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News Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo VB-101

Guitar Cabinet Simulator from Two Notes Audio Engineering belonging to the Torpedo series

Public price: $2,099 incl. VAT

The TORPEDO VB-101 is a guitar/bass amp/DI that integrates a loadbox, a digital cab simulation and miking process.

Directly plugged to the power output of a guitar/bass amplifier, the integrated loadbox is designed to replace the speaker cabinet (8 ohms fixed impedance) with an extra advantage: a totally silent miking process, according to the company.

Like in a recording studio, users have a choice of microphones and cabinets for the miking process. Users will have the possibility to capture the sound signature of their cab and microphone and put it into the box.

They work in their “virtual studio” like sound engineers, placing the microphone in front of or beside the speaker cabinet.

With the Torpedo remote software (PC and MAC), users can control their whole set-up from a personal computer. Firmware updates are simply made through USB with the remote.

Availability
The TORPEDO VB-101 is available in Canada and US. The product will be presented at the 2010 Winter NAMM show.

For more information, visit www.two-notes.com.
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