Programmable Tube Guitar Amplifier Plug-In

US Nembrini's MP1 Pro is based on the ADA MP1 Pre amplifier      07/02/23

Nembrini Audio tells us that their latest plugin, the MP1 Pro Programmable Tube Guitar Amplifier, offers the most tonally flexible guitar amplification available since the 80's. This is what they have to say about it in their own words...

Based on the iconic ADA MP1* Pre amplifier, synonymous with the 80's LA guitar tone and players like Eddie Van Halen, the MP1 Pro Programmable Tube Guitar Amplifier is powered by four EL34 virtual tubes. It features a Tri-State Voicing selection that allows users to choose between Distortion Tube, Clean Tube or Solid State virtual circuits.

The plugin's EQ points have been designed to replicate the sound of Fender* and Marshall*, yet the Presence control surpasses the range offered by either. To further extend the possibility of the original hardware and help users customize their tone, Nembrini have also included a Power Amplifier section, six guitar effects, six carefully selected cabinet emulations, four of the best mic emulations with selectable mic positions and a powerful Impulse Loader. The Impulse Loader  allows up to three third party impulse responses to be loaded which can then be blended using volume, pan, phase, solo and mute controls.

*Please note that all marks and models are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Nembrini Audio SRL. These product names, descriptions and images are provided for the sole purpose of identifying the specific products that were studied during Nembrini Audio's sound design process.

Pricing and Availability:

Available at an introductory price for February 2023 of $9.99 (regular price $19.99) for iOS and $29.99 (Regular price $137) for desktop use.

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