The Italian bass amp manufacturer Markbass are introducing a dynamic recording plugin called the Mark Studio 1.
The plugin is based on three Markbass amp heads and six Markbass cabinets, and incorporates six different microphone choices, plus control over compression, mic position, tweeter level, room ambience, and more. The amps featured are the all-tube Classic 300, the tube-preamp R 500, and the solid state (with tube compressor) TA 501. The cabinets modeled in the plugin are the Standard 151HR (rear-ported 1×15"), Standard 152HR (rear-ported 2×15"), Standard 104HR (rear-ported 4×10"), Standard 104HF (front-ported 4×10"), Standard 106HF (front-ported 6×10") and Classic 108 (sealed 8×10").
Users can combine and adjust any combination of heads, cabinets and microphones, and store their settings in one of 64 user presets. They can also browse through 64 factory presets, which have been designed by project engineers as well as Markbass artists. The plugin can be applied to a bass track either during or after recording, and a “standalone” version, which operates on its own without recording software, is also included. Both Mac and PC versions are offered.
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