Don’t have a great-sounding room? Can’t turn your amp up to get the sounds you want? Want to turn down your speaker without sacrificing your tube amp’s tonality? Maybe this changes everything...
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Reviews: Speaker Simulator
This little box puts the sound of 16 miked cabinets at your feet and, unlike convolution software, can sit between an amp and cab.
Could the Two Notes Reload be the last word in studio guitar amplification?
A combination power soak, DI box, speaker simulator and phase alignment tool, Radial’s Headload has a role in almost any guitar rig.
When it comes to convincing simulation of guitar amps, cabinets, speakers and microphones, a few hardware manufacturers seem to be pushing the boundaries. Will the Torpedo blast the competition out of the water?
Sequis have launched a somewhat simpler and less costly version of their Motherload dummy load/speaker simulator, called the Motherload Elemental.
Using a combination of dummy load and speaker simulator lets you record your favourite valve guitar amp at full tilt without disturbing your neighbours. The trouble is, none of the designs so far have managed to sound close enough to a real speaker. Could this be the one that finally nails it?