AudioEase releases Cabinet the ultimate final stage for guitar tone

The effects in Cabinet are convolution based and rely upon actual samples made of the speaker cabinets shown, a spring reverb and a top class recording studio live room. Cabinet and the 33 cabinets in its mother plug-in Speakerphone provide the ultimate real-world sounding final stage of your guitar tone: the speaker cabinet within a good studio live space.

Plug-in your favourite pre-amped signal from a real hardware amp, or your favourite pre-amp modeling plug-in and use Cabinet to put the real world into your tracks.

Audio Ease knew yhey had something really good to offer, but it’s a bit tucked away: the Speaker Cabinet collection of their plug-in Speakerphone is quite something. But Speakerphone is pricey, and because it is a 6 gigabyte plug-in, there is no demo download either. So how are guitarists going to find out how Speakerphone’s magical combo of a studio recording live room the cabinet, a bunch of microphones and a spring reverb can sound ?

Well, ‘Cabinet’ (Mac Windows RTAS AU Mas Vst) is just for that. It shows of 5 of their favorite cabs from Speakerphone, a good live room, the best spring reverb and a bunch of mics. All real samples, convolution based, in Audio ease’s award winning quality. Cabinet is not the ultimate shredder pre-amp, but it most definitely is the ultimate final stage for your guitar tone (and it will breathe the real world into your synths as well).

This plug-in contains the three features guitarists like best in Speakerphone:

  • five guitar amp speaker cabinets
  • a top class recording studio live room
  • a classic spring reverb

All of this is based on convolution, using impulse responses at a quality that has won Audio Ease many awards in the past. Cabinet is a small download, and it is fully functional for 30 days as a demo. While Cabinet is clearly aimed at guitarists, you’ll should test it on synths as well. You can purchase Cabinet at €49 EUR, in the Audio Ease shop.



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