog and digital mixing console experience.
* Precision algorithms for EQ, Filter, Compression, Analog Tape Saturation, and Summing.
* Unlimited stereo or mono input channels, each with unlimited plugins, sends, and hardware inserts. (limited only by CPU speed)
* Phase, Input trim, High-pass Filter, Sweepable 3-band EQ, Compression, and 8 Mix Bus sends on every track.
* 8 Stereo Mix Buses featuring Tone controls, Compression, Sidechaining, and Analog Tape Saturation.
* Stereo Master Bus that features Tone controls, Analog Tape Saturation, K-meter, Stereo Correlation Meter, and Limiter.
* Automatic plugin delay compensation to support effects such as parallel compression without time misalignment.
* Comprehensive "at-a-glance" metering with peak, peak hold, and compressor gain reduction visible on every track and bus.
* Extensive DAW features via the Ardour Digital Audio Workstation, refined by Harrison engineers to be smooth and stable.
- Intel or PPC (G4/G5), 64bit or 32 bit
- 2+ cores/processors required
- 10.4.11 or newer, including 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
- 2 GB or more RAM is highly recommended.
- A 3-button mouse with scrollwheel is highly recommended.
- A full-size keyboard with number pad is highly recommended.
- 100 MB available hard disk space (for program installation only).
- Any CoreAudio-supported interface with duplex (audio in and out) operation. User can create an OSX "aggregate" device to tie multiple devices into a single duplex device.Download