One of a kind
Trackspacer is an award-nominated plugin that creates space in a mix by carving the frequencies that the main track needs into another track in real-time.

Trackspacer is no ordinary plugin, it is similar to a sidechain compressor plugin but much more powerful, transparent and precise.

TapeOp said: “TrackSpacer is a ridiculously affordable, easy way to get various elements of your mix to interact in useful and musical ways… Final words: buy it! It works!”

Insert it in a track and see for yourself what Trackspacer can do for you.
Available for VST, VST3, AU and AAX (64 bit only).

 

Secret mixing weapon
The Trackspacer plugin features a 32 band EQ that reacts to the incoming sidechain signal. It analyses the spectrum of the sidechain and applies a reversed EQ curve to another track. As if by magic, Trackspacer creates space for the primary track by cutting the exact frequencies on other tracks.

No more fighting for space for the vocal in a mix, or any other instrument for that matter. If you have a solo that needs the room to breathe then Trackspacer makes the task easy.
Complicated automation moves on your mix are a thing of the past!

 

Simple to use
Like SOS Magazine said about Trackspacer: “sometimes the simplest ideas are the best”.

Trackspacer features a big centred knob that lets you set the amount of reduction applied in a simple and straightforward way, but it also features a set of parameters that let’s you go deep into how the signal is processed.

With the introduction of version 2.0 the Trackspacer plugin got a host of improvements:

Pan: lets you choose exactly where you want to apply the effect. In default stereo mode you can select the left channel, right channel or anything in between.
M/S: in Mid / Side mode you can apply the effect to the mid-channel, the sides or anything in between.
Attack/Release: set how Trackspacer reacts to the incoming signal, making it smoother or punchier like a regular compressor plugin.
Sidechain: lets you listen to the incoming sidechain for easy tweaking of the low-cut and high-cut filters.