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[NAMM] Two Notes Torpedo PI-101 & PI-FREE

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Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo PI-101 WoS

Two Notes Audio Engineering has announced the launch of two new audio plug-ins: the Torpedo PI-101 and Torpedo PI-FREE.

Torpedo PI-101 is a channel strip plug-in for your guitar amp / preamp. It features three different sections: power amp with 8 different power amp topologies, “Miking” with more than 30 cabs and 8 studio-standard microphones and last but not least, Post FX featuring Low cut filter, 5-band EQ, exciter and compressor.

 

Torpedo PI-FREE is based on the flagship model, the PI-101, but only features 1 model of power amp simulation (EL34 / AB class), 1 speaker cab (based on a Marshall 4×12) and 1 type of microphone (based on a Shure SM57). And you still have the full Post FX section.

 

The Torpedo PI-101 and PI-FREE plug-ins feature the Torpedo algorithm originally found on the VB-101 and VM-202 units, that allows the user to virtually move the microphone in front of the speaker cabinet (as you would in a real recording room) and to simulate the sound of a hard driven speaker.

 

Pricing & Availability

Torpedo PI-101 will cost $199 excl. VAT and will be available early February, 2011. The user will need an iLok USB key to authorize the plug-in.

Torpedo PI-FREE is free to use, is not time limited and does not need an iLok USB key. It will be available to download from January 15th, 2011.

Both products will be available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU and RTAS effect plug-in formats.

Both products will be presented during the NAMM show 2011, booth D2587.

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