Softube has updated their Amp Room pro audio guitar and bass platform with five IR Producer Packs from producers, engineers, and guitarists Tue Madsen, Vilma Colling, Kristian Kohle, Monte Pittman, and David Gnozzi. Amp Room also features two new pedals inspired by rare and classic hardware: Bass Octave and Integrated Preamplifier. Softube says that, with LoadIR's Automatic Phase Align feature, imported IRs, Softube factory IRs, and Softube cabinets always sound in phase with each other.
NEW IR Producer Packs:
- modern metal tones from producer Kristian "Kohle" Kohlmannslehner's Bogren Digital collection "Rainbows & Chainsaws",
- classic and modern metal tones from producer/mixer Tue Madsen's upcoming Bogren Digital IR pack,
- vintage and classic combo sounds from Vilma Colling, in-house engineer for studio Riksmixningsverket,
- huge-sounding classic and metal tones from engineer/producer David Gnozzi of MixbusTV,
- and massive rock tones from guitarist Monte Pittman (Madonna, Ministry).
Black Friday offer:
This Amp Room update comes right in time for Softube's Black Friday sale, where shoppers can buy Amp Room for just $43 (or even lower with the promo code). That's in addition to special Black Friday offers on British Class A, Model 84 Polyphonic Synthesizer, Tape Echoes, and Vocoder. Or users can get all five plug-ins in Softube's Black Friday Bundle for as little as $149 with code BLACKWEEKEXTRA.
Pricing and Availability:
This Amp Room update is available to current Amp Room owners at no charge.
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