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Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Torpedo Live

Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox/ Speaker SimulatorTwo Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox/ Speaker Simulator
The Torpedo Live Digital Loadbox/Speaker Simulator is a combination of an analog REACTIVE 100W RMS loadbox and a powerful 32-bit DSP. The Torpedo Live was directly inspired by the critically acclaimed Torpedo VB-101, the first-ever digital loadbox to have hit the market.Your onboard cab collectionCarry up to 32 Two Notes cabs to choose from their ever growing cab collection (currently more than 45 cabs are available) in a single rack space unit.Mic arsenalEight carefully selected microphones ready to capture your best guitar riffs. Whether you need a classic dynamic, a sweet ribbon or a high fidelity condenser mic, you have them all inside the box!Mike like a ProWant more focus? Get closer to the cone. Two Notes’ exclusive proprietary cabinet and microphone measurement technology accurately emulates the sound and process of miking a guitar or bass cabinet in a professional recording studio.Onboard Power Amp SimulationFor those playing with guitar preamps, Two Notes Audio included all the fantastic sounding tube power amp emulations originally developed for the Torpedo VM-202. Keep your setup simple and light! And more versatile thanks to MIDI control.Want more? Use your own IR’s!Load up to 512 IR’s inside the unit (3rd party or your own files).The Ã?«Quick PreviewÃ?» feature of the Torpedo Remote software (Mac/PC) allows you to browse your library on your computer while playing with the Torpedo LIVE.Torpedo technologyMany parameters influence the sound of your guitar or bass rig when it comes to recording. Taking good care of the cabinet selection and miking will dramatically improve the sound of your takes. The Torpedo simulation reproduces the tiniest variations of a cabinet behavior such as frequency response and distortion (*). Move the microphone in the virtual studio rooInput impedance: 8 ohms fixedMax input power: 100W RMSControlled ventilation and thermal security: amp and musician are perfectly safePower inputSpeaker outputUnbalanced line inputBalanced line outputFront panel stereo headphone outputS/PDIF output (48/96 kHz)MIDI InputUSB24 bits / 96 kHz AD/DA convertorsS/N ratio : 100dB32 bits float internal processingLatency = 3 ms
Amplifiers & Effects, Effects, Multi Effects Pedals, Desktop & Rack Guitar Effects Two Notes Audio Engineering H93682 Torpedo Live
Two Notes Audio Engineering, Desktop & Rack Guitar Effects

Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Torpedo Reload

Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Reload Advanced AttenuatorTwo Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo Reload Advanced Attenuator
If you are serious about recorded guitar tone, you need to look at the Torpedo Reload by Two Notes Engineering. It is a brilliantly designed amalgam of four critical components of your recording signal path.Two Notes culture is steeped in their reputation as a premier manufacturer of cabinemt simulators. The engineers at Two Notes have bridged a technological gap with the Torpedo Reload that marries this core competency with a power attenuator, a multi-impedance loadbox, a DI and re-amping box, and have done it perfectly.The Two Notes philosophy stands in one word, transparency. The tone must come from your guitar, your amp and cabinet – not from the electronics that between parts of your regular setup.Attenuators are usually known for the negative impact they have on your tone in cases of heavy attenuation. On the contrary, the Reactive-Active technology presents your amplifier with a consistent speaker’s impedance no matter what level of attenuation you’re at, and thus preserves the specific character of your amplifier. With a choice of 4, 8, or 16 Ohms, your amplifier (up to 150W RMS) will actually see real speaker impedance, and your tone will remain constant throughout the continuous attenuation curve.The result of years of research, the Re-act technology (Reactive-Active Attenuator) will tame your amplifier without ever betraying it. From 0dB attenuation to total silencing, you can nonetheless choose between absolute transparency to more vintage or modern tone coloring with the Contour.HI-Z DI BoxPlug your guitar into the DI Input and send that signal to your recorder. At that stage what you want is clarity and Two Notes preserves your guitar’s tone, as you will certainly want to re-inject it into your amp through the Replay.ReplayOne of the most interesting options in studios nowadays: play the guitar one day, and mike the amp (or many different amps)
Amplifiers & Effects, Amplifiers, Guitar Amplifiers, Guitar Power Attenuators Two Notes Audio Engineering J11533 Torpedo Reload
Two Notes Audio Engineering, Guitar Power Attenuators