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Free CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier from Cakewalk - Software Plug-In for PC/Mac ($49 Value)

blockhead 1,262 1,574 October 15, 2016 at 02:05 PM in Software (6)

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN October 15, 2016 at 09:20 PM
This is a software plug-in that works with Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) and hosts like Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton Live, etc. I believe this is open to everyone, but you will need a Cakewalk account if you don't have one.

Get the CA-2A Leveling Amplifier FREE!

Power to the producer. Cakewalk is excited to announce our very own CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier, for FREE!

A Handcrafted Plug-in of Classic Proportions
The CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier captures the true performance energy of some of the most classic devices used in studios for the past 50 years. This plug-in exemplifies the height of Cakewalk's DSP with modeling technology designed and built by our engineers.

Simple Controls With Powerful Drive
This plugin couldn't be easier to use. Turn up the gain reduction and gain-match your signal, that's it. The CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier's fixed attack and release settings keep you focused on your music with unmatched simplicity.

Legendary Character, Exceptional Control
Character compression is all about creativity. With the CA-2A Leveling Amplifier you can add movement, depth, and control to your tracks with ease. Lift to your vocalist's passages, or drive your bass guitar with the harmonic saturation heard at extreme gain reduction settings.

Our Own Touch of Modern
Cakewalk has added a secondary release type and side-chain capability to the CA-2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier for classic dynamic mixing techniques. Pump your 2-bus or duck your bass with kick, and take control of your mixes with incredible accuracy.



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Never used this one. Anyone have any experience with it? I primarily use reaper as my DAW
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Never used this one. Anyone have any experience with it? I primarily use reaper as my DAW
I'm just getting it myself, but the folks on the SONAR forum seem pretty happy with it.
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