JavaScript is disabled. Even at only 1/3 to 1/2 volume it sags quite a bit more than the CAB. Highly realistic speaker simulation is achieved by use of convolution. Our technicians will be more than happy to help you out. You could free up some CPU by letting it take care of the IR’s or even use it to run more than two cabs.

I use Van Weelden Royal Overdrive into CAB and I'm really impressed. Please just either report the post or ignore them altogether. I played a gig recently where I thought I would use the BIAS mini with no backline cabs etc and use the CABM pedal for the cab sim and post EQ etc. The Two Notes C.A.B. Weight: 750 g, TORPEDO “CABINETS IN A BOX” : SPEAKER-CABINET SIMULATOR, STOMPBOX STYLE. AMP/LINE Output: 1/4″ Jack balanced (TRS) – Max level: 10 dBu (AMP) / 16 dBu (LINE) – Impedance : 470 Ohms You must log in or register to reply here. Very cool, as I've also been using a Plexi-style preamp (Kingsley Constable) into the CAB. i don't think it would come down to the base function of "using an IR." Power consumption: approx.

Granted I used the Mesa as a clean/almost edge of breakup platform for the other pedals, and never used the blues or solo settings. Home Forums > Other Discussion Forums > Recording In Progress > Two Notes Torpedo CAB M vs Wall of Sound Plug in Discussion in ' Recording In Progress ' started by AZTeleman , Sep 8, 2020 at 3:13 AM . GTR/LINE Input: 1/4″ Jack balanced (TRS, Tip/Ring/Sleeve) — Max level: 4,7 dBu (GTR) / 10,3 dBu (LINE) — Impedance : 100 KOhms (GTR) / 10 KOhms (LINE)

Not so much adding tube distortion I guess but say f you took a track and had a V30 impulse on it, you could add a single/pair of KT88's and it really was noticeably different. Signal/Noise ratio: > 95 dB What options do I have, UA?

Create a Two notes account and register your device on it if you didn’t already. Only users with topic management privileges can see it. majority of Axe users don't use an external IR loader, which reduces cables and power supplies, as well as more easily synchronizing any IR changes. features 2 user-assignable footswitches. With its clear and intuitive interface, Torpedo Remote will give you access to all parameters on your Torpedo, including loading and saving presets, loading new IRs, and updating the unit’s firmware. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Ever since I got a Helix, my Torpedo CAB has been just sitting around.

I got the Wall Of Sound plug-in from Two Notes and it was really nice because it did in fact allow for tube coloration. How does the Cab M sound through headphones? I just stopped in to say the recent Cab M+ update is excellent. In what way would you like to see the "feel" improved? .... Thread reported and Posts that either quoted inappropriate remarks were removed or edited. The Bassman preamp sounds fantastic and I love the “enhance” feature. Why not run the DD-500 after the CAB M and then go stereo out of the Boss into your audio interface and listen to it in stereo that way? The CAB can also function as the ultimate master volume in the FX Loop of high powered amps as you can crush your virtual tube power amp while using your amp's power for final SPL. We borrowed the concept of Arcade VS Simulation from the world of video games. I've heard some very impressive demos of the Le Clean and if the M+ preamp is in the same ballpark then this is an absolute no brainer for me. Let me preface by saying I think the CAB is freakin' fantastic in so many ways. You can do that with the Torpedo Live and CAB as well. Connect your preamplifier directly to the Torpedo C.A.B. There is literally no reason to update CAB M to CAB M+, even manuals got upgrade.

The only place to share and download your best Two notes cabinets and presets Taking good care of the cabinet selection and miking will dramatically improve the sound of your takes. Ok, played around with enhancer feature.

