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Software Amp Simulator from Brainworx

Public price: $249 incl. VAT

Plugin Alliance has announced the release of bx_rockrack, a guitar amp plug-in developed by Brainworx.

BX give you a modeled tube-amps. You can select your favorite speaker, choose your amp, tweak the gain and EQ settings, and go.

 

Brainworx bx_rockrack

BX_Rockrack Features:

  • 5 channels modeled to sound like the following amps: Clean Marshall JCM800, Lead Marshall JCM800, Clean ENGL 530, Lead ENGL 530, MesaBoogie Rectoverb
  • Cabinets used: Marshall 1960 TV, MesaBoogie 4×12, Orange 2×12, Diezel 4×12.
  • Original recording chains from The Mix Room (Ben Grosse) and Brainworx Studio (Dirk Ulrich).
  • Microphones: Vintage Neumann CMV-563, Royer 121, Shure SM57.
  • Consoles: NEVE VXS72 (Brainworx Studio), plus TAB V76 mic preamp, SSL 9000K (The Mix Room LA) with Vintage Neve 1073 preamps & EQs.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The bx_rockrack for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/AAX) is available to purchase for the introductory price of $199 USD until July 30, 2012 (regular $249 USD)

 

More information: Plugin Alliance / bx_rockrack

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