Los Angeles, CA (February 8, 2012) – Two Notes Audio Engineering has announced the upcoming release of Torpedo C.A.B., a new stomp-box providing cabinet simulation to any guitar rig

Los Angeles, CA (February 8, 2012) – Two Notes Audio Engineering has announced the upcoming release of Torpedo C.A.B., a new stomp-box providing cabinet simulation to any guitar rig based on a pedalboard.

Torpedo C.A.B. has all the great features of Torpedo Live in a pedal format with an input stage specifically designed to work with guitar and line levels. Guitarists creating their sounds from stomp-boxes won't ever need to carry an amp on stage anymore : Torpedo C.A.B. will provide power amp simulation as well as cabinet + microphone simulation, powered by Two Notes' exclusive Torpedo technology. This technology accurately emulates the sound and process of miking a guitar or bass cabinet in a professional recording studio, including free microphone placement into the virtual recording room thanks to the Torpedo IR synthesis.

Torpedo C.A.B. will be loaded with 32 Two Notes' measured cabs, each featuring 8 studiostandard microphones. 512 user impulse responses slots will be available, that can be filled with 3rd party IR files or with your own IR measurement files (free Torpedo Capture software available on Two Notes' website).

Torpedo C.A.B. will be available in April 2012

For more information:
two-notes.com

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