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Overloud has released Mark Studio 2, the new version of its Markbass amplifier simulation plugin.

Key Features

  • 6 Markbass amp models: TA501,R500Classic 300TTE500Little Mark Tube and MoMark
  • 9 Markbass cabinets: STD 151HR (rear-ported 1×15"), STD 152HR (rear-ported 2×15“), STD 104HR (rear-ported 1×15”), STD 104HF (front-ported 4×10"), STD 106HF (front-ported 6×10"), Classic 108 (sealed 8×10"), Traveler 121H(front-ported 1×12"), New York 804 (front-ported 4x") and New York 122 (front-ported 2×12").
  • Pedalboard including: octaveenvelope filter, bass chorusdistortion and compressor
  • Choice of 6 microphones, plus a preset combination of 2 front microphones.
  • Signal path designed to make it easy to balance the Direct (plugin) input, Line Out (amp direct Out) and Mic Output levels.
  • More than one microphone can be used simultaneously: main (woofer), tweeter and, where applicable, rear bass reflex (port).
  • Ultra Bass frequency control.
  • MIDI support.
  • Parameters can be automated in the plugin version.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Mark Studio 2 is available as a standalone application and as a plugin in VST, RTAS, AAX and AU format for Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and Windows XP or higher. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are natively available.

 

Introductory Pricing:

  • Full version: €107 (€129) / $137 ($169).
  • Upgrade from Mark Studio 1: €57 (€69) / $77 ($99).
  • Crossgrade from TH2: €77 (€99) / $97 ($139).

 

It is currently shipping and available for download from the Overloud website: www.overloud.com/markstudio

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