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Two notes launch Don Broco DynIR Collection

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Two notes Audio Engineering Don Broco DynIR Collection Torpedo guitar bass cabinet modelling impulse response library

Two notes Audio Engineering have announced the release of a new bundle of DynIR guitar and bass cabinet models created in collaboration with British rock band Don Broco. Designed for use with the company’s range of hardware and software modelling solutions, The Don Broco Collection contains seven different cabinet models captured at Suffolk-based Decoy Studios.

The bundle contains two Marshall 2x12 guitar cabinets fitted with various models of Celestion drivers: a Bluesbreaker with Greenbacks, a 1936 Vintage loaded with G12-65s and lastly, a 1936 Lead with one Neo Creamback and one Neo Copperback. Two versions of the last cabinet are provided, one with the Creamback as the primary driver, and another with the Copperback as the primary.

Moving on to the bass cabinets, the collection offers an EBS LeoLine 1x15 Pro Neodymium, EBS® NeoLine 2×10 Pro Neodymium and an Ampeg 2×10 that employs a pair of custom-designed Eminence ceramic drivers. Two notes say that combining the first two cabinets will offer an authentic recreation of bassist Tom Doyle’s touring and studio backline setup.

Each of the DynIR models offers a choice of eight different microphones, with classic models such as a Royer R-121, Neumann U47 FET and U87, Sennheiser MD 421, AKG C414 B-TL II and more all used during the tracking process to provide users with a range of different tonal options.

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The Don Broco Collection can be used with any of Two notes’ Torpedo hardware solutions, as well as their Torpedo Wall of Sound software plug-in, which is supported on Macs running macOS 10.9 and above, and PCs running Windows 7 and above. VST, VST3, AU and AAX versions of the plug-in are available.

Pricing & Availability

The Don Broco Collection is available now, priced at $55. Single DynIRs from the collection are also available to purchase separately for $10 each.

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