Use the amp you love! Latency: 1.7 ms (Line Input to Line Output), Mains power adapter: DC Jack 2.1mm, negative center Has anyone compared it to the Strymon Iridium? the forum rules you agreed to follow when you signed up. For a good while I was using AMT preamp pedals and ReCabinet for recording. I know that I'm new to this and I'm sure this is old news to all of you, but I really love the whole virtual cab, miking, adding reverb, and EQ-ing I can do with the CAB-M. My experience is the CAB does a really convincing job at simulating power amp distortion. I cannot believe that my CAB M just continues to sound better and better.

but if the Two-Notes has specific features you like, then you could use it. Is anyone else having an issue with noise?

is the very first stompbox-style Impulse-Response Loader! Find out more about our Award-winning Two notes Torpedo Hardware, Loadbox innovation, and Wall of Sound Software, and Official Two notes Online Store. Was really easy to unlock the signal chain and remove the cabs from the chain a build with the pedal. The output (line level) of the Cab M (not XLR) can be plugged into the Boss DD500 and into what type of interface? Can’t wait to try and run my amp through the Cab M! not matter how I use the CAB M with headphones I am getting a bunch of noise that I don't get when just using my guitar rig without it.

takes place on a pedalboard, after a preamp, among your usual stompboxes. I’m totally in love with this thing. Input voltage: 12V DC We know you love those little effects stompboxes and we definitely want you to use them with our Torpedo C.A.B. Never understood why people hang their guitars on the wall. You love the sound of your amplifier pushed right to the magic sweet spot where the best tones are. I'm going for a Marshall Super Lead type sound, which is not modern, but it does have a solid state rectifier. Everything that makes a real amp rule over all the other alternatives is retained. Many parameters influence the sound of your guitar or bass rig when it comes to recording. Two notes killed it for me with this update, a real game changer for running direct with just the Cab M. I also thought the Two Notes folks were very generous during the COVID stuff to give away free cabs. A lot of this depends on the preamp you're using as well of course? Current consumption: 300mA, Width x depth x height: 178 x 127,8 x 58,3 (mm) All in all, the CAB does a fantastic job of power tube distortion. Sometimes, depending on what equipment is used, the mic pre or power amp could impart some coloration as well. If they did, and it does depress the used price of the older one, then I’d buy the non M if the hardware hasn’t changed to save cost over buying a new one. Folks, please don’t quote posts that violate TGP Rules. I've only had the Torpedo CAB and WoS plugin, but I always much preferred Fractal cabs. Internal processing at 32 bits This shows how important the preamp is in getting good sound with CAB. Gone is the backache from the loadout, complaints from neighbours, venue staff or even bandmates and the frustration of not being able to sound at one’s best trying to reduce the volume. Two notes started from that technology and brought it much further, to accurately reproduce the characteristics of the whole miking chain (speaker, microphone, preamplifier, studio room acoustic). I have the real thing, so I know exactly what it sounds and feels like. Select a type of amplifier and its characteristics, a tube model, and make your preamp sing as it deserves ! Bandwidth (-1dB): 12Hz – 19 kHz You can pick any speaker cabinets from the Two notes Store, preview them on your own tracks in real time, and choose to buy the ones you prefer. 3.6W

This is similar to the way things are done in the studio, where modulations are often applied to guitar and bass tracks after recording. NoScript). The best results are achieved by placing it before the time-based and modulation effects (chorus, delay, reverb…), which then become brigther and clearer. Gotta say, it sounded fantastic. The Torpedo C.A.B. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Until now, the only available option was blasting your sound through a 4×12″ to properly excite a microphone. Don’t try to convince the opinions of those that resort to violating TGP rules to change. That's why I am asking whether there is hw upgrade happened. I ran the amp's speaker out to the RockCrusher and the line out to the CAB-M. Wow, I'm so impressed with how good they sounded.

JavaScript is disabled. The best amp and cab simulators are pretty much sonically indistinguishable from the real thing, but most attempts to replicate the unique interaction between guitarist, guitar, amp and speaker that defines the physical experience of playing have been less successful. Could the Two Notes Reload be the last word in studio guitar amplification? This position also allows to take advantage of the possible stereo of these effects. Man, the Torpedo cab M just got really, really interesting with the new clean preamp. Two notes Audio Engineering © 2019 - All rights reserved. Looks like your connection to Positive Grid Community Forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect. Enter Torpedo, the simplest and most realistic way to get your sound to your audience. This topic has been deleted. i don't think it would come down to the base function of "using an IR."

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