Classic Tubes 3 FAQ

Q: Where can I purchase the Classic Tubes 3 VMS microphone expansion?
A: Classic Tubes 3 can be purchased here:

Q: Is Classic Tubes 3 included in the All Access Pass? 
A: Since Classic Tubes 3 requires the Virtual Microphone System hardware components (microphone & preamp), we cannot include microphone expansions in the All Access Pass. 

Q: I don't own a VMS, can I purchase Classic Tubes 3?
A: No. Classic Tubes 3 requires that you own a VMS system and a "Virtual Microphone System" iLok license. Please view a list of authorized dealers here:

Q: Is Classic Tubes 3 compatible with the ML-1 and ML-2?
A: No. Classic Tubes 3 is only compatible with the ML-1.

Q: How does the licensing for Classic Tubes 3 work? 
A: Classic Tubes 3 is unlocked within the "Classic Tubes" module (in Virtual Mix Rack) when activated to an iLok 2 or 3 dongle.


Q: Which microphone models are included in Classic Tubes 3? 
A: FG-47 mk2, FG-67 mk2, FG-44, FG-37a, FG-49

Q: I'm a VMS owner. Is there a trial license for Classic Tubes 3?
A: Yes, a 15 day trial license can be found here. This license requires that you own a VMS ML-1 license before you can use the Classic Tubes 3 trial. 

Q: Will the VMS mic emulations work on already recorded material (not necessarily recorded with the VMS, but for example with other very neutral sounding microphones)?
A: Yes, but we recommend to only use the microphone emulations with our hardware components to ensure the accuracy of the emulation.

Q: Where can I find more information about each of the microphones? 
A: You can view all the microphones on the website here:
Q: I was told customers who purchased during a promotional period received Classic Tubes 3 for free? When was this promotional period? 
A: Customers who purchased the Virtual Microphone System before March 31st 2017 are eligible to receive Classic Tubes 3 for free. 

If you have additional questions, please submit a request here

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request



Article is closed for comments